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"Thomas More College provides students with the chance to make great personal connections. It really is like a family." -Patrick Joseph Fitch, Parent of a Thomas More Student

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Thomas More College Mission Statement

Thomas More College is the Catholic College of the Diocese of Covington, Kentucky. The College welcomes students of all faiths and beliefs. Our primary mission is to develop and sustain challenging undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs of study, marked by superior teaching and scholarship within the Catholic intellectual tradition. Inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church, and by our patron, Saint Thomas More, we challenge students to examine the ultimate meaning of life, their place in the world, and their responsibility to others. Our programs of study emphasize liberal arts within a context of ethical concern and social responsibility. These programs of study are complemented by co-curricular services and programs intended to enhance lifelong learning, foster personal growth, and develop leadership qualities.

Spiritual Life of the College

Thomas More College celebrates its strong Catholic heritage in all aspects of a student's development. Students will study and live in a community that encourages them to consider their values and beliefs. Students also take courses in religion and ethics that help them explore what it means to live and work unselfishly with integrity and honor. Through mass and prayer services, retreats, fair trade sales, pilgrimages and mission trips, Thomas More students have the opportunity to serve others and grow in faith. If you check our Campus Ministry webpage, you will see that we recognize the importance of prayer and the reality of individual differences in prayer.