Take your next step to becoming a Tommie by submitting your confirming deposit and housing deposit (if you plan to live on campus).
Applied Common App?
Go to your application portal. Select “create account” and use the same email address you used to apply for admission.
Returning to the Applicant Portal?
Go to your application portal. Select “login to my account” and enter your username and password. If you have forgotten your password, follow the prompts to choose a new password.
Choosing to Send Payment Through the Mail?
Please print the Deposit Mailing Form, complete it and send it along with your deposit(s).
What Do My Deposits Do?
- Confirming deposit: Reserves your spot in the class. If you want to attend St. Thomas this fall, you have to submit this by May 1.
- Housing deposit: Puts you on the list for on-campus housing. On-campus housing is not guaranteed, and assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis.
The confirming deposit is a $200 fee that goes toward enrollment processing costs. The housing deposit is $200 and is credited toward your first bill.
Your acceptance letter contained information about your St. Thomas scholarship or award. You will receive a supplemental comprehensive financial aid package if you completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Contact Financial Aid at (651) 962-6550.
Curious how your credits will transfer to St. Thomas?
Our transfer credit tool will help to determine if your credits from another institution will transfer. This could include PSEO, dual-credit courses, College in the Schools and more.
Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) and CLEP requirements are outlined here.
Both the confirming and the housing deposits are fully refundable until May 1. The admissions office must receive an email or written request for refund dated (or postmarked) by May 1.
Refunds are processed within three weeks of the initial request in the form of original payment.