Rating: Green

Thomas Aquinas College

Thomas Aquinas College

Introduction: Baptizing Socrates

In 1971, in response to the shock-secularization of Catholic colleges in America, a small group of scholars in California envisaged an education built on the Great Books of the Western world, viewed through the lens of the greatest thinker in Catholic history, St. Thomas Aquinas. They named the college for him and built a remarkably successful school.

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School Criteria

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Region
West
State
California
Religious affiliation
Roman Catholic
Total enrollment
< 999
SAT CR/Verbal Midrange
> 550
SAT Math Midrange
> 550
ACT Midrange
> 23
Applicants
< 999
Applicants accepted
80% – 100%
Tuition (general/out of state)
$18,000 – $24,999
Room and board
$6,500 – $7,999
Student-faculty ratio
< 13:1
Campus Politics
Green
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