Thomas More University Ranks Among Top 10 Small Southern Colleges

Thomas More University in Crestview Hills, Kentucky has been recognized by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ)/College Pulse as one of the top 10 small colleges in the South. This recognition highlights the university’s commitment to academic excellence, student success, and diversity among its student and faculty population. The university’s new core curriculum, known as the Second Century Core, focuses on interdisciplinary learning and provides students with greater flexibility on their path to graduation.

One notable example of Thomas More’s impact on student success is the story of Michael Stephens, who began college at the age of 16 and is now an instructor in dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital. Stephens credits Thomas More faculty for shaping his entire life’s trajectory and fostering meaningful relationships with students. Another graduate, Haley Jackson, found her career direction in environmental science after a service-learning opportunity during her junior year. She now works at Share Our Strength, a non-profit organization that addresses hunger issues, reflecting the real-world impact of the university’s liberal arts education.

The full list of the top colleges in the South can be found on the WSJ/College Pulse website. Thomas More University, founded in 1921, is recognized for its commitment to transformative education rooted in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition. With over 2,000 students, the university is considered the premier Catholic university in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region. For more information, visit the university’s website.

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