Between earning her education major, a community leadership minor, and being a member of the AQ Cross Country team, Megan Skinner stays busy. But that hasn't stopped her from taking advantage of the many opportunities that Aquinas offers its students. “I really like the friendly, community aspect.”
Alumnus Josh Cochran '00 always had an interest in history. Coming to Aquinas only encouraged his enthusiasm. The interesting courses and the supportive faculty at AQ lead Cochran to major in history and political science. “It’s a good intellectual setting to prepare for the life of the mind.”
An education major at AQ, alumna Joellyn Cicciarelli's ’87 career path lead her from teaching to working in publishing. “My Aquinas education directly influenced my ability to build products for learning that deepen children’s relationships with Jesus and inspire children to become "people for others.’"
Aquinas’ Alksnis Athletics & Recreation Building has recently been awarded LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The certification designates the world’s greenest, energy-efficient and high-performing buildings.