See also Universidad Santo Tomás de Aquino
|Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo|
|Motto||Neo Mundi Decanatus (Latin)|
|Motto in English||Dean of the New World|
|Established||October 28, 1538|
|Rector||Mateo Aquino Febrillet|
|Location||Barahona, Bonao, Duvergé, Hato Mayor, Higuey, La Vega, La Romana, Mao, Nagua, Neiba, Puerto Plata, San Francisco de Macorís, San Juan de la Maguana, Santiago, San Pedro de Macoris, Santiago Rodríguez, Santo Domingo (flagship)|
|Colors||Blue and White|
The Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD) (Autonomous University of Santo Domingo) is the public university system in the Dominican Republic with its flagship campus in the Ciudad Universitaria of Santo Domingo and with regional campuses in many cities of the Republic. It was reopened and renamed in 1914, replacing the former Universidad Santo Tomás de Aquino, the first university of the Western Hemisphere (Americas), which was founded unofficially by a Papal bull in 1538, officially by royal decree in 1558, and closed in 1832.
In structure, the school followed the model of the University of Alcalá de Henares. The university organized its offerings into four schools: Medicine, Law, Theology, and the Arts. Today, the University has expanded to eight schools: Humanities, the Arts, Law and Political Science, Health Sciences, Economics and Social Sciences, Science, Engineering and Architecture, and Agricultural Sciences.
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