Meeting the Cost of a Great Education
A college education requires a significant financial commitment. That's true of any university, including St. Thomas. But, if you believe the adage, "Where there's a will, there's a way," you should contact us. You deserve a superior education, and we believe we can help you make it happen.
There are a variety of ways to finance your education. At St. Thomas we offer scholarships, grants, loans and student employment. Don't assume that just because your family has a certain income, you aren't eligible for financial aid. Many factors other than income are used to determine your ability to contribute to the cost of your education. You may also be eligible for merit-based scholarships. Most students are awarded a combination of scholarships, grants, work study and loans. You may accept or decline these sources of assistance as you see fit.
Financial Aid in Four Steps
- Apply for admission to the University of St. Thomas
- Complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)**
- Promptly respond to all requests for additional information
- Receive notification of St. Thomas financial aid package beginning in March
We're Here to Help
Our Undergraduate Financial Aid Office will help you put it all together - from reviewing financial aid opportunities to identifying which financing options will benefit you and your family the most. Also, our Office of Admissions will be happy to help you with any other St. Thomas questions you might have. Call us or e-mail us as noted below.
**Priority filing date for the upcoming academic year is April 1 of current academic year.