This summer Thomas University announced three new bachelor’s degree programs – Computer Systems Management, Homeland Security, and Supply Chain Management. All three courses will be offered exclusively online. In addition to these, TU began two new on-campus bachelor’s degree programs this fall in Literature & Media and Exercise & Sport Science. TU also added a specialization in School Counseling to its Master of Science Degree in Clinical Rehabilitation and Clinical Mental Health Counseling, which is completely online. These programs add to Thomas University’s already expansive offering of degree programs available to students.
Did You Know?
Thomas University offers a Center for Military Life that supports military personnel and their families. In partnership with the Community College of the Air Force, we offer a seamless transition of CCAF associate degrees to TU bachelor’s degree programs. Also, for the 4th year in a row, TU was named a Top 10 Military Friendly School! TU is proud to support our military, both active and retired.
HR Professionals – Thomas University has its own SHRM Chapter. SHRM is the gold standard when it comes to professional human resource certifications. Interested in joining SHRM? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information!
When President Donald Trump ran for re-election in the fall of 2020, Thomas University alumnus Meigs Lamb was an intern in the Office of Presidential Correspondence, where he handled letters, emails and phone calls from constituents. Read more about Meigs’ experience.
Careers with TU
If you enjoyed attending Thomas University, you’ll enjoy a career with us, too! Thomas University has several open positions. You can view open positions and apply by going to https://www.thomasu.edu/about/employment/.
Alumni can also use the services offered by the TU Career Center or post open jobs with their businesses with the Career Center. Visit the Student Success webpage and scroll down to the Career Center section for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Message from the ABOG President
I hope you’ve enjoyed this issue of the Alumni Newsletter! Being more involved with our alumni, and having our alumni more involved with the university, is something I feel very passionately about. This newsletter is a great way for us to all stay connected, both with the university and with fellow alums. There are other ways you can stay connected, so I hope you’ll consider following the Thomas University Alumni Association on Facebook and consider joining the Alumni Board of Governors.
Together, we are working on some great stuff to bring alumni together, and we’d love for you to join us! It’s a small commitment, but the rewards are big! Watching this university grow as it has in the last 70 years is a great experience and having a more hands-on experience of it is even better. If you are interested in joining ABOG, let’s connect. You can email me at email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you!