Aquinas College (Michigan)
Aquinas College was established in 1886 as the Novitiate Normal School by five choir nuns who first arrived in Traverse City, Michigan in the year 1877 with the mission of teaching in Catholic parish schools. Despite difficulties, name changes, and campus transfers, it finally becomes a four-year college called Aquinas College.
Today, Aquinas College sits on 107 acres of wooded land that houses over a hundred species of trees and shrubs. It enrolls nearly 2,000 graduate and undergraduate students who represent 26 states in the United States and 8 countries. Aquinas College offers 11 bachelor's degree programs in areas of arts, general education, music, accountancy, science, business administration, athletic training, and nursing as well as 5 master's degree programs in areas of education, management, and counseling.
- Minimum GPA 2.50
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 79
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
- Minimum ACT 21