Aquinas College

[Massachusetts] Aquinas College was a college in Milton, Massachusetts and Newton, Massachusetts. It was closed in 2000. Its Newton campus was then used by The Rashi School. The school will soon be vacant again as the Rashi School is moving to nearby Dedham, Massachusetts. The Newton school system is looking to use it as a filler school tho...
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Aquinas College

[University of Adelaide] Aquinas College is a Catholic Residential College for tertiary students to live at whilst studying at one of South Australia`s three major tertiary institutions, the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, and the University of South Australia. ==History== Founded in 1950 by the Catholic Bishops of Adelaide and...
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Aquinas College

[Tennessee] Vice Presidents Daniel K. Donnelly, Vice President for Administration and Dean of Business; Andrew Shafer, Vice President for Advancement; Sister Mary, O.P., Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost; Sister Mary Cecilia, O.P. Vice President for Student Life, O.P. |city = Nashville |state = Tennessee |country = United States |...
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Aquinas College

[Michigan] Aquinas College is a small Catholic college that aims to provide a liberal arts education located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Aquinas was ranked among the `Best Regional Universities - Midwest` by U.S. News and World Report (2012). Mission Statement: Aquinas College, an inclusive educational community rooted in the Catholic Domini...
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