A Catholic Education Rooted in the Dominican Tradition

Aquinas College’s academic programs are rooted in the Dominican Tradition, a Catholic spiritual and intellectual tradition entering its eighth century. By the inclusion of philosophy and theology in each course of study, the academic programs facilitate the “dialogue between faith and reason” (Ex Corde Ecclesiae, 17).

Thus, Aquinas College prepares students for their professional lives through studies in the School of Education by upholding the universal Catholic principles of the good, the true, and the beautiful.

The Schools at Aquinas College


School of Education

The various undergraduate and graduate programs of study in the School of Education stress the importance of teaching as both a gift and a mission.

Academic Support Services

student in library The Library
Aquinas College Library interprets its dynamic role in the campus community as being the principal provider of academic materials and instructional support services that will further an environment of learning permeated by faith.
student and professor The Writing Center
The Writing Center seeks to strengthen the writing of students in all academic areas through individual tutoring, draft editing, and student success seminars. There is no charge for these services.
students studying Student Learning Services
Student Learning Services (SLS) exists to foster learning and help students achieve their academic potential by providing the programs, services, technology, and learning resources students need to become successful independent learners. SLS provides tutorial assistance and various student success seminars at no charge to students.