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What is Continuing Education?

Continuing Education is Aquinas' undergraduate program for post-traditional students approximately 23 years and over to start or finish a bachelor's degree, to earn an additional bachelor's degree or to take classes for personal or professional enrichment.

Continuing Education programs at Aquinas are designed and intended for persons beyond conventional college age who are established in their adult lives and careers and whose education has been interrupted. Accordingly, a person is eligible for admission to our Continuing Education program if any one of the following categories matches him or her. 

  • Students whose education has been interrupted (an interruption of two or more years in higher education, or four or more years since high school graduation), or who have been continuously employed on a fulltime basis for two or more years and who qualify as a self-supporting student as defined by financial aid regulations. 
  • All veterans of the Armed Forces or persons who hold a bachelor’s degree or professional diploma.
  • Students must meet the normal eligibility requirements for any on campus instruction.

Programs offered specifically in the evening format.