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Thomas Aquinas College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

355 students

79% admitted

  • 355 full time
  • N/A part time
  • 163 men full time
  • 192 women full time
  • 171 applied
  • 135 admitted
  • 92 enrolled

355 Undergraduates

$23,600 tuition/year

  • $23,600 in state
  • N/A fees
  • $7,800 room & board
  • $450 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Religious affiliation: Roman Catholic
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Far West Rural area, distant from an urban area
Highest Degree Offered: Bachelor's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Sarah
  • 0
  • I find the curriculum to be very challenging but rewarding. I love the sense of community and camaraderie between students of every year. I love everything this college stands for…

  • Jul-26-2012 Read More
  • Anna from Tehachapi, CA
  • 0
  • thomas aquinas is a beautiful place, full of a love for knowledge and critical thought. it has a variety of fun and enhancing extracurricular activities that range from hiking to…

  • Feb-09-2012 Read More
Mission Statement

Thomas Aquinas College has a single mission: the liberal education of students according to their natural powers of reason illuminated by the light of the Catholic Faith. This mission is the end by which all means are judged – from customs of community life to curricular decisions and faculty appointments, to building design and forms of governance. +++

To accomplish its mission, the College has a single, substantially unvarying program with no majors, minors, or electives. It consists in an integrated and orderly study of the liberal arts and sciences, beginning with the fundamental arts of the trivium and quadrivium, proceeding through the natural and political sciences, and culminating in theology. The College achieves its mission chiefly through reflective consideration of seminal questions raised in classical texts. These texts – often referred to as the “Great Books” – are selected by the faculty under the guidance of the Catholic

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 1
  • ALEXANDRIA from ladera ranch, CA
  • Aug-08-2009 I am a current student here

    My mom is putting in me in a position to be at this school. My freshmen year was fun, because of the friends I made and being away from home. I would not attribute it to the atmosphere at Thomas Aquinas. They create an academic bubble of seclusion, quite literally.

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