Visit St. Thomas using our fly-in program.
Visit St. Thomas using our fly-in program! St. Thomas can cover a portion of your travel costs when you visit campus for one of our admitted student events.
To be eligible, you must:
- Be a high school senior; admitted to the University of St. Thomas class of 2021 as a regular, full-time, degree-seeking first-year student
- Live in a state that is non-contiguous to Minnesota*
- Complete the fly-in voucher request form below
- Use the voucher to attend one of the following admitted student events:
- Tommie Overnights
- Fauth Business Scholarship Test Day
- Science, Mathematics and Engineering Scholarship Day
- Residence Life Event
- Accepted Student Days
- Submit the waiver and all receipts either by the day of your arrival or within 30 days of visiting campus
Students receive reimbursement for up to half the cost of round-trip airfare up to a maximum of $200. If selected a recipient of our fly-in program, students must present a receipt for the ticket purchased either prior to their visit, upon arrival or within 30 days of visiting campus. All itineraries and receipts must be given to Mike Cremer, Senior Admissions Counselor.
You will fly into the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport (MSP). If a student is traveling alone and requires transportation to campus, we will reimburse your cab fare (receipt required). We will also help you secure a cab for your return trip to the airport and reimburse you for that expense.
If using frequent flyer miles, only the actual cash paid listed on the flight itinerary will be considered for reimbursement. Luggage and any other flight fees will not be reimbursed.
*The following states are not eligible to use the fly-in program: Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa.
While we invite family members to accompany students on visits to campus, this offer only applies to students admitted to the university and not to their parents/guardians or other family members. Parent/guardians or other family members will be responsible for their own accommodations.