Skip to comments.CINO Schools Lose Foothold
Posted on 06/14/2011 7:50:31 AM PDT by Academiadotorg
One Catholic college made the U. S. News & World Report lists of most popular among applicants and most loved by alumni and it is none of the ones the media like to coverthose institutions that could be called Catholic in Name Only (CINO).
For several years, Thomas Aquinas College has ranked near the top of U. S. News & World Reports annual measure of yieldthe percentage of applicants who, upon being admitted to a college, choose to enroll there, TAC proudly announced in its Spring 2011 newsletter. Although heartening, these findings have told only half of the story.
Additionally, the College has also earned a Top 10 ranking for alumni satisfaction, the TAC newsletter reports. Thomas Aquinas is the only Catholic college to make this top tier in both categories.
Graduating senior John Haggard gave the TAC board of governors some idea of why this is the case in its February 11, 2011 meeting: We have Mass four times a day and confession on demand.
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