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Aquinas College

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Read the Nashville Scene: Federal Law Suit filedNot so bright
Read the Nashville Scene: Federal Law Suit filed agaisnt Aquinas College, and more, in March of 2011, in Nashville Tennessee. Must Read article in the "Nashville Scene" before you consider this college.

Breaking the Habit: by Brantley Hargrove

A former nursing student at Nashville's private, predominantly female Aquinas College says a handful of school instructors and administrators belonging to the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia waged an academic war against him. He claims they dragged him through unfounded disciplinary hearings,? Google: Nashville Scene to read the article and post a comment.

1st Year Female -- Class 2015
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Total scam.Not so brightNursing
Total scam. You'll hate your life and the experience. Don't attend this college. Its 65K/yr, and the instructors are abusive and hateful. Students have been kicked out for no reason, sometimes just for asking questions and filing complaints agaisnt employees for assault, discrimination, retaliation, and racism. Don't go here...They are evil people.
1st Year Female -- Class 2014
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This is a Godless institution.Not so bright
This is a Godless institution. I've read all your reviews and let me assure you guys I can empathize with all of you. But, don't worry Aquinas College is an evil, abusive institution and they are about to get sued. They've been sued before, by the way, and they lost.

This college is a all-female dominated coalition of bullies. They hate men, and only admit 10% into each semester so they can receive Federal Funding. But, The college's acceptance of the Federal Funding makes them accountable to Federal Law. Federal Law prevails people. Remember this. Any Federally Funded institution is subject to the strict letter of Federal law, and ever Tennesse state law.

FYI: One of the Federal Laws = Title IX
I have spoken to a representative from the State Board of Nursing too. The fact is, the board doesn't know anything about the law. In fact, they're as dumb as Aquinas. Well, no, not quite that dumb...dumb runs deep at Aquinas. FACT: Aquinas has absolutely no legal right to throw sudents out, flunk them out without basis, make false allegations about students, deprive students of due process, deprive student of advocates in hearings, threaten students, sanction students without basis,assualt students, drug test students repeatedly based on hearsey, discriminate against males, or retaliate against students when complaints are filed agaisnt employees; but, they do all of this because they are so ignorant and deluded they honestly believe they are above the law because they are Catholic.

The college is about to be exposed. Watch for it. The Media about the illegal innerworkings at Aquinas College at 4210 Harding Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37205 will be everywhere, very soon. It's pay-back time.

Aquinas College is currently being sued as a party to fraud, in fact. Mr. Carell, or CareAll, is being sued for fraud, and Aquinas College is named in the complaint.

Carell himself has made news by making several multimillion-dollar donations in recent years to such institutions as Currey Ingram Academy, Father Ryan High School and Aquinas College.

2nd Year Female -- Class 2010
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