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“When I finished my management information systems degree at Thomas More, I knew that I had the skills to compete in today’s job market. Challenging coursework, hands-on projects, close faculty relationships, and the personal mentorship I received from faculty and staff allowed me to excel beyond my potential and receive rewarding career opportunities upon graduating. Thomas More University is ranked No. 1 in ROI for Kentucky colleges. I know that I personally benefited from their commitment to educational excellence.” -Hrusto Selimovic ’19

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“I consider Thomas More University my first home away from home. As an international student, I was a beneficiary of institutional scholarships provided by the Office of Institutional Advancement. The gifts from well-wishers and benefactors of the school were instrumental in my success as I had enough time to focus on my studies and worry less about tuition. Being able to give back to the school however small the gift may be, gives me joy that it is going to make a meaningful contribution to another students’ education. That’s the drive behind my gift as a young alumnus.” -Chris Odongo ’19

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“This organization needs to be here for our Catholic community, for our NKY community, and for all the kids that could get as unique of an experience as my children did from a small, local institution. We get to see firsthand the impact of our gift. We are not part of the several events each year that celebrate the school and everything that happens there.” -Amy ’94 & Dave Darpel

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“The intimacy of Thomas More has helped me to expand my horizons and become a well-rounded person. Thomas More has enriched my college experience with countless opportunities. The faculty and staff have already helped me find multiple career opportunities. I was even given the chance to write for the Northern Kentucky Tribune covering high school football in the area. The Student Government Association and Black Student Union have helped me become a leader in ways I had not imagined, and I was honored to receive the Champions of Character Award from the NAIA for showing integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and student leadership. With two more years of school, I am excited to find even more ways to love being a Thomas More Saint.” -Jakob Jones ’22