- About Thomas Aquinas College
- About the New England Branch Campus
- High-Res Photographs of the New England Branch Campus
- Initial press release and announcement of team members
- Fact Sheet (PDF) and College Guide Rankings (PDF)
- For for more information, please e-mail Anne Forsyth, Director of College Relations, or call her at 805-525-4417.
Founded in 1971, Thomas Aquinas Colege is a four-year, co-educational institution that has developed a solid reputation for academic excellence in the United States and abroad, highly ranked by organizations such as The Princeton Review, U. S. News, and Kiplinger. At Thomas Aquinas College all students acquire a broad and fully integrated liberal education. The College offers one, four-year, classical curriculum that spans the major arts and sciences. Instead of reading textbooks, students read the original works of the greatest thinkers in Western civilization — the great books — in all the major disciplines: mathematics, natural science, literature, philosophy, and theology. The academic life of the college is conducted under the light of the Catholic faith and flourishes within a close-knit community, supported by a vibrant spiritual life. Graduates consistently excel in the many world-class institutions at which they pursue graduate and professional degrees in fields such as law, medicine, business, theology, and education. They have distinguished themselves serving as lawyers, doctors, business owners, priests, military service men and women, educators, journalists, and college presidents.
On Tuesday, February 7, 2017, Thomas Aquinas College and the National Christian Foundation announced that they had entered into a preliminary agreement, under which the NCF will give to the College the campus of a former secondary school in Northfield, Massachusetts. Thomas Aquinas College will assume ownership of the property on May 2, 2017, and open its doors to students in the fall of 2018. Prior to May 2, the College will complete its assessment of the physical plant at the new site and continue its efforts to obtain necessary permitting. Read the press release.
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