You’re not just the sum of your grades. You’re a whole person.
Ready to take the next step? We’re here to support you! When you apply to St. Thomas Aquinas College, your application won’t fall into a black hole or go through computer algorithms to determine your eligibility for admission. Our admissions team carefully reviews each and every application — from grades to accomplishments and goals. Getting to know you — the whole you — is key to determining the right fit.
2020 Update to Admissions Standardized Testing Policy
In response to SAT and ACT testing sites closing across the country because of COVID-19, St. Thomas Aquinas College will waive the SAT/ACT test requirement for Fall 2020 admission consideration. The College is now test-optional, meaning students may submit test scores if they have them, but we will also consider applications from students without test scores. The lack of test scores will not impact the college’s evaluation of the student’s application.
Michael R. DiBartolomeo, M.A., Vice President for Enrollment Management stated, "we are here to work with students and their families to ensure that our potential future students have every opportunity to receive a top-quality education. During these very uncertain times, we want to ensure that every qualified student who wishes to continue their education at St. Thomas Aquinas College is considered, regardless of whether they took the SAT or ACT tests.”
The Admissions Office reviews applications year-round and operates on rolling admissions. While there is no deadline, we encourage you to complete your application as soon as possible. Once received, Admissions will review your application and send you a decision within two weeks' time.
Visit our Common App apply page to submit your application for fall or spring.
The fee for all applications is $25 and is non-refundable.
If you're ready to take the next step to advance your career, you can complete a graduate application for one of our education or business master's degree or certificate programs. Use the links below to access the applications. You can complete, save and email your application to [email protected], or complete, print and mail it to the Admissions Office. Contact the Admissions Office with any questions.
Graduate Education Application
The graduate education application requirements are available on the Graduate Education Application page and are listed on the application.
MPA in Criminal Justice Administration Application
Additional information is available on the MPA Application Process page.