Student Life

Residential Life

The Residential Life program at Aquinas College offers students a chance to develop an enriched, balanced way of living, ponder the great questions of life, develop one’s potential in becoming the person God intended, serve others, and live life to the fullest. By living in community, students will have ample opportunity to enrich their faith through daily conversations, social activities, prayer, service, and, of course, their studies. The relationships formed enrich a student’s life because it is through our relationships with others—our friendships—that one comes to know God better and experience His love. Our hope is that students will recognize the value of the presence of another individual, the beauty and importance of leisure, and the gift of self in serving others.

In the Fall of 2012, Aquinas College welcomed its first residential students to Seton Lodge adjacent to campus. The hotel-like facility’s double-rooms each include two beds, two desks, two dressers, and a full bathroom, quite unlike many other student housing options. Seton Lodge also has the advantage of being on the campus of St. Thomas Hospital, allowing students the benefit of 24/7 security and access to the hospital’s cafeteria, wellness center, medical library, and chapel.

For more information about Residential Life, please contact Marisa Quinn, Director of Residential Life, at (615) 297-7545 x631 or at quinnm@aquinascollege.edu.

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Housing Application and Documents

The priority deadline for the Residential Life Application is April 1.

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