Thomas University welcomes applications from students transferring from other colleges or universities. A transfer student is a student who is a high school graduate (or who has completed the GED) and has earned college credits prior to their entry into Thomas University. Transferring students are provided with a high level of support as well resources to ease the transition to Thomas University.
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 tours are offered Monday through Friday 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.
- Fully-completed application for admission
- $35 non-refundable application fee (Click here to pay online.)
- Official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended
- Undergraduate Application Checklist
If you transfer in with fewer than 14 semester hours, you will also need to submit your official high school transcript/GED certificate for your file. Students with fewer than 14 semester hours of transferrable credit may be required to take the COMPASS placement exam for correct placement in English and Math.
To be admitted to Thomas University, transfer students (this includes readmits as well) must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or greater calculated on all prior coursework. A cumulative GPA lower than 2.0 will be considered for provisional admission by the TU Admissions Committee. Admission to the University does not guarantee admission to a specific college or department. The Divisions of Nursing, Education, Medical Laboratory Science and Social Work have additional admission requirements which must be met before a student can begin taking upper division classes in their degree program. It is the student's responsibility to contact the appropriate academic department for additional admission requirements upon acceptance to the University granted by the Office of Admissions.