Accepted Students Info
Congratulations on your acceptance to St. Thomas Aquinas College!
On this page you will find information you will need now that you are admitted. The Admissions Team will be here to answer any questions you have leading up to the start of the semester. Call 845-398-4100, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by our Office on the ground floor of Spellman Hall when you are on campus.
Once You Are Accepted…
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Apply for Financial Aid
St. Thomas Aquinas only requires the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. The FAFSA process provides the College with the results in the calculation of your EFC (Expected Family Contribution). Your EFC is the amount of money that the federal government believes your family can contribute to your education. The St. Thomas Aquinas Code for the FAFSA is "002832" and the NYS TAP code is "0830".
If you would like to visit campus again, or for the first time, contact us to set up a visit. We’d be happy to give you a tour, sit down to discuss your financial aid package, or set you up with the right people on campus to answer your questions.
Register Online for Accepted Students Day
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Check out our Visit Us page to see a formal schedule of events.
You must confirm your intention to enroll, if you haven't already. You can state your intention by sending your admissions deposit ($100 for commuters/$250 for residents) along with the reservation fee form (see the link below to print) as soon as possible. This fee will be credited towards your financial obligation to the college. It is non-refundable after January 10, 2014 for spring applicants and after May 1, 2014 for fall applicants.
Reservation Fee Form
Once You Are Deposited…
Take Placement Tests For Freshmen
The Office of Academic Advisement will contact you about placement testing. Don’t stress…you won’t be graded and most freshmen are required to these tests. The placement tests help us make sure you are taking the right classes your first year. If you have any questions regarding testing, please contact the Office of Academic Advisement at 845-398-4087.
Transfer Registration Information
“Accepted transfers for Spring 2014 can reach out to us immediately to register for one of our Transfer Registration Days. Come meet with an advisor, review your transfer credits, and register for your spring classes. The dates for our Transfer Registration Days are:
Monday, April 14, 2014
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Thursday, August 14, 2014
Monday, August 25, 2014
Please contact Nina Capitelli at email@example.com or (845) 398-4101 to make your appointment for one of our Transfer Registration Days, or with any questions at all regarding your upcoming transfer to STAC.”
The Office of Student Activities will send you information about the Summer Orientation Programs. You will be able to select one session that works best for you. Orientation is the first stepping-stone in your transition to St. Thomas Aquinas College. During your orientation program, you will have the opportunity to review your schedule, meet current and incoming STAC students, receive your Spartan ID Card and much more.
Orientation dates for Fall 2014 with be posted in late spring. Visit this page often to stay up-to-date with the latest information.
If You Plan To Live On Campus…
Complete Housing Paperwork/ Prepare to Move In/Buy Supplies
Once you have sent in your deposit, the Residence Life Office will contact you about completing housing paperwork. For more information, contact the office of Residence Life Office at 845-398-4051.
Get in touch with your roommates/suitemates and decide who is going to bring what. Check out What to Bring to help you figure out what you need to bring and get ideas on how to decorate your dorm room. Move in for resident students is typically the weekend before the start of classes for spring and fall.. Residence Life will notify you of specifics as the dates approach.
Submit Immunization Records
New York State Public Health Law 2165 requires that full and part-time students submit proof of immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella within thirty (30) days of beginning classes.
New York State Public Health Law 2167 requires that ALL College students either receive the vaccination against Meningococcal meningitis, or acknowledge that they have been made aware of the risks and have chosen not to be vaccinated.
Download a copy of the required immunization record. Contact the Office of Health Services for more information.
Once You’re Settled On Campus…
Fall 2014 classes start on Tuesday, September 2, 2014. Make sure that you go! Check out STAC's Academic Calendar.
There's something for everyone at St. Thomas Aquinas. From Bowling to Equestrian, Drama to Intramural Sports, we have plenty of clubs and activities to choose from. Take a look at our campus Events Calendar for on going STACtivities! Visit the Student Activities website for more information.