About Aquinas

Map & Directions

Aquinas College is located on The Dominican Campus, in the southwest area of Nashville, Tennessee at 4210 Harding Pike. It is easily accessible from all major interstate highways. Use this gadget for turn-by-turn directions or use the descriptive directions below.

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From I-440

Take the West End Avenue exit (exit #1A) going west. Stay on West End Avenue, which turns into Harding Pike. The Dominican Campus is approximately one mile from the exit, just past Cherokee Avenue, across from Vine Street. Turn right into the campus.

From I-40

Take the White Bridge Road exit south, continue south on White Bridge Road to the Harding Pike intersection. Turn left onto Harding Pike. The Dominican Campus is approximately 1/2 mile down Harding Pike, just past St. Thomas Hospital. Turn left onto campus at the traffic light at the Harding Pike/Vine Street intersection.

Detailed Campus Maps

Once you have entered the main campus gates, drive straight up the short hill. As you are nearing the top of the hill, bear left past the large white house. Take a left at the first opportunity. You will find a row of parking spaces for guests immediately on your left. The front desk for Aquinas College is in the Main Building. See the below map for details.

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"I would tell prospective students to make sure they visit for a day. Just so they can see the atmosphere and experience what a day would be like if they attended Aquinas."

- Therese Y.
Aquinas Student

"I wanted to attend a small Catholic College where I could pursue nursing as my major. I wanted to be at a college with friendly people and where everyone knows everybody and the students are not just seen as a number but are seen as individual and unique people."

- Mary W.
Nursing Student

"Going into the medical field, I especially wanted a school that valued the dignity of human life."

- Maria
Student

"It is a beautiful up and coming campus… a peaceful quiet place where I could picture myself studying or where I could picture myself playing sports with other students."

- Mary W.
Aquinas Student

"The staff is wonderful. The grounds are beautiful. The curriculum is great. You will definitely make friends for lifetime."

- Maria
Student

"The faculty at Aquinas College makes sure they challenge students and make us work for the grades we receive, but at the same time they know we may struggle and they make the students very aware that they want us to succeed and that they are here at the College to help us along the way."

- Mary W.
Aquinas Student

"I was attracted to Aquinas because it taught the Catholic Faith and had a good nursing program."

- Mary F.
Aquinas Student

"I wanted a strong Catholic college with a great Business program. I found them both at Aquinas."

- Scott
Business Student

"I love all my professors. They care about their students and challenge them. Their faith is number one in their lives and that’s what matters the most to me."

- Lauren
Student

"The academics here at Aquinas College will require lots of hard work and time, but there is so much academic support, and lots of people who love to just get together and study."

- Mary W.
Aquinas Student

"It has been a place where I have been able to get involved, meet fun people, and be challenged academically."

- Mary W.
Aquinas Student

"It’s important to me to have good role models and to have teachers who believe that I can succeed and challenge me in my studies as well as my faith."

- Lauren
Student

"I chose Aquinas because of the strong Catholic identity and the fact that it valued the Dominican tradition and, at the same time, it was located in the south in the city of Nashville."

- Mary W.
Aquinas Student

"The faculty is so nice and enthusiastic! They are always willing to help."

- Abbey
Student

"Nashville definitely played a role in picking Aquinas."

- Mary W.
Aquinas Student