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Yes, college is an academic experience, but it’s also a life experience

Thomas College has been preparing students for success in their personal and professional lives for over 125 years. Thomas College nurtures the unique potential within each student. Our Guaranteed Job Program, 3-year offerings in all undergraduate degrees (master’s in the fourth year), individualized advising, career counseling, and our Innovation Centers in Business and Education meet a student’s determination to succeed with the direction, confidence, and tools to realize the highest version of themselves.

The Thomas College Experience

From the classroom to community activities, or on the athletics field with our 19 varsity sports, Thomas College provides a personalized experience that prepares you for the workplace of tomorrow. Data reported by the New York Times ranks Thomas in the top 13 percent of all higher education institutions in the U.S. for upward mobility of its graduates, and U.S. News & World Report ranks us #7 among colleges in the Northeast.

Do You Have At Least Six College Course Credits?

Thomas College is Early College Credit (dual enrollment)-friendly, whether you earned them through Thomas College or at another institution, a student could save an entire year-worth of tuition and room and board.

If enrolled in our 3+1 Program—available for all undergraduate majors for qualified students—you could earn your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in just four years.

The Thomas College Guarantee

Thomas College sets itself apart from other colleges with our Guaranteed Job Program™. If you do your part and still don’t land a job related to your major within six months of graduation, we’ll either make your monthly federal student loan payments for you for up to a year, or we’ll let you start a Thomas College master’s degree program for free.

Degree Types

  • Traditional Undergraduate
  • 3 Year Undergraduate (All Majors)
  • Graduate
  • Professional Studies


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