The University of St. Thomas offers Catholic Studies majors and minors the opportunity to study at the Angelicum, the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, for one or two semesters. The Angelicum is located in the heart of Rome, overlooking the Forum and the Coliseum.

Financial aid (grants, loans and scholarships) normally available to eligible students while on campus can be applied to the program costs. Additional assistance may be available to students who do not normally receive financial aid.

Requirements:

  • Catholic Studies major or minor
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Good disciplinary standing
  • Minimum sophomore standing
  • Completed formal application form

In addition to an introductory Italian course, Catholic Studies students will find courses applicable to the major- or minor-field programs. Successful completion of courses for the semester will yield a minimum of 16 credits.

If you are interested in applying for the program in Rome or have other questions, please call Kathy Fell in the Center for Catholic Studies, (651) 962-5700, and leave your name, social security number, phone and mail numbers. You will be contacted regarding the application procedures.

To begin the application process for fall 2000, spring 2001 or for the full year, the center asks interested students to call before Nov. 15.