Thomas Aquinas College is a private, Roman Catholic college in Santa Pula, California, and Northfield, Massachusetts. There are no majors or minors, electives or specializations. The curriculum is instead a sustained conversation in the form of tutorials, seminars and labs guided by tutors.
Undergraduate enrollment of 462
11:1 student to faculty ratio
Offers one degree—Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
Classes are limited to no more than 3 per day and the average class size is 15.
Students at the California campus are near Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, some of the state’s best beaches and the Los Padres National Forest.
Students in New England are able to kayak and canoe along the Connecticut River, hike in the Northfield Woods or take a day trip to Boston.
All students live on campus.
Mass is offered four times daily at the campus in California and twice daily in New England.
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