At St. Thomas Aquinas College we partner with high school guidance counselors, teachers, and advisors to provide you with resources as your students go through the college search process.
We would like to invite you to our Virtual Guidance Information Session on Friday, November 13th at 10:00 AM.
Our new President, Ken Daly will share what we are doing to keep our students on track towards their future. We will also share our initiatives on affordability and accessibility for all students. Please join us by completing the Fall 2020 Guidance Counselor Information Session form, which includes event details and registration information.
We hope to see you there!
SPEND TIME ON OUR CAMPUS (WITH YOUR STUDENTS)
Our doors are always open to high school counselors and teachers and we encourage you to bring your students along. We design our programs to provide you and your students with an enjoyable and informative experience on campus.
If you're interested in setting up a campus visit, please contact Samantha Bazile, Admissions Director, at 845-398-4104 or [email protected].
We'll Come To You
In addition to attending college fairs and meeting with students during guidance visits, members of our team are available to present on a variety of topics at your schools. We are available for admissions and financial aid nights and can tailor presentations to meet the needs of your students and their families. Our Deans and Faculty can present specific programs of interest to your students. Student Life professionals can discuss career development and life at college with your students. Whatever the topic, we have experienced professionals who can share valuable knowledge with your community.
Complete our form to make your presentation request and one of our Admissions Team members will be back in touch shortly.
Help Your Students Get a Head Start on Earning College Credit
Our High School Program enables students to take college-level courses in their own high schools and earn credit that can apply to a degree at St. Thomas Aquinas College (and other institutions). These courses are taught by qualified instructors from your own high schools and take place during the regular school day. The courses provide students with a head start as they start their college careers, while also preparing them for advanced coursework. Learn more about the program by visiting our High School Programs page.