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Aquinas College prepares to celebrate 60th anniversary

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Aquinas College, which first opened its doors on the Dominican Campus in Nashville in the fall of 1961, is preparing to celebrate its 60th anniversary in 2021. The college is reaching out to friends and alumni in an effort to gather memories from the history of Aquinas to share during the anniversary year.

“We look forward to this opportunity to celebrate the good work that God has done in and through Aquinas College in the past six decades,” said Aquinas President Sister Cecilia Anne Wanner, O.P.

“Aquinas College has a rich history. For 60 years, Aquinas has maintained the same central focus: a desire to serve the Church through the formation of individuals who are prepared to be witnesses to truth and charity,” Sister Cecilia Anne said. “We want to reflect on this history and give thanks to God. Friends and alumni of Aquinas College are invited to contribute to this anniversary year by sharing their memories of Aquinas.”

As part of the anniversary celebration, Aquinas is asking alumni and friends to submit updated contact information and share memories and photos either by emailing alumni@aquinascollege.edu or by visiting www.aquinascollege.edu/alumni.

Planning is underway for anniversary year events, and more information will be available as these events are solidified.

Aquinas College is a private, Catholic, four-year liberal arts college founded in 1961, owned and operated by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia Congregation in Nashville. Offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in education and the arts and sciences, Aquinas College seeks to form educators who are “sent forth to teach, preach, and witness to Truth and Charity for the salvation of souls and the transformation of culture.”

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