West Point Admissions

Interested degree (matriculating) and non-degree (non-matriculating) students should direct inquiries to the Coordinator of the West Point Program who is available at the Education Center on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

Applicants of a degree program must file an Application for Admission. There are separate admissions applications for the Associate Degree or Bachelor's Degree. There is a $30 non-refundable Application Fee. Applicants will be required to provide an official high school transcript (or GED certificate) for an approved secondary school and/or official copies of transcripts validating previous college credits obtained.

Courses are offered on a six-week accelerated basis. Registration for courses is on-going throughout the year. All degree students are subject to the condition for matriculation, retention, and graduation described in the St. Thomas Aquinas College catalog.

For more details on Admissions, contact our office at [email protected].

Earn Extra Credits

As a Service members Opportunity College (SOC) system member, the College will accept transfer credit from accredited colleges, proficiency exams (CLEP, CPE, DANTES) and military experience as recommended by the American Council on Education in so far as credits awarded apply to the degree requirements specified under Degree Programs. At the time of application for admission, prospective students must submit official copies of all previous college transcripts, test scores, and Military Experience (ARRTS transcript).

Yellow Ribbon Program

St. Thomas Aquinas College is proud to announce its participation in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Yellow Ribbon Program. The college’s participation in the program includes a scholarship that will enable some veterans, depending on the type and amount of their GI bill education benefits, to earn a college degree for free.