St. Thomas More College is a liberal arts college located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. Here are some facts about the college:
- St. Thomas More College was founded in 1936 by the Basilian Fathers.
- The college is affiliated with the University of Saskatchewan and offers undergraduate degrees in arts, science, and commerce.
- The college is named after St. Thomas More, a 16th-century English lawyer, author, and statesman who was executed for opposing the Protestant Reformation.
- The college's motto is "Integritas et Sapientia" which translates to "Integrity and Wisdom".
- St. Thomas More College has a strong Catholic identity and offers courses in Catholic Studies, Philosophy, and Ethics.
- The college has a close-knit community with a small student population of around 800 students.
- The college's library is home to over 200,000 volumes and is one of the largest undergraduate libraries in Canada.
- The college is known for its commitment to social justice and sustainability and has a number of programs and initiatives focused on these issues.
- St. Thomas More College is home to the annual G.K. Chesterton Conference, which celebrates the life and work of the famous Catholic author.
- The college has a strong tradition of academic excellence, with many of its graduates going on to successful careers in a wide range of fields.