Section Navigation

ACTU logo

Arts for the Community (ACTU)

ACTU combines the gifts and energies of Thomas University personnel and students (Act One) with those of community members (Act Two) to provide excellent arts events for the community. For this reason, we have named this organization ACTU: Arts for the Community at Thomas University.

ACTU programs include:

+Art Exhibits

ACTU art exhibits are held in the Art Gallery located in the Student Life  building on TU’s Magnolia Campus.

Throughout the academic year, the gallery features several rotating exhibits of contemporary regional artists. Each show culminates in a closing reception. This is a chance for students and community members to meet the artists and discuss their work. The final exhibition of the spring semester is the Humanities Student Showcase. This is an opportunity for students to share their creative efforts with the university and wider community. The gallery is open during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, during the academic year. Call (229) 227-6964 or email for more details.

Easterseals client Willow Clark puts the finishing touches on her sculpture.

“All abilities. Limitless possibilities.”
Thomas University Art Gallery, Student Life Building, Magnolia Campus
September 3 – November 7, 2019
Closing Reception November 7, 2019, 6-7:30 p.m.

This exhibit is a celebration of the Easter Seals’ motto, “All abilities. Limitless possibilities.”

During the 2018-19 academic year, Associate Professor of Art Rich Curtis and his Thomas University students lent their efforts to arts service projects to benefit local nonprofit organizations. As part of this initiative, Curtis invited Easterseals to visit the studio and work alongside students in his art classes, exploring drawing, painting and sculpting. Each participant was able to express himself or herself in unique ways. When spring semester ended, Curtis and the Easter Seals participants wanted to continue working together exploring the various talents of each individual. So, they did!

During the summer of 2019, the group from Easter Seals met regularly with Professor Curtis at the Thomas University Art Lab. For Curtis, this project naturally fit within the larger mission of ACTU, to engage with the wider community through creative expression.

This project was also made possible by the tireless efforts of Carmen Pittman, the Lead Staff at Easter Seals of Thomasville. She facilitates the day-to-day transportation and activities at Easter Seals. Carmen’s dedication to the enrichment of her clients is inspiring, and her passion for them is infectious.

Easter Seals clients created all the artwork on display. Their work will be exhibited during the month of August at the Thomas County Public Library prior to taking up residence at the Thomas University Art Gallery. A silent auction will take place during the closing reception.


Valdosta artists Sean Hurley and T. Craig Hawkins

Valdosta Artists Sean Hurley and T. Craig Hawkins
Thomas University Art Gallery, Student Life Building, Magnolia Campus
January 13 – March 26, 2020
Closing Reception March 26, 2020, 6-7:30 p.m.

Sean Hurley’s drawings and prints examine the world with an unwavering eye for certainty and detail. Born in Connecticut in 1985, Sean has been drawing since he was old enough to hold a crayon and discovered printmaking during his second year of college at the University of New Hampshire, where he received his BFA in 2008. During his undergraduate years, Sean began exploring the industrial ruins of coastal New England and documented his travels in dozens of intaglio etchings, while working in the studio of renowned woodcut print maker Don Gorvett. For several years he managed Gorvett’s gallery and studio in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and later ran his own printmaking studio in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Eventually, Sean departed New England for Indiana University, where he completed his MFA in printmaking in 2016.

Sean’s work is well known among print makers especially throughout the Northeast and can be found in dozens of private collections as well as the collections of the Boston Athenaeum, the University of New Hampshire Museum of Art, and the Ogunquit Museum of American Art. Sean’s work and his artistic relationship with Don Gorvett were featured in a major article in the widely circulated magazine Art New England. Sean was selected by the Boston Print makers to lecture on his work at the 2012 biennial, juried by Jim Dine. His work is regularly exhibited in New York by Ebo Gallery and at The Old Print Shop, and in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, at Piscataqua Fine Arts. For 2016-2017 he was artist-in-residence at the Stutz Business and Arts Center in Indianapolis and completed a residency at Vermont Studio Center. After teaching for a year at Butler University in Indianapolis as Future Faculty Fellow, Sean is now lecturer at Valdosta State University in Georgia, where he teaches printmaking and foundations. For more information visit

T. Craig Hawkins earned an MFA in Drawing and Painting from the Lamar Dodd School of Art. He works as a professional studio artist and teaches at Valdosta State University. Exploring ideas about what we all believe and whether or not it is true, Craig’s faith gives momentum to the creation of works exhibited nationally and internationally.

Combining technical skill, creativity and wit, Craig portrays iconic faces, buildings and abstracts through dozens – sometimes hundreds – of intricately painted, exquisite figures. Each distinctive piece is created in black and white with a touch of red on some of the more glamorous faces. In their own way, they reflect Craig’s highly recognizable take on life, where it is the small details that work together to create the big picture.
Craig carefully plans and creates each tiny figure. All have their own identities and personalities, which he has thought through to the finest details. In some of his extremely rare originals, he even goes as far as detailing each item of clothing on the individuals. Craig’s cast of characters includes family members, friends and models, giving his work a uniquely personal touch. Each piece contains a range of 400 to 1,800 people in it, depending on the type of work it is, and he spends anywhere from 50 to 150 working hours on each painting.

Now based in Atlanta, Craig was born in California, but his artistic talent began to emerge when his family moved south. He has exhibited his work across the United States to great acclaim and is now making a significant impact on the UK market. He has a work of art hanging in the White House in Senator Reed’s office, and his art was shown in Scope Miami 2014.

+Book Club

The Thomas University Book Club has been a part of ACTU since the fall semester of 2003.  Under Dr. Bonnie Woodbery’s guidance, the book club has tripled in attendance just in the last three years and has garnered the support of several superb discussion leaders from TU, FSU and the Thomasville community.  Discussions focus on books of current interest as well as on the classics.  The book club meets once a month on TU’s Forbes Campus.  Refreshments are served.  For more information, please email Dr. Woodbery at


Dr. Diane Roberts
September 16, 2019
William Faulkner’s Rose for Emily and Barn Burning
Smith-Bonvillian Classroom A, TU Forbes Campus

Diane Roberts, Ph.D., Professor, Oxford University, Visiting Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Northumbria in England, specializes in Southern culture. Her latest book, DREAM STATE: Eight Generations of Swamp Lawyers, Conquistadors, Confederate Daughters, Banana Republicans, and other Florida Wildlife, about her politically prominent (and very odd) family has been called “perfect,” as well as “hilarious,” “wild,” “fun,” “strange,” and “splendid.” Roberts’ previous two books – Faulkner and Southern Womanhood and The Myth of Aunt Jemima – are explorations of Southern culture.

Dr. Jason Dunn
October 21, 2019
Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Wife of Bath
Campus Center Classroom, TU Forbes Campus

Jason Dunn is an Associate Professor of English at Thomas University. He received his Ph.D. in English and Critical Theory from the University of California-Davis in 2011. Before joining the faculty at Thomas University, Professor Dunn held teaching positions at the University of California-Davis, San Diego State University, and the College of Central Florida. He has been awarded research fellowships at the University of Notre Dame, Cambridge University, and the British Library.

Dr. Jim Hughes
November 18, 2019
Flannery O’Connor’s Revelation
Campus Center Classroom, TU Forbes Campus

Dr. Jim Hughes served in both Thomasville High School and Colquitt County High School as an English teacher, head football coach, and athletic director for over thirty years. His many awards for outstanding service to interscholastic athletics include the National Federation of Interscholastic Coaches Association’s Distinguished Service Award in 1997 and his induction into the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) “Coaches” Hall of Fame in 2009 and the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 2014.

Dr. Maxine L. Montgomery
December 9, 2019
Jesmyn Ward’s Salvage the Bones
Campus Center Classroom, TU Forbes Campus

Dr. Maxine L. Montgomery is a professor of English at Florida State University, where she has been a faculty member since 1988. Montgomery specializes in Africana women’s studies, cultural studies, gender studies, the novel and American multi-ethnic literature. Her forthcoming University Press of Mississippi book is entitled Meditations on Race, Culture, and History: New Critical Essays on Toni Morrison’s God Help the Child. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees, both in English, from FSU.

Karen Bickley
January 21, 2020
T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral
Campus Center Classroom, TU Forbes Campus

Bickley graduated magna cum laude from Duke University with a bachelor’s degree in English and earned a master’s degree in English at the University of Pennsylvania. She served as bibliographer and speech writer for the Dean of the College of Education at Florida State University.

Bickley also worked as a grant writer and conference coordinator for FSU’s Department of Religion and the FSU Humanities Institute. Later, as an Assistant Director for FSU’s Center for Academic and Professional Development, Bickley was in charge of budgets for FSU’s online and part-time degree programs. She also wrote grants for and coordinated the FSU Summer Holocaust Institute for 17 years.

Ann Larson
February 17, 2020
Khalid Hosseini’s The Kite Runner
Campus Center Classroom, TU Forbes Campus

Originally from Augusta, Georgia, Ann Larson received her bachelor’s degree in English from Agnes Scott College and her master’s degree in teaching from Duke University. Larson taught senior and Advanced Placement English for 50 years. Forty of those years were spent teaching at Brookwood School in Thomasville. During her tenure at Brookwood, Larson was named STAR teacher a record 12 times.

Dr. Christine Peterson
March 23, 2020
Jhumpa Lahiri’s Unaccustomed Earth
Campus Center Classroom, TU Forbes Campus

Dr. Christine Peterson is a retired professor emerita at Northern Illinois University, where she taught courses in literature and writing. She also developed undergraduate and graduate programs in technical writing that focused on bridging academic theory and professional practice. Dr. Peterson completed her bachelor’s degree and doctorate at the University of Illinois, and her master’s degree at Northwestern University.

Dr. John Fenstermaker
April 20, 2020
Ernest Hemingway’s A Clean Well-Lighted Place
Campus Center Classroom, TU Forbes Campus

Dr. John Fenstermaker is the Fred L. Standley Professor of English and University Distinguished Teacher, Emeritus, at Florida State University. He served as English Department Chair (1982-1994) and Director of the Program in American and Florida Studies (2001-2008). Dr. Fenstermaker also served as President of the Florida College English Association and the South Atlantic Modern Language Association. He is co-founder (2006) of the Florida Book Awards Program.

+Fridays at Noon

ACTU’s Fridays at Noon offers lunch-time concerts that feature regional and national performing artists. A complimentary lunch is provided.


September 27, 2019
Staffa Thomasville First United Methodist Church

Led by violinist Lisa Ferrigno, the members of the Staffa Chamber Ensemble have been members of the classical music community in Central Florida for more than 25 years. They currently serve as principal leaders and members of the Brevard Symphony, Orlando Philharmonic, Bach Festival, and Disney World orchestras. Dedicated educators, the Staffa musicians have served as teachers and music directors at public and private schools, universities, colleges, and youth orchestras. They are united in Staffa by their friendship and love of chamber music. Members of the ensemble include Lisa Ferrigno (violin), Scott Knopf (viola), Maureen May (cello), and Lora Macpherson (oboe).


October 11, 2019, Carla Connors and Timothy Hoekman: Balfour Chapel
 Thomas University, Forbes Campus

Carla Connors made her Carnegie Hall debut in 2001 and has performed as soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the St. Paul and Cayuga Chamber Orchestras, the Phoenix, Pacific, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Chautauqua, Santa Fe, Richmond (IN), Tallahassee, and Szczecin (Poland) Symphony Orchestras, to name a few. Timothy Hoekman, Professor of Vocal Coaching and Collaborative Piano at Florida State University, is a highly experienced performer, teacher and coach.


November 22, 2019
David Evans, Doctor of Blues: Thomas County Public Library

David Evans is a noted blues scholar and musician who has been instrumental in documenting some of the remaining vestiges of traditional blues in Memphis and the surrounding region. Author of Big Road Blues, Evans heads the doctorate program in Ethnomusicology at the University of Memphis.

In 1970, Evans recorded with Bentonia bluesman Jack Owens the record It Must Have Been the Devil. He produced Jessie Mae Hemphill’s She Wolf (1981) and Feelin’ Good (1987), playing rhythm guitar accompaniment on both records. In 1994, he recorded a number of regional artists on an excellent record, The Spirit Lives On, Deep South Country Blues and Spirituals in the 1990s. In 1997, Evans’ group The Last Chance Jug Band released its debut album, Shake That Thing.


February 21, 2020
Organist and Soprano Viktor and Yuliia Billa: Thomasville First Baptist Church

Viktor Billa is a Ukrainian concert organist. Viktor’s training and performance career developed rapidly, and at age 24 he was appointed the Staff Soloist-Organist of the Chernivtsi State Philharmonic Concert Hall. In 2011 he graduated from the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine in Kiev with a Master’s degree in Organ Performance. As an aspiring concert organist, Viktor has performed in master classes and workshops with many of this generation’s most influential organists. Viktor has performed organ recitals throughout Ukraine. In 2015 Viktor was appointed the staff organist at Trinity United Methodist Church, Tallahassee, Florida. In 2017 Viktor released his first CD, “Bach at Trinity,” recorded at Trinity United Methodist Church, Tallahassee, Florida, performing on the “Casavant Frères” organ.

Ukrainian soprano Yuliia Billa graduated from the Music College in Chernihiv (Ukraine) and continued her studies at the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy in Kiev, Ukraine. Her solo career includes performances with noted orchestras and choirs in Ukraine as well as extensive solo recital experience. Her repertoire is filled with works of varying styles and a variety of composers. Currently she is the Music Director at First United Methodist Church, Bainbridge, Georgia.


March 27, 2020
Bob Dogan Trio: Thomasville First United Methodist Church

Bob Dogan entered the musical world in the 1950s playing the clarinet. While in college, he earned a degree in Journalism from Michigan State University; however, that was not to be his career. He pursued a degree in music from Berklee College of Music studying with Mme. Margaret Chaloff and Jack Byard.

This launched him into a career playing in Maynard Ferguson’s Orchestra and being recorded with drummer, Buddy Rich. Later in his career he would perform in the Armed Services Army Band, where he branched out to Bari Sax. In the 1980s he traveled between Boston and Chicago expanding his performing career.

Dogan describes himself as a Jazz pianist and vocalist. Since moving to Tallahassee in 2013, he has taken on opportunities to mentor young musicians and perform with local musicians. Recent recordings include My Blues Roots and Bob Dogan Sings Ballads.


April 24, 2020
Low Country Boyle: The Play House, Forbes Campus, Thomas University

Low Country Boyle (LCB) is a band that brings a lot of talent, experience, and heart to the table. It is the culmination of three people writing, playing, singing, and performing the kind of music they have loved all their lives! You’ll hear blues, rock, traditional and alternative forms of country and folk, as well as gospel, in LCB’s original compositions as well as in the songs they cover. As a group, they are dedicated to making their music as good as it can be and to giving audiences everything they’ve got!

There is no easy way to describe the band’s style of music because the play list is built around selecting good material, regardless of the genre.

+Georgia Poetry Circuit

The ACTU program became part of The Georgia Poetry Circuit in 2018-19.  The Circuit is a consortium of ten Georgia colleges and universities working together to bring three poets of national and international reputation annually to all members’ campuses, providing an important access to the literary arts for Georgia residents across the state. At each school, each Circuit poet gives a free and open reading of his/her work. Visiting poets also meet with creative writing students at each campus for workshops, talks, or extended question and answer sessions.

In addition to the opportunity to hear work from diverse writers of national and international reputation, the Circuit events provide Georgia students with an immensely valuable educational opportunity for interaction with many of the best contemporary poets in the United States.

All readings will take place in Flowers Foods Executive Classroom in Smith-Bonvillian Hall on the Forbes Campus at 12:30 pm.

November 5, 2019
David Baker

Baker is often described as a poet of place, indebted to the American Romantic tradition of Emerson and Whitman, as well as Frost. Baker’s collections of poetry include the widely-acclaimed Changeable Thunder (2001), Midwest Eclogue (2007), Never-Ending Birds (2009), and Scavenger Loop (2015). He has won fellowships and awards from the Poetry Society of America, the Pushcart Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Guggenheim Foundation. Currently a Professor of English and the Thomas B. Fordham Chair in Creative Writing at Denison University, Baker is also the editor of the Kenyon Review.

February 4, 2020
Carmen Gimenez Smith

Born in New York, poet Carmen Giménez Smith is the daughter of South American immigrants. A CantoMundo fellow, she earned a BA in English from San Jose State University and an MFA in creative writing from the University of Iowa’s Writer Workshop. She writes lyric essays as well as poetry and is the author of the poetry chapbook Casanova Variations (2009), the full-length collection Odalisque in Pieces (2009), the memoir Bring Down the Little Birds: On Mothering, Art, Work, and Everything Else (2010). Her 2013 collection Milk and Filth, was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. Her latest collection of poems, Cruel Futures, is a volume in the 2018 City Lights Spotlight Series book. Be Recorder will be published by Graywolf Press in fall 2019.

April 8, 2020
Ryan Wilson

Ryan Wilson was born in Griffin, Georgia, and raised in nearby Macon, Georgia. He graduated from Tattnall Square Academy in 2000. He earned his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Georgia in 2004, his Master of Fine Arts from The Writing Seminars at The Johns Hopkins University in 2007, and a second Master’s degree from Boston University in 2008.
Currently the editor of Literary Matters, the online literary journal of the Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers, he is a doctoral candidate at The Catholic University of America. Wilson’s poems, translations, and criticism appear widely in periodicals such as First Things, Five Points, The Hopkins Review, The New Criterion, The Sewanee Review, and The Yale Review. Wilson’s first book of poems, The Stranger World, won the 2017 Donald Justice Poetry Prize.

+Jazz Ensemble

Weekly rehearsals  of the ACTU Jazz Ensemble are open to all as a way to explore both traditional and modern jazz standards with an emphasis on improvisation and performances throughout the region.

Make sure you don’t miss our set performances this year!

  • December 12-13, 2019, 6-9 p.m. at Grassroots Coffee, 118 S. Broad St., Thomasville, as part of Victorian Christmas.
  • April 24, 2020, 6-9 p.m. at at Grassroots Coffee, 118 S. Broad St., Thomasville, as part of the Thomasville Rose Show

+Sundays at 4

ACTU’s Sundays at Four offers monthly concerts that feature local, regional and nationally-known artists who perform a wide-range of musical styles.  We have a great line-up again this year!


September 8, 2019
Pasek and Paul Showcase:
Thomasville Music and Drama Troupe Building
Under the direction of M. Nicole Davis

Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, known together as Pasek and Paul, are an American songwriting duo and composing team for musical theater, film, and television. Their works include A Christmas Story, Dogfight, Edges, Dear Evan Hansen, and James and the Giant Peach. Their original songs have been featured on NBC’s Smash and in the film La La Land, for which they won both the Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Original Song for “City of Stars,” and The Greatest Showman. Their work on original musical Dear Evan Hansen received widespread critical acclaim and earned them the Tony Award for Best Original Score.

Both artists are graduates of the University of Michigan and winners of the American Theatre Wing’s 2007 Jonathan Larson Award, which honors achievement by composers, lyricists and librettists.


October 20, 2019
Thomas University Jazz Festival: Thomas County Board of Education Auditorium

Join ACTU in its annual celebration of Jazz in the Thomasville community! ACTU has invited several jazz groups from the Thomasville area for a weekend of entertainment and learning. Groups will be coached in a masterclass setting and all will be invited for our Sunday afternoon concert. Our clinics will feature our guest artist, Joel Johnson, faculty member from Albany State University!


November 10, 2019
American Music, Stories and Folktales:
Flowers Foods Executive Classroom, Thomas University Forbes Campus

Join us for a look back on American Musical History! ACTU presents Classic American music featuring songs of Stephen Foster and settings from The Social Orchestra. This work consists of instrumental arrangements of popular music and well-known operas as well as some of Foster’s own compositions. The work was published in 1854 and sought to provide musical entertainment for all social situations. These works will be paired with tales of American folklore heroes such as Paul Bunyan, John Henry, Casey Jones and more! Perfect for children of all ages to follow the adventures in these historic tales.


December 15, 2019
Thomasville Singers: Benedictus Thomasville First United Methodist Church

Thomasville Singers, under the direction of M. Nicole Davis, presents their fall concert entitled, Benedictus! They will present songs of blessing as their gift to the community. This concert will also feature Vivaldi’s Gloria. The choir will perform a variety of works for full chorus and chamber ensembles, including, I Can Tell the World and My Favorite Things. Don’t miss this wonderful experience or join the choir and become part of the music making!


January 19, 2020
Chamber Music: Trinity Anglican Church

Join us for our annual Chamber Music series featuring the talents of ACTU’s performing artists as they work together to make music! Come see the combinations of instruments and the creativity that inspires these musicians!


February 9, 2020
Musical Valentines: Trinity Anglican Church

This annual concert features local musicians and artists doing what they love best –performing for the community! ACTU’s very own performing artists will present the concert. Enjoy a lovely selection of pieces about love and pieces that are dear to the musicians’ hearts. Join us for a heartwarming afternoon of music!


March 15, 2020
Thomasville Performing Arts Concert and Scholarship: Thomasville Center for the Arts

Celebrating Music in the Schools month, join us in appreciation of Thomasville’s young musicians as they perform and showcase their diligent work in the arts. Performers in this concert may receive up to $1,000 in scholarships to help guide their artistic endeavors by funding attendance at summer festivals to collegiate instruction. This performance is sponsored in partnership by Arts for the Community at Thomas University, Thomasville Entertainment Foundation and Thomasville Center for the Arts.


April 19, 2020
Thomasville Singers, Our Garden: Thomasville First United Methodist Church

Join us for the Thomasville Singers’ spring concert! This concert features works on the theme “Our Garden.” Thomasville Singers will partner with other community performance ensembles for a truly special concert experience. Join us for the closing of our series or be a part of our journey and join the Singers for the whole season!

+Night Hawk Review

The Night Hawk Review is Thomas University’s annual literary arts journal and an integral part of the ACTU offering. It features original poetry, short fiction, essays and literary nonfiction by students, faculty and staff. The journal also includes contributions of photography and visual art. The Night Hawk Review is published each spring semester, and a release party is scheduled for the end of the academic year. This event features readings by contributors to the journal, as well as a guest poet. Submissions of both creative writing and artwork are reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Students are also involved in the editing and layout of the journal. If you are interested in contributing to the Night Hawk Review, please contact Dr. Sandra Simonds for more information at


TU Theatre features annual productions with free admission as parat of the ACTU programming.  Productions include staged readings, scene work, and short classroom presentations in the fall, and a one-act play in the spring.


Peggy Brady has been practicing theatre for the past 30 years as a Director, Educator and Playwright and looks forward to learning more from her students, actors and colleagues as the practice goes on. She has been directing and teaching theatre in all settings from commercial to higher ed, community to K-12 schools. As a playwright, she has 12 plays in production around the world at one time or another and 3 new ones still marinating. She just recently ended a 25-year run of her professional theatre company that toured the country and Canada making people laugh at our crazy world through musical comedy. A passionate advocate for the arts, Peggy served as Executive Director of the Council on Culture and Arts (COCA) in Tallahassee for many years bringing artists, arts educators and arts organizations together to build a stronger community.

+Thomasville Singers

The Thomasville Singers are a treasured part of ACTU offerings.  The Thomasville Singers is a community choir that has been a feature of
the music department at Thomas University since 1995, when it began as the Thomas College Community Chorus under the direction of Ed Lyon. The group began to operate in earnest as The Thomasville Singers in 2006.

The group performs in December and April as part of ACTU’s Sundays at Four series.

Now under the direction of M. Nicole Davis, the Thomasville Singers rehearse on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. during the 2019-2020 season in Flowers Foods Executive Classroom in Smith-Bonvillian Hall on TU’s Forbes Campus. Thomasville Singers is a multi-generational, non-auditioned performance ensemble. For additional information, please email .

Join us as a Partner in the Arts!

We hope that you will join us as a Partner in the  Arts because we can’t ACT without “U”.  You are bringing great artists to the Thomasville community.  The reach of  our programming has been expanded by the efforts of the community behind it.  Please consider becoming a partner and join a community that makes a difference in the Thomasville area.

All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

For more information, or to become an ACTU Partner in the Arts, call 229-227-6964 or e-mail

Thomas University

Education that Engages

1501 Millpond Road
Thomasville, GA 31792
Contact Us