The Thomas College campus is located on 120 acres of woods and fields along the historic Kennebec River in Waterville, Maine.
Our academic buildings consist of the Ayotte Center and the Harold Alfond Academic Center, which contains the Library. The Laurette Ayotte Auditorium also houses classrooms along with a 300-seat auditorium used for classes, meetings, lectures, and concerts. The Alumni House contains the office of institutional advancement as well as conference rooms.
Athletic facilities include the Harold Alfond Athletic Center, the Larry Mahaney Gymnasium, Alumni Field, two all-weather turf fields, and athletic fields for soccer, baseball, field hockey, and softball. The new Sukeforth Family Sports Center is encompasses 18,000 square feet and includes training space, coaches offices, locker rooms, an eSports facility, and more.
The George and Marty Spann Student Commons is the main student gathering center on campus and includes the dining center, campus bookstore, meeting rooms, and recreation rooms.
Campus housing options vary and include traditional style dormitories in Grant, Parks and Heath Halls, suite-style living in Bartlett Hall, motel-style options in “The Village” residence halls, apartment-style living in “The Townhouses,” and pod-style living in Hinman Hall. We’re also excited to announce a partnership with Snow Pond Center for the Arts, offering students 21 years and older the option to live on a gorgeous, 40-acre property along Messalonskee Lake.
Centrally located in the heart of Maine, beyond our campus, hiking, fishing, rafting, and skiing fill four seasons with natural wonder and adventure waiting to be explored.