Aquinas College recently released a 2030 vision, creating a rough outline for the college’s mission and plans for the future.
During Aquinas College Student Senate meetings this year, housing was a regular topic. The conversation has left the Student Senate floor. On April 8 at The Moose, the Campus Engagement Committee of Senate hosted a housing forum. Its purpose was to bring students and administrators together to exchange perspectives and information.
The Board of Trustees recently approved a 4 percent increase in tuition rates and a 2.9 percent increase in the cost of room and board. This increase follows the trend of public and private schools across the country, in keeping with rising inflation and the rising cost of running any well-maintained, technologically up-to-date institution.