Miami is one of the country’s most exciting and habitable cities, with a pleasant climate, cosmopolitan flair, diverse arts and cultural events, lively neighborhoods, and gorgeous beaches. Miami has a number of cultural centers to enjoy including the Jorge M. Perez Art Museum of Miami-Dade County, Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County and the New World Center. Miami is also home to premier art shows including the Coconut Grove Arts Festival and Art Basel. Professional sports teams including the Miami Heat, Dolphins, Panthers and Marlins further inspire the University’s sports administration program. Money Magazine ranks Miami as one of the best places to live, based on the city’s astounding cultural and professional opportunities, low state taxes, high quality of life, and average number of sunny days (300 annually). Miami is a thriving, growing community, the sixth largest municipal economic region in the US with over 2.7 million residents in Miami-Dade County, and a major academic and intellectual hub with over 270,000 students attending its higher education institutions. Miami is one of the most international cities in the country and is recognized for international trade, banking and law as the gateway to the Americas. The region not only offers numerous opportunities for St. Thomas University’s students to learn, grow, and serve, there is additional untapped potential for a stronger partnership and collaboration between the university and the community.
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