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ACCESS

Completion of an ACCESS (Aquinas College Cares about Every Student’s Success) Day is required for all new students. Here is what you can expect at an ACCESS day:

ACCESS Registration

ACCESS Day Registration

Only admitted students are allowed to RSVP for an ACCESS day. If you have not been officially admitted to the College, please contact Admissions at (615) 297-7545 x460 before completing this form.
  • Please choose your intended entrance term:
  • ACCESS is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you have questions regarding ACCESS day, please call the Office of Admissions at 615.297.7545 x 606.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Required Forms

The following forms should be submitted at check-in on ACCESS Day. Any questions about these forms can be directed to the Registrar’s Office at registrar@aquinascollege.edu or (615) 297-7545 x 430.

Student Handbook

Make sure you read through the student handbook before your ACCESS day. You will be asked to sign a statement that you have read and understand the policies and provisions listed in the Handbook.

Temporary Parking Pass

Please click on the link below to print off a parking permit valid for your ACCESS day, to be displayed on the dashboard of your car.

Any student with physical limitations or specific questions about ACCESS should contact the Director of Student Affairs at (615) 297-7545 x 436.

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