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Financial Aid

Thomas Aquinas College is committed to making its program of Catholic liberal education available to accepted students, regardless of financial need. The College receives no subsidy from Church or state. It relies, rather, on contributions from individuals and charitable foundations to make up the difference between what students are able to pay and the actual cost of their education.

Through the generosity of its donors, the College is able to offer financial assistance to young men and women who would otherwise not be able to attend. Nevertheless, the financial resources of the College are limited, and financial aid can be offered only on the basis of demonstrated financial need as determined by the College. Students and families are therefore expected to make a maximum effort to cover the cost of tuition plus room and board from their own resources. If, after assessing his resources, a student finds his financial means insufficient, he should apply to the Financial Aid Office for assistance.

一道本不卡免费高清The College will try to meet the demonstrated financial need of each student with a program of loans, Service Scholarship (work-study) and grants.

Summary of Basic Information 

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If you would like to be considered for Thomas Aquinas College's institutional, need-based Service Scholarship program (work-study) and grant program, you will be required to complete not only the FAFSA, but also the and provide supporting documentation, such as a signed copy of your parents’ and your own 2018 federal tax returns. More detailed instructions can be found on our webpage How to Apply for Financial Aid.

一道本不卡免费高清Students who are residents of California must complete a FAFSA and a to be considered for a Cal Grant. (Even if you plan to attend our New England campus, if you are a California resident, you are advised to complete a Cal Grant GPA Verification Form in case your plans change.)

When is financial aid awarded?
一道本不卡免费高清If all financial aid documents have been submitted, Freshmen are notified of their institutional financial aid as soon as possible after they have been accepted into the College. Continuing students are normally awarded institutional financial aid in June for the upcoming academic year.

Financial Aid
Laura Berquist

“The education at Thomas Aquinas College makes men free, able to direct their own lives, and that of the community.”

– Laura Berquist (’75)

Founding Director of Mother of Divine Grace School; Author, Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum