St. Thomas Aquinas Program
The St. Thomas Aquinas Program was developed to service undergraduate students who have academic profiles that fall below traditional admissions standards, but still exhibit a high potential for success at the collegiate level.
Students accepted into the St. Thomas Aquinas Program receive extensive support and guidance during their first year of college. A strong emphasis is placed on providing students with the skills and information needed for successful completion of an undergraduate degree. Program participants are linked with fellow students, faculty members and the various clubs and organizations housed at Molloy in order to promote academic prosperity during their years at Molloy College.
St. Thomas Aquinas Program students will have access to individualized academic advisement services and weekly workshops on topics including study skills, time management, test anxiety and stress relief. These workshops are designed to equip students with the skills and information they will need to accomplish their educational and vocational goals.
For more information about the St. Thomas Aquinas Program contact:
- Academic Support Services Molloy Academic Support Services assist students in academic skills development, writing skills improvement, accommodations for disabilities or special needs and attainment of degrees for the economically disadvantaged.
- Disability Support Services Disability Support Services