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At St. Thomas Aquinas College, we are committed to helping our students “create their own path to success and commit themselves to making a profound difference in the world.” Through the generosity of our hope-builders and dream makers, we continue our vocation of developing service-minded, well-rounded global leaders of tomorrow who will work to shape a humane
The Christian J. Santo Legacy Foundation was created to honor the life and legacy of former St. Thomas Aquinas graduate Christian Jon Santo (‘15). An outstanding athlete, Christian was recruited from high school to play at St. Thomas Aquinas on a full athletic scholarship where he ended up winning an NCAA award for being the
Christopher Taussi died in a tragic accident on October 11, 2021 at the young age of 25. Christopher was the beloved son of St. Thomas Aquinas College employee Lee Taussi and her husband Michael, brother of Michael A., Nicholas and Samantha and friend to all. He lived his life to the fullest and provided love and joy
St. Thomas Aquinas College’s Experiential Learning Opportunity Fund (ELOF) has been established to assist current students on their experiential learning endeavors — from internship opportunities to co-ops. The College was proud to announce Hospitality Management student, Benjamin Sanchez as the first recipient of its Experiential Learning Opportunity Fund! Benjamin secured a Co-Op at Teeling Bros.
A Faculty Scholarship Fund has been established to support students who clearly represent all that embodies our sense of purpose; to create a fund where faculty members can donate in honor of loved ones; and to design a selection process along with Admissions over which faculty would have control. The fund was initiated by Dr.
It is with great sadness that we share the heartbreaking news that Bob Ambrose, age 61, STAC Maintenance Assistant and Aramark Custodial Supervisor, passed away on July 20. Bob — known to many as “Uncle Bob” — had been a member of the STAC Community for 24 years. Uncle Bob was a selfless and caring
Dear Friends, We are blessed to celebrate our 25th Wedding Anniversary this year. In 1998, we were married at Resurrection Church in Brooklyn, followed by a special evening at the Milleridge Inn on Long Island, and a wonderful honeymoon in Australia. A year later, our daughter Kristen (now 24) was born … and then came
President Daly established the Kenneth D. Daly Scholarship in memory of his mother, Margaret E. Daly, who passed away on September 4, 2019, after a wonderful life of giving and caring. This Scholarship created in her honor will give students the “gift of education” so that her legacy of giving will live on. The Scholarship
St. Thomas Aquinas College Family, My Dad, Michael P. Daly, 88, passed away on April 7, 2022, and joined my Mother, Margaret E. Daly, in Heaven. Our family wanted to honor his life in a very special way. So, we launched a scholarship in Dad’s memory —after previously naming a scholarship in memory of my
Madlyn, at the age of 85, passed away peacefully on January 31, 2023 surrounded by her loved ones and survived by her devoted husband, Frank J. Borelli, of 62 years and her 2 children, Frank and Rick, their wives Melissa and Suja and her six grandchildren Amanda, Riana, Danielle, Trina, Luke and Francesca. Madlyn was
The St. Thomas Aquinas College family is truly thrilled and honored to share that, through the generosity of her colleagues, friends and family, a scholarship in honor of Sister Peggy Scarano, O.P. ’70, has been established. Sr. Peggy is a proud member of the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill, founders of St. Thomas Aquinas College, and
Be a part of their success story. Donors are an integral part of the St. Thomas Aquinas College family, and we are grateful to all who help us reach our campus-wide goal of “access to an affordable education” for all students. Your commitment to St. Thomas Aquinas College, its future, and legacy remains as important
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