WATERVILLE, MAINE, October 2017 — Thomas College will hold a drop-in open house for graduate programs on November 9 from 4 to 7 p.m. in Jeanie’s Café in the Alfond Academic Center at Thomas.
The open house is a casual setting. Drop by anytime for a chance to meet with faculty, admissions staff, to take a campus tour, and even register for spring classes. There will also be refreshments and snacks.
“You can enroll in a degree program or even just try a class,” said Associate Director of Admissions Karin Parsons. “Or, stop by to chat and get a feel for our programming and our faculty.”
There is no application fee to the College for attendees of this event. Applications will be available at the event, or you can apply ahead of time at wwwold.thomas.edu/apply. Spring semester begins on January 2, 2018.
Thomas College offers Master’s programs in Education, Education Literacy, Educational Leadership, Business Administration, Business Administration – Accounting, Human Resources, Healthcare Management, and Project Management. Beginning in the fall of 2018, we will also offer Master’s in both Cyber Security and Integrative Criminology.
Thomas College offers flexibility in its programs so you can continue to advance your career while earning your degree. Believe you can achieve!
About Thomas College: Founded in 1894, Thomas College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in programs ranging from business, entrepreneurship, and technology, to education, criminal justice, and psychology. Its Guaranteed Job Program, the first of its kind in the nation, is built on student’s academic, career, and leadership preparation. Thomas is also home to the Harold Alfond Institute for Business Innovation and the Center for Innovation in Education. Money Magazine recently ranked Thomas 23rd in the Country for adding the most value to their degrees, and data reported by the New York Times ranks Thomas in the top 15 percent of all college and universities in the U.S. for upward mobility of its graduates. For more information, visit wwwold.thomas.edu or contact MacKenzie Riley at [email protected] or 207-859-1313.