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Every student is assigned a faculty advisor through the Office of Academic Advisement. This is the Office where students go to declare their academic majors or change programs. It is also one of the offices where students go to ask questions regarding academic policies and procedures.

College Level Examination (CLEP)
The CLEP Program is designed to award college credit to students who have acquired academic knowledge outside the traditional classroom situation.

Students who have been accepted for matriculation in a degree program at St. Thomas Aquinas College may be awarded up to:

  • Thirty CLEP credits towards the Bachelor's degree
  • Fifteen CLEP credits towards the Associate's degree

Academic Services
This office coordinates the academic and support services offered to all undergraduates. These services include Academic Advisement, the Center for Academic Excellence and STAC 101, our first year seminar course for all freshmen. We also provide two academic support programs: Aquinas Success and the Higher Education Opportunity Program

Academic Advisement
Every student is assigned a faculty advisor through the Office of Academic Advisement. This is the Office where students go to declare their academic majors or change programs. It is also one of the offices where students to go ask questions regarding academic policies and procedures.

Center for Academic Excellence
The Center provides all students with the opportunity to become efficient and effective learners. The CAE offers tutoring, study groups, college skills workshops, supervised study halls and computer assisted instruction. The CAE is open Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. during the academic year.

STAC 101: Orientation to St. Thomas Aquinas College is a course that reviews and enhances study skills, career and academic planning and the individual interpersonal competence necessary for college success.

Aquinas Success Program
Students who demonstrate the potential and motivation for success in college yet who do not meet the College's regular admissions standards, may be admitted to the College as participants in the Aquinas Success Program. Students admitted through the Aquinas Success Program are offered additional academic support in order to reach their college graduation goals.

Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)
The HEOP Program is an academic support program supported by the College together with a grant provided by the New York State Education Department. Students attend an intensive five-week summer program to improve their basic academic skills prior to beginning their first year of college. The College provides supplementary academic advising, tutoring and study skills workshops and seminars. The HEOP Program has graduated more than 80% of its students.

 

 

 

 
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St. Thomas Aquinas College
125 Route 340
Sparkill, NY 10976
845.398.4100

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