Enrollment: once per semester
Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 1501 Millpond Road
Phone: (800) 538-9784
Thomas University is the school of choice for students in undergraduate and graduate programs to prepare for successful careers and responsible leadership in a rapidly changing and complex world. The University offers associateís, bachelorís, and masterís degrees as well as continuing education and personal interest courses to citizens of the local and extended community. The faculty and staff value studentsí individual strengths, capabilities, and will to succeed, providing the means by which they will achieve personal and professional transformation.
Thomas Universityís programs are founded on the goal of creating life-long learners, equipped to serve as leaders and professionals in communities. The programs focus on sound preparation in the liberal arts and information literacy, as well as professional, discipline-centered knowledge. The University offers a rich variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, minors and certificate programs. Many programs are entirely online or hybrid.
The admissions committee considers applicants based on their official high school record or GED results. Future students should submit:
- a completed application;
- official high school transcript or proof of successful GED completion (copy of certificate);
- SAT and/or ACT scores if applicable (SAT and ACT scores are not required for admissions);
- a non-refundable $35 application fee.
Financial Aid is offered to help students in making higher education a reality for those who would be unable to attend college without it. The majority of Thomas Universityís students receives some form of financial aid. Required financial aid information must be completed and on file each academic year before aid is awarded. Freshmen must be officially accepted to Thomas University before they will be awarded financial aid.