Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is the admissions deadline?
    We have rolling admissions. Classes begin for the fall semester in late August and the first week of January for spring semester.
  2. Is an interview required for admission?
    No. However, an interview is recommended. Please contact Admissions to set up a time to meet and visit the Aquinas College campus.
  3. How many students attend Aquinas?
    Fall 2020 semester, total enrollment totaled 50. 
  4. What academic programs are offered at Aquinas?
  1. What is the average class size?
    Our average class size is 5 students. Additionally, our low student-to-faculty ratio (5:1) ensures students receive the attention they need to achieve a thorough understanding of course subject matter.
  2. Are computers readily available?
    Yes, computers are accessible to Aquinas students on campus in the Library, the Computer Lab, and the Teacher Resource Room.
  3. Are faculty available outside of the classroom?
    Our faculty understands that learning can occur anywhere and at any time. All full-time faculty have posted office hours and eagerly assist any student outside the classroom.
  4. What is the cost of attendance?
    2021-2022 tuition is $13,200 per semester for full-time students. For part-time tuition and other fees, see Tuition and Fees.
  5. What is there for me to do on campus?
    Aquinas students enjoy an active campus life with spiritual, social, cultural, and recreational opportunities available. See Student Life.
  6. Is financial aid available?
    Yes, Aquinas awards monies through need-based scholarships. See Financial Aid.
  7. When should I fill out the Aquinas College Financial Aid Application?
    As soon as possible after you are admitted to Aquinas College.
  8. What is the ACT code for Aquinas College?
    Aquinas ACT code is 3942.
  9. What is the SAT code for Aquinas College?
    Aquinas SAT code is 7318.
  10. Can I transfer credits from another institution?
    Click here for more information on transferring credits.
  11. Is Aquinas College a safe environment?
    The Student Right to Know Act and Campus Security Act was formally renamed The Jeanne Clery Act in 1998. The Clery Act has been subsequently revised, the latest revision being 2008. Aquinas College is committed to complying with all aspects of the Clery Act by annually publishing and making available all crime statistics and related information on crime. The annual Clery Report is published as the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and is also included at the end of the student handbook. A printed copy of the report is also available to students, parents, faculty and staff in the Campus Security Office. The Clery Act requires colleges and universities to report on seven basic categories of crime as follows:
  • Criminal Homicide – Murder, negligent and non-negligent manslaughter
  • Sex offenses – forcible and non-forcible
  • Robbery
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Burglary
  • Arson
  • Motor Vehicle Theft

Additionally, the Clery Act requires colleges and universities to report on arrests and/or disciplinary referrals for liquor violations, drug law violations and illegal weapons possession, and to give accounting of Hate Crimes as reported on campus.

  1. How do I authorize Aquinas College to release records to my parents and other third parties?
    Please use the Consent to Release Education Records (FERPA Release Form).