Aquinas College is a traditional 4-year private Catholic liberal arts institution located just two miles from downtown Grand Rapids on a 117-acre parcel of wooded property.
An inclusive educational community rooted in the Catholic and Dominican tradition, Aquinas College provides a liberal arts education with a global perspective. The college emphasizes career preparation focused on leadership and service to others, and fosters a commitment to lifelong learning dedicated to the pursuit of truth and the common good.
Aquinas offers more than 60 majors and 18 degrees. Eighty-percent of our students are traditional-age undergraduate students, 10% are undergraduates over 25 years of age, and another 10% are graduate students completing one of our three Master’s degree programs.
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Aquinas College offers 61 academic majors including Business, Teacher Education and Psychology.
The AQ Saints compete in NAIA Division III, WHAC Conference and 48% of students participate in Sports Activities and Intermurals.
Students participate in more than 40 clubs and orgs on campus.
Residing on 117 wooded acres, the Aquinas College campus blends early twentieth-century architecture with modern-day structures. The campus is home to over 107 species of trees and shrubs, winding woodland paths and inviting creeks and ponds.