College Senior 2012-11-25T19:54:03Z
The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts is School that teaches the student how to learn and become a better human being. The Academics are strict forcing the student (at any level really) to raise thier standards and meet the constant requirements.
College Senior 2012-09-19T19:38:12Z
The application process is typical. There are a series of essay questions, transcript submission, and letters of recommendation. The students at my college are clearly geared toward a focus on academics and a lot of reading, especially in classical texts. Applications that show a seriousness for learning will have a better chance for success.
College Senior 2012-09-19T19:33:07Z
Down the road either way there is a Dunkin' Doughnuts. There is also an Italian restaurant and a pizza restaurant nearby.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-08T01:38:45Z
Overall it is difficult to attend this school and stay satisfied. There is not much allowance for independence or individual thought. Much of the day is structured and you must stick to it. The campus is teeny tiny and only about 100 students total in attendance, so you get to know everyone a little too well and they can become annoying, like having a second, weird family.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-08T01:36:17Z
Not Available – If you need transportation bring your own vehicle or be prepared to borrow a vehicle from someone else or pay a taxi.
Recent Alumnus 2010-08-08T01:30:14Z
Very Personal – The school is in a transition mode and all future students will graduate with a liberal arts degree and there will be no majors. All students eat meals together, the professors often bring their families to school and you get to know them on a very personal level - become friends, even. The curriculum is based on the great books program: basically you read all first source material, no snippets of anything. Most of the material is concerned with philosophy and learned in a very broad way.
The school is Roman Catholic affiliated and is very much influenced by this affiliation - one class is taught by a priest and mass is offered everyday along with vespers each evening.
Workload is pretty heavy - mainly reading and writing assignments. Not much math or science makes its way into the class. The sophomore year every student studies for one semester in Rome, Italy.
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