Frequently Asked Admissions Questions
Q. What is your average SAT I score?
A. The average combined SAT I score at Thomas College is just under 1000 for Critical Reading and Math only.
Q. What kind of GPA in high school do I need to have to be accepted at Thomas?
A. The average freshman at Thomas has a solid "B" average in high school. We do look at a student's entire application package but you will certainly need at least a "C" average in high school to be accepted.
Q. What are your most popular majors?
A. The most popular majors at Thomas are Accounting, Business, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Education, Political Science, Psychology, and Sport Management
Q. What kind of access to computer technology would I have at your school?
A. Technology is a MAJOR priority at Thomas College. You will have access to state-of-the-art equipment and lightning fast Internet connections. In fact, Microsoft, Inc. has done a case-study on how Thomas developed a first-in-the-nation-web based administrative and student information system. Also, we have a wireless network system in all buildings on our campus for you to be able to get on-line with your tablet or laptop PC from just about anywhere!
Q. Is there a deadline to apply for admission?
A. No. We have a rolling admissions policy. That means you may apply at anytime throughout the year.
Q. How long will it take for me to be notified about a decision on my application for admission?
A. Once we have received all of your application materials (transcript, letters of recommendation, etc.) you should receive a reply from us within two to three weeks.
Q. Does Thomas have an Early Action program?
A. Yes. If we receive all of your application materials prior to December 15th, you may be accepted under our Early Action program. It is a non-binding program which means that if you are accepted Early Action you do not have to attend Thomas.
Q. Do I need to have an interview to be accepted?
A. No, but we do recommend one prior to making your final decision on where to attend college. Visiting our campus really is the best way to find out if we are the right choice for you.
Q. What is the average class size?
A. Fewer than twenty.