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The college offers over 60 majors, and has international programs in Italy, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan and Spain. Internships are a part of nearly every Aquinas student experience.
Students may choose from more than 60 clubs and organizations. The annual "Wake Up People" party, polar plunge and open mic night are just a few of the student life traditions on campus
Facilities and Resources
The Sturrus Sports and Fitness Center completed phase1 of a projected $12 million renovation and expansion in October 2010. The Grace Hauenstein Library, completed in August 2006, provides a great venue for students to research and study. A nearly $2 million renovation to the Aquinas Academic Building was completed in May 2008. The newly completed Performing Arts Center provides entertainment for students and the broader community. The college offers traditional residence halls, service learning homes, honors housing, and on-campus apartments. The newest apartment building was completed in August 2008.
Athletics / Sports
Aquinas outstanding athletic program has won eleven of the past fourteen conference all sports trophies. Aquinas fields teams in 18 intercollegiate sports. Intramurals are also very popular among the student body.
Financial Aid / Tuition
Aquinas Spectrum Scholarship Program provides awards for academics, leadership, service and athletics. More than 90% of freshmen receive financial assistance. The average financial aid package exceeds $15,000. The Aquinas Cost Calculator is available to help you determine out of pocket costs for attending Aquinas. Visit http://www.aquinas.edu/undergraduate/cost_calculator.html to get your estimate.
A candidate for admission to Aquinas is considered on the basis of academic preparation, scholarship and character. Admission depends on a number of factors, including high school academic record, and the scores achieved on the ACT or SAT test.
Program title: Aquinas Summer School Program
Web site: www.aquinas.edu/summer
Program description: Throughout the summer Aquinas College offers summer session in both 4 and 8 week formats, covering a variety of coursework.
Other Cool Facts
Aquinas College located in Grand Rapids, the medical, cultural and business center of west Michigan is a Catholic, co-educational, liberal arts college with an overall enrollment that exceeds 2,300 students. Aquinas offers 16-degree programs with over sixty majors. Our location in the second largest city in Michigan affords our students numerous opportunities for internships. Students study overseas in Italy, Costa Rica, Ireland, France, Spain Germany and Japan.
Service Learning is an integral part of the Aquinas experience. Students volunteer in places like Haiti, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Appalachia, and Peru.
Scholarships are available to students who not only excel academically, but who are leaders, volunteers, activists and athletes.