Apply Fall 2017, Spring 2018

Start your college adventure now. Apply online or download a printable version.

We also accept the Common Application.

Deadline: St. Thomas is on a rolling admission cycle. We accept applications throughout the year until our class is full; therefore there is no specific application deadline.
Cost: There is no application fee to apply.

Parts of the application:

St. Thomas application or Common Application
Official ACT or SAT test scores (optional)
Official transcripts - from high school and any colleges attended
Writing Sample
Letters of recommendation (optional)
Dean of Students form

Once we receive all of the required information, you will hear back within 2-3 weeks with an admission decision. We begin reviewing applications for the fall semester on Oct. 1.

Apply Online via our secure website or via the Common Application.

Application

Our application is easy to navigate and can be saved and returned to later. Our free application is found here

Writing Sample

As long as it's 1-2+ pages, this paper can be on any topic! Options include but are not limited to:

-A paper you’ve already written for class

-A paper that was previously submitted with a UST application. 

-A personal statement/essay with details the admission committee should know about.

Dean of Students form

This form asks about a person’s disciplinary and behavior history.  Most commonly, it should be completed by the applicant and the current institution you attend. Click here for the form.

Official, final high school transcript

This must be mailed or faxed directly from the high school to St. Thomas.  Regardless of the applicant’s age or number of earned credits, an official high school transcript is always required.

All official college transcript(s)

Failure to submit all college transcripts at the time of applying can result in expulsion.  Applicants must submit transcripts from all accredited and non-accredited institution (foreign or domestic) regardless of whether you think or want the credits to transfer to St. Thomas.  Remember that PSEO or dual enrollment credits in high school count as college transcripts.