SISTER MARY AGNES GREIFFENDORF, O.P..
Through a rigorous undergraduate curriculum that emphasizes the dignity of the human person, Aquinas College fosters the intellectual, moral, and professional development of students while preparing them for careers in the profession of education. Faculty and students engage in a proactive teaching-advising partnership that enables students to cultivate rich interpersonal relationships in a Christ-centered, family-like environment. Personalized instruction in small classes ensures that each student achieves his or her full academic potential. Founded in 1961 by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation, Aquinas College is located on a scenic 83-acre campus in the heart of Nashville and is the only four-year Catholic liberal arts college in middle and east Tennessee.
Fall 2017 Enrollment: Graduate 28 - Undergraduate 52
Percent of Students Receiving Financial Aid From Any Source: 30%
Tuition and Fees: $22,500
Room and Board: n/a
Levels of Degrees Offered: Bachelor's, Master's
Number of Degrees Awarded Summer 2016 to Spring 2017: 115
Student to Faculty Ratio: 5 to 1