The College: St. Thomas Aquinas is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college founded in 1952.
Location: Located in the Rockland County community of Sparkill, New York, the College is 15 miles north of the George Washington Bridge and 20 miles south of West Point. The campus is easily accessible from all points in Rockland County, Bergen County, New Jersey, and the entire New York City metro area.
Enrollment: The College has a total enrollment of about 2,700 students in all programs on and off campus at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 18 to 1.
Degree Programs: The College offers over 97 majors, minors, and specializations leading to the Bachelor of Arts (BA), the Bachelor of Science (BS), or the Bachelor of Science in Education (BSEd). The College also offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Science in Education (MSEd), the Master of Science in Teaching (MST), and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree.
Academic Facilities: Computer labs, science labs, and a multimedia learning theatre are located in the College’s state-of-the-art science and technology center. Other on-campus facilities include a ceramic arts studio, a graphic design studio, a radio station, and a
Residence Facilities: McNelis Commons, which includes the College’s dining and laundry facilities, provides accommodations for approximately 375. The townhouses in Aquinas Village accommodate about 300 students.
Recreation Facilities: Aquinas Hall Gym and Fitness Center; tennis courts; soccer, softball, lacrosse, ice hockey, golf, cross-country, and baseball facilities near campus. The College is developing its newest land purchase that will include additional athletic facilities.
Clubs & Activities: There are about 40 student clubs and activities on campus and new ones are developed by students each year.
Athletics: The College participates in NCAA DII athletics sponsoring 16 men's and women's teams.
Special Programs: The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program offers financial assistance to select New York state residents with academic potential. The Pathways Program assists select students with specific learning disabilities for an additional annual