CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. (Jan. 17, 2020) — Thomas More University’s President Joseph L. Chillo, LP.D., the University’s fifteenth president, and members of University administration will travel across the country for a series of welcome receptions to gather with alumni and friends of the University.
“We are very excited to announce that President Chillo and our team are traveling to Indianapolis on February 6 to kick off the Thomas More is Coming to You Tour,” said Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement Bailey Bundy. “With this being President Chillo’s first year in office, what better way to welcome him into the community than with a series of receptions across the country?”
The Thomas More is Coming to You Tour will visit the following locations:
- Indianapolis, Indiana – Thursday, Feb. 6
- Jacksonville, Florida – Friday, Feb. 21
- Tampa, Florida – Saturday, Feb. 22
- Fort Myers, Florida – Monday, Feb. 24
- Orlando, Florida – Tuesday, Feb. 25
- Dayton, Ohio – Tuesday, March 10
- Columbus, Ohio – Thursday, March 12
- Louisville, Kentucky – Wednesday, March 18
- Lexington, Kentucky – Thursday, March 19
- Scottsdale, Arizona – Wednesday, April 15
- Washington, D.C. – Thursday, April 23
Each event will offer an opportunity for guests to interact with President Chillo as he shares his vision for the future of Thomas More. During the receptions, guests will also hear more about recent success and changes at Thomas More, learn about joining the President’s Society, and receive insider news regarding the state of the University.
“We currently have more than 14,000 alumni across all 50 states. This tour will offer a special experience for our alumni, friends, and families to build and strengthen their relationships with Thomas More in the convenience of their own cities. It is our hope that the tour will foster community and build pride and momentum as we anticipate our centennial celebrations next year.”
All events are free of change and will include complimentary food and beverages.
Thomas More University provides students with something much more than job training. Graduates are prepared for any career. But they leave prepared for much more. They are exposed to the very best thought, literature, art, and music. They learn to harness the power of human reason to solve problems and discover truth. Most importantly, they have the chance to begin to become the person they were created to be. This is the power of the liberal arts in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition at Thomas More University. Our students come here looking for more. And that’s exactly what we offer. Here our students take that opportunity and…Make It More. Learn more at thomasmore.edu.
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