Currently or Previously Affiliated Institutions - 12/12/2013
The directory of institutions provides information on institutions accredited by the Commission, those holding candidate for accreditation status, and those that previously held status, but have since closed, merged, or had their status withdrawn. It includes the Statement of Affiliation Status and Organizational Profile for each currently accredited and candidate institution, any Public Disclosure Notices that have been issued, and the most recent action letters from reaffirmations of accreditation occurring after June 2013.
Information provided on the Statement of Affiliation Status reflects the most recent actions of the Commission. The Commission has a multi-level decision process. Any institutional changes that are currently under review are not made public until final action has been taken.
**During the transition to the new Pathways model for reaffirmation of accreditation, some scheduled events are not displayed on this version of the Statement of Affiliation Status. Institutions can refer to the transition maps in the Open and Standard Pathways booklets for the timing of reviews. Institutions that have questions about other scheduled events should contact their HLC staff liaison.**
Aquinas Institute of Theology
23 South Spring Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 256-8800 (Main Phone)
Chief Executive Officer: Rev. David Caron,
Name change notes: Aquinas Institute of Philosophy and Theology (River Forest, IL) and Aquinas Institute of Theology (Dubuque, IA) merged in 1970 to become Aquinas Institute of Theology (Iowa). Name changed to Aquinas Institute &
moved to St. Louis MO in 1981
name changed to Aquinas Institute of Theology in 1987.
HLC Institution ID: 1221
Current Accreditation Status: Inactive-Withdrawn
Candidacy Date(s): 1962
Accreditation Date(s): (1964-2013)
Summary of Commission Review
Accreditation notes: Aquinas Institute of Theology withdrew from affiliation with the Higher Learning Commission effective July 1, 2013.
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