As the new semester begins here in New Hampshire, the Thomas More College sophomores are preparing for their pilgrimage and studies in Rome. This past Friday, just two days after classes began, almost the entire student body had traveled down to our Nation’s Capital for a pilgrimage of their own, the March for Life. Upon their return, they were given a true New England welcome with several inches of snow.
In the coming weeks, the students will take a break from their books and brave the weather to tap from the many maple trees on campus and harvest sap in order to make syrup. Others will stay warm inside with their tea and their studies. The freshmen will be working through Livy, as the juniors present their junior projects and the seniors prepare to write their theses.
Here at the College, we delight in these unique opportunities for festivity, study, and prayer. For those of you interested in learning more about the education here, there are plenty ways you can do so. This February 17th and 18th we are hosting an open house for those who would like to visit. You might also be interested in taking part in our Great Books Summer Program, a two-week experience for just forty dollars in celebration of our 40th anniversary, or perhaps you would like to pick up a book from our Press.
Lastly, but certainly not least, if you are a high school student in search of an environment where true enlargement of mind is prized and virtue revered, you can always contact our admissions team or apply to the College!