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Associate of Arts
Bachelor of Arts
Being a part of the AQ theatre program
My favorite memory is all of the friends I made. Especially those in the faith house community. We always had a lot of fun at our meetings and in generally spending a lot of time together.
I enjoyed getting to know everyone in the music department and I enjoyed performing in Kretschmer Hall.
Being apart for the Latinx Student Association and studying aboard in Spain
My favorite memories include late-night paper writing in my apartment with friends, participating in AQ model UN, and of course, my time in Tully Cross in 2017.
Playing volleyball while earning my teaching degree!
Creating social change with other artists!
Danger in woods. Keep out of trees.
The four months I spent in Germany on a study abroad program! It was so much fun being able to live in another country and experience a different culture!
Going on CAP, studying in Ireland, and living in FAITH House for two years!
Living on campus
Going to Iceland with Professors Gunnoe and Rasmussen.
My favorite memory at AQ is my time working at the Writing Center!
Being able to meet so many amazing people in my academic and social spheres!
Working in the Writing Center, hanging out with the other interns and ADS in the Women's Studies Center, and spending a semester in Ireland with the TC12!
Winning the national championship in Columbus and the memories shared with all my teammates.
Classes with Sister Kane
Being one of the top 10 finalists for the Academy of American Poets Prize for SAMPLER 29, working at the Writing Center, and adventures in Gaslight Village at 2 A.M.
Meeting up with friends in the library and commuter lounge, sharing many laughs. watching the seasons change on our beautiful campus. Getting to know all of the Education professors, love them all.
Creating relationships that will last a lifetime
Being an orientation leader for 4 years.
My favorite memories were made working out with Joi, watching TV shows with Isabel and Jasmine, reading poetry with Brittany M., and living with my best friend Klarie.
Going through the Confirmation process with Father Stan as my sponsor and being chosen to do the May Crowing! Also late nights spent with friends, fours years of Friendsgiving, and swinging on the swings in Wilcox Park!
I met THE BEST people during my time here at Aquinas. I love the family that I was lucky enough to find on this campus :)
Enjoyed walking the campus!
At Aquinas College, I blossomed as a human being.
The obstacles I experienced allowed personal growth & strength.
I found deep truths in our world.
If you can't fly, run. If you can't run, walk. If you can't walk, crawl. By all means, keep moving.
To a higher zone, you are not alone. (((808)))
Meeting the wonderful faculty and students
Late nights working on Halloween costumes, homework parties, bus rides downtown, skating at Rosa Parks Circle, wandering the Eastown street fair, Sampler launches, working in the scene shop, attending campus and club events, swing dancing, studying in London and Ireland, and New Forms Class Exhibits
Choir concerts, club meetings, campus events. Saturday morning cartoon watching parties and 10 pm study parties. Working in the Writing Center and Peer Tutoring. Sewing Halloween costumes, going on spring walks in Eastown, baking crappleberry pie at 1 am. There are too many memories to count.
Being a member of the Cheer team for 4 years and ultimately finding some of my best friends through the program. Also, my time spent living in apartment 301 with some amazing ladies.
Working in the Writing Center, writing for The Saint, and my semester in Ireland!
Being a part of OAR and Homecoming each year!
All of it!
Being the oldest in every class
Being apart of the Women’s Basketball Team and being one of the best rebounders and breaking the single season rebounding record
Bachelor of Arts in General Education
Tully Cross, Ireland
Creating the Early Childhood Club and working with Dr. Nkechy Ezeh.
Completing my ESLPracticum at San Juan Diego!
Bachelor of Music Education
Bachelor of Professional Accountancy
Winning ACHA DIII National Championship in 2017, and the NAIA in 2018.
Service Learning Trips! They epitomize the four pillars of Aquinas College outside the classroom. It has been these service trips that have given me my fondest memories from my time at Aquinas being able to explore New Orleans, LA; Acadia National Park; and the Christian Appalachian Project.
Service learning trips, campus-wide hide-and-seek, 5am IHOP runs, sitting on Meijer Hall with my lawn chair, IMs
Being apart of an LLC with the boys.
Playing basketball in the Round Bowl.
Bachelor of Science
As a member of the Women’s Soccer team, my favorite memory was winning the WHAC championship my senior year.
Traveling and performing at nationals with my team.
Studying abroad with my best friend. I visited so many places in the world and I’m so glad I got to do it with my friend by my side. We had such an amazing semester.
Wege sits with my friends and teammates talking about life, sports, or picking on each other. It was a time when we could take a step back from being student-athletes and relax.
Too many to list but shout out to Au Grat Tim crew (they know themselves)
Making new friends and being part of the first critical thinking badge program
2:00 am Grand Coney.
Winning the 2017 ACHA DIII National Championship, and 2018 NAIA Championship
My favorite memory at Aquinas was being on the co-ed competitive cheer team. Being on the team was the best experience of my college career. I am so grateful for the incredible experience I got to be a college athlete, and continue my passion. I will miss my coaches and my amazing teammates. #C2GFAO
All the events and hanging out with my friends
Winning indoor conference and all the laughs with my friends i’ve made at AQ!
Late nights studying in the Saint Joe's laundry room.
Meeting all of the friends I have made, all of the memories I have with Gigi and Mia, and all the trips to AZ
Meeting so many amazing people
Camping under the stars on a trip to Nevada, Arizona, and Utah with SLE
Being apart of the hockey programs first national championship down in Columbus
Traveling abroad for a semester in Ireland and creating long lasting friendships!
Living in Sis Millie’s
All the late night game nights with my friends!
Being on the bowling team for 4 years and meeting some amazing people that I now consider some of my closest friends!
The encouragement and support of faculty and students, which motivated me to become the first person in my family to complete college!
The four months I spent in Ireland! I learned and changed so much in such a short amount of time.
Having the best roommate all four years!
Working on research with Dr. Joyce Oates!
Meeting all the incredible people that are here. AQ has given me the opportunity to grow as an individual and has given me my best friends (shout out the twins) and I’ll always be grateful for that. Also anytime I was in the 47 basement.
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Winning the Men's Hockey D3 National Championship
Spikeball with the boys
Winning the intramural basketball championship two years in a row.
My favorite memory can’t be described as a single moment. However, playing baseball with some of the best guys I have ever met has changed my life. These four years have been filled with happiness, hard work, and passion.
Aquinas Homecoming '19
Being part of the AQ coed cheer team #C2GFAO.
I have loved every minute while working for the women's hockey team. I loved spending time with the team in the locker room before practices, sitting rinkside to watch the players skate while working on homework, Starbucks trips before games, and bus trips to games.
Building connections for life
Making life-long memories with my friends on service trips (CAP & Acadia), throwing a baseball in the rain, and running with my teammates!
Spending the past 4 years playing hockey with my best friends.
Meeting my best friends and all the memories that have followed that!
My study abroad in Ireland
Every moment is precious
Study Abroad Semester
Being able to watch myself and my friends grow into the people that we are
The power outages.
Meeting all the wonderful people!
Being part of the softball program and being so accepted transferring in my junior year. I’ll forever be grateful for the opportunity to meet some of the most amazing people.
Played baseball with my best teammates!
Living in sister Mildred Hawkins
My favorite memory at Aquinas is the nights that were spent playing hilarious games and having late-night conversations with my best friends. I wouldn't trade these moments for the world.
History Club’s Monty Python, AQ’s Got Talent, and getting to work on projects for AQ Sound.
Bachelor of Science in International Business
Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Business
I’ve had so many amazing experiences thanks to my time at AQ. My peers, teammates, professors, residents, and best friends have made my time at AQ so incredibly memorable. So, to them, and to the opportunities and the memories that AQ has provided to me, I am so grateful.
The late night visits to Spoonlickers.
Bachelor of Science in Translation and Interpretation
Master in Education
Master in the Art of Teaching
Collaborating with other teachers and the opportunity to learn from professional professors. Everyone at Aquinas is very friendly and welcoming!
Collaborating with other teachers and sharing our experiences with each other.
Virtual worklabs during the Covid-19 shutdown.
Master of Arts in Counseling
The friendships and professional relationships I made through the mental health counseling program.
Master of Management
My favorite part was the availability of the facilities and accessibility—the library was my best place.
The friends I made through the MM program was one of the best parts! We studied at coffee shops, worked through tough classes and assignments, and celebrated each victory together!
My favorite AQ memory is of the 2016 'We All Live Here Day' when we spread mulch in the wooded area between the Academic Building and Our Lady Seat of Wisdom. It was hard work, but benefited the entire campus. We were proud.
The new mentors I have found in my professors and the incredible friendships I have formed with my classmates (you know who you are). I will also never forget the Play-Doh exercise in Professor Schuler's class or the incredible Group Dynamics experience with Professor DiVita.