for Theology and Catholic Studies fides quaerens intellectum
The steps to register for one who desires to take the course for college credit is as follows:
1. Student must apply as a undergraduate non-matriculating Aquinas Institute student with
University of Holy Cross. To apply, go to their website and apply.
In the "major" category scroll down and choose "non-matriculating/Aquinas Institute"
2. Once the student has applied and been accepted, he or she should contact the registrar and
will be helped to complete registration for the class (or classes) desired. Students have until
August 15 to register for AI classes.
The steps to register for one who desires to take the course for catechetical credit (or simply "audit" status is as follows:
1. Mail or email your name, mailing address, email address, phone number, and date of birth to
email@example.com or to Aquinas Institute, 103 Railroad Avenue, St. Martinville, LA
70582 and indicate which course(s) you desire to register for. The cost is $200 per course,
check payable to Aquinas Institute and sent to the above address. Audit Student Registration Form
Aquinas Institute (AI) courses are offered either for college credit or for catechetical instructional credit. The college credit comes through the University of Holy Cross in New Orleans. The catechetical instruction credit comes exclusively through AI and can be used only toward a catechist diploma through Aquinas Institute.
Catechetical Institute Credit through Aquinas Institute
AI catechetical students will register directly with Aquinas Institute and the tuition ($200 per course) is paid directly to the Aquinas Institute. If a student wishes the course to count toward a Catechetical Institute Diploma, the student must have at least a 90% attendance (greater than this requires excuse from professor) and must successfully pass a 10 min. oral exam at end of course. If a Catechetical Institute student desires college course credit at a later date, he/she must re-register for the course and pay the full tuition price.