Rooted in Catholic heritage, Aquinas College has a history founded on Dominican Tradition. Owned and administered by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation, the history of the College actually began its remote preparation with the establishment of the Saint Cecilia Congregation in 1860 at the request of Nashville’s second bishop, James Whelan, O.P.
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Aquinas College Library interprets its dynamic role in the campus community as being the principal provider of academic materials and instructional support services that will further an environment of learning permeated by faith.
Our 83-acre campus, recognized by the National Wildlife Federation as a Certified Wildlife Habitat, is a beautiful and vibrant place to socialize and study.
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