High School and first time college students
Thomas University welcomes applications from traditional first time college students as well as from non-traditional students (students who are not recent graduates from high school) with little or no college level coursework (less than 14 hours). Undergraduate coursework and degree programs are designed to prepare students for professional careers. Students learn from faculty who are excellent in their discipline and as teachers who interact with each student and pay attention to individual learning styles in every class. TU faculty are dedicated to student success by offering a high level of academic support services and by providing academic advising that helps students reach personal and professional goals.
Through the Office of Student Life, Thomas University offers students a variety of student life activities to accommodate a range of interests. The Student Life Center is located on TU’s West Campus which is also home to the newly renovated Nighthawk basketball gymnasium, a state-of-the-art student fitness center open to all students, and a cutting-edge sports medicine facility. TU offers men’s and women’s varsity sports as well as junior varsity sports.
Campus Visit Registration
Campus tours are offered Monday through Thursday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Click here to schedule your visit. Upon arrival to campus, park in the lot located on Pinetree Street. Tours depart from the Office of Admissions, located in the Enrollment Management building D.
A freshman/first time applicant must submit the following items before an admissions decision can be made:
- Fully-completed application for admissions
- $35 non-refundable application fee (Click here to pay online.)
- Official high school transcripts (a minimum high school GPA of 2.0 is required) or
- Official GED copy/score report
- SAT or ACT scores (optional)*
SAT code: 5072, ACT code: 0886
*Students who submit SAT scores of at least 490 evidenced based reading and writing and 450 Math, or ACT scores of 17 Math and ACT of 18 English are exempt from taking the placement test and may enroll directly into regular university English and Math classes.
If you are a current high school student interested in dual enrollment opportunities, visit the link above for additional information!