College Is an Investment in You

Tuition and Fees

Thomas College provides a quality private education, and we work hard to make it affordable. Your total cost of attendance will include tuition and other fees. 

Undergraduate Programs

Effective for the 2022-2023 academic year. The total does not reflect possible merit, grants, and scholarships.

Tuition (12-18 Credits Per Semester)$28,954
Health & Activity Fees$784
Room$5,832
Board (Meal Plan)$6,166
Technology Fee for all Students$258
Total$41,994

Other Costs:

Books$400-500
Student Insurance *$1,531
Yearbook *$70

Graduate Programs

On-campus Day Programs

Effective for the 2022-2023 academic year. The total does not reflect possible graduate scholarships.

Tuition (12-18 Credits Per Semester)$28,954
Health & Activity Fees$784
Technology Fee for all Students$258
Total$29,996

* Room and board are available for students enrolled in the on campus graduate day program. Please contact Student Financial Services at 207-859-1112 for more information.

Evening and Online Programs

Effective for the 2021-2022 academic year, and for Summer II or July 1, 2022.

MBA (per course)$1,900
MSED (per course)$1,720
MS Cybersecurity & MS Criminology (per course)$1,900

Technology Fee:

Graduate Technology Fee – Per Course$35

Per Credit Hour Cost:

Undergraduate Programs$965
On-Campus Graduate Programs$965
Online MBA$633
Online MSED$573
Online MS Cybersecurity & MS Criminology $633 

What will I pay?

Many factors go into determining a financial aid package, and your individualized award package will be uniquely suited to your circumstances. Below are examples from actual Thomas College students (their names have been changed) to illustrate possible scenarios. 

Please note: Estimated Family Contribution is the figure the financial aid office at your college uses to determine your eligibility for federal, state and institutional financial aid programs. This is not a reflection of what you will owe to Thomas College for expenses incurred.

 

Anthony

Anthony is one of 7 children with a single mother who, by FAFSA requirements, would be considered dependent. However, Anthony’s mom was not always able to care for the student. This resulted in a situation that qualified Anthony to apply for independent status. He met with student financial services at Thomas College, completed the required forms, and student financial services was able to adjust the student FAFSA to make Anthony independent. Anthony has no income or assets. He chose to live on campus.

Family Circumstance:
Estimated Family Contribution (FAFSA): $0
Total Direct Costs: $41,994

Financial Aid:
Thomas College Grant $2,700
Cum Laude Merit Scholarship $14,000
Federal Pell Grant $6,495
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant $2,000
Federal Stafford Loans $9,500

Total Aid: $34,695

Out-of-pocket Cost: $7,299

 

Katie

Katie is the only member of her family in college. She has one younger sibling. Katie’s mother is recently remarried and both parents are contributing financially to the household. The combined income for Katie’s parents is $89,900 with her mother receiving a small amount of child support. Katie knew finances were a concern for her mother when applying to college, and academics is very important to Katie. With these two priorities, she was able to earn academic scholarship from Thomas College as well as outside sources. Katie is living on campus.

Family Circumstance:
Estimated Family Contribution (FAFSA): $13,867
Total Direct Costs: $41,994

Financial Aid:
Thomas College Grant $1,500
Summa Cum Laude Merit Scholarship $18,000
Outside Scholarships $12,300
Federal Stafford Loans $5,500

Total Aid: $37,300

Out-of-pocket Cost: $4,694

 

Henry

Henry and his sister are both enrolling at Thomas College as new students. Both of their parents are employed and together earn $77,904 with no reported assets or untaxed income. Their parents are not creditworthy. Henry did well academically in high school, but he was unable to meet the financial obligation after the initial financial aid offer from Thomas College. Henry reached out to Thomas College Student Financial Services for additional assistance, writing a letter to support his appeal for additional aid. Henry is living on campus.

Family Circumstance:
Estimated Family Contribution (FAFSA): $7,576
Total Direct Costs: $41,994

Financial Aid:
Lunder Scholarship $2,000
Thomas College Grant Appeal Funds $3,500
Summa Cum Laude Merit Scholarship $18,000
Federal Stafford Loans $9,500

Total Aid: $33,000

Out-of-pocket Cost: $8,994

 

Rachel

Rachel is the only member of her family in college right now. Rachel’s older brother graduated from Thomas College in the previous year. Both of their parents are employed and together earn $88,428 with no reported assets or untaxed income. Rachel was a well rounded high school student, but academically did not qualify for a merit scholarship. Rachel chose Thomas as she knew her brother loved the College. Thomas College was able to invest in her due to her financial need. Rachel is living off campus.

Family Circumstance:
Estimated Family Contribution (FAFSA): $14,192
Total Direct Costs: $29,996

Financial Aid:
Thomas College Grant $8,750
Legacy Scholarship $1,000
Federal Stafford Loans $5,500

Total Aid: $15,250

Out-of-pocket Cost: $14,746