The adjustment has been uniquely challenging for the Class of 2025.
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Outgoing CUA president remains committed to fostering intellectual and moral culture on campus. He is stepping down from his post June 30, 2022.
Record-breaking freshmen classes speak to the focus on Catholicity.
The Catholic college established the four-year bachelor of arts major in 2016.
To go or not to go? That is the COVID-times question for Catholic universities with study-abroad programs.
Administration and students alike face many issues this fall, with COVID-19 vaccination pros and cons figuring prominently.
‘I want our students to feel inspired to be outstanding leaders who are dedicated to rebuilding culture because of their intellectual formation and because of their moral and theological formation,’ he says.
Current president Dr. Michael McLean will step down at the end of this school year, following the celebration of the college’s 50th anniversary.
Thomas Aquinas College’s Incoming President Discusses ‘Engaging in a Life of Serious Intellectual Inquiry’
Paul O’Reilly highlights the 50-year educational mission of the Great Books college.