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Undergraduate Financial Aid

In response to the recommendations of the CDC regarding COVID-19, the financial aid office is limiting in-person interactions at this time. We encourage you to contact your financial aid counselor directly or to arrange a virtual appointment. Our office phone is answered weekdays from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and our office is open weekdays from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. for visitors with brief questions.

We want to make St. Thomas affordable for you.

At St. Thomas, the average cost most families pay is far less than the total "sticker price." In fact, 97 percent of our students receive merit-based scholarships of up to $33,000 per year – helping lower the average out-of-pocket tuition cost to $21,000.


They’re the biggest way to drive down costs. And we have a lot of them. In fact, 97% of students receive one (or more).
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Cost Information

Costs are a fact of life in college. And we have them too...along with plenty of ways to lower them.
Cost Information

Other Types of Aid

Scholarships aren’t the only thing that bring your costs down. There are a lot of other ways we help make college affordable.

FAFSA and MN Dream Act

Anyone applying for need-based aid needs to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the MN Dream Act, and we can help with that.
FAFSA Information

Net Price Calculator

So what is St. Thomas going to cost you? We can’t say for sure without more info, but we can help you estimate.
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Decided on St. Thomas?

The process isn’t over once you’ve submitted your confirming deposit. There are a few things you still have to do on the financial aid side of things before you get here this fall.

Financial Aid Checklist


Your one-stop-shop for the forms, timelines and links to help you through the financial aid process.


Financial aid is all about the details. And here are the details about how we administer financial aid. It can get complicated, so let us know if you have questions.

Financial Tips

Little things can make a big difference when it comes to paying for college. So here are some tips that can make those little things add up to a lot.

Consumer Information

Required disclosures for prospective and current students required by the Higher Education Act and Reporting Student Concerns.