Thomas College welcomes applications for admission at any time throughout the year; however, we do encourage prospective students to submit all necessary forms and documentation several months prior to the intended enrollment date. Applications for admission are reviewed on a rolling basis upon receipt of all application materials. All of the following items constitute a complete application for admission and must be received before an admission decision is rendered:
Please send us a photograph of yourself. This is used for identification and public relations purposes. Your application will be considered with or without the photograph.
Thomas College invites applications from prospective degree candidates without regard to race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, handicap or age.
Students who wish to be notified of acceptance early in their senior year may apply for early action. To be considered for this option, all application materials must be received by the Admissions Office on or before December 15th. Notification of admission through this program will be made on or prior to December 31st. Early admission at Thomas College is a non-binding offer of admission.
Personal interviews are not required but are recommended for all applicants. Interviews and tours of the campus are conducted Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We also offer multiple opportunities to visit us on selected Saturdays throughout the year. For more information on how to schedule a visit to our campus please visit the admissions web page at www.thomas.edu/admiss/ or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-859-1101 (+12078591101) or 800-339-7001.
Students who visit our campus, or attend one of our open house or visitation days, will receive an application fee waiver card to submit with their application for admission in lieu of the $40 application fee.
Thomas College offers a comprehensive program of financial assistance to students with academic promise who have demonstrated financial need. Students seeking financial assistance other than merit scholarships must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and list Thomas College (Title IV code 002052) as an authorized recipient of the student's information. Applicants for admission will automatically be considered for most merit scholarship awards. Some merit scholarships may require additional application procedures. Please visit our web site at www.thomas.edu/fa for more information regarding scholarships or other financial assistance.
We are delighted that you are considering Thomas College to continue your academic career. Your application will assist us in learning more about you. This is your opportunity to describe your achievements, abilities, past experiences and other events that have prepared you for success at our institution. Please submit your completed application and/or related materials:
Office of Admissions
180 West River Road
Waterville ME 04901-5066