Overview

We help you discover who you can be and how you can make a difference in the world. A St. Thomas education unlocks talents that allow you to solve problems within and among more than 150 majors and minors, from neuroscience and engineering to health care and computer science.

As a Catholic university, we’re committed to championing a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment. You become part of a welcoming community that respects the dignity of each person and values their unique contributions. As a transfer student, you’ll quickly develop Tommie pride. In fact, transfer students have received the Tommie outstanding senior award and have been inducted into our Athletic Hall of Fame. Ready to dive into the St. Thomas experience? We’re ready for you. 

Transfer student profile

105 Transfer students in 2019

Transfer student race/ethnicity (excludes international)
<1% African-American
0% American Indian/Alaskan Native
7% Asian
10% Latinx
0% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
66% White
4% Multiracial
10% Race/ethnicity unknown

Credit transfer

Accepted on a course-by-course basis. Minimum 2.3 cumulative GPA of transferable courses to be considered for admission. No Ds are accepted for credit.

Visit stthomas.edu/admissions/undergraduate/transfer/credittransfer/index.html for details.

Application deadlines

We accept transfer students on a rolling basis throughout the year until our class is full, so there are no specific application deadlines.

Fall: rolling, Aug. 1 priority deadline
Spring: rolling, Jan. 1 priority deadline

Scholarships

UST Transfer Award ($5,000-$20,000): This award recognizes the academic accomplishments of transfer students who have positively contributed to their community and demonstrated post-secondary academic success.

Music Scholarship ($500 - $5,000): Students must major in music and designated for each of the following areas: fretted and bowed strings; keyboard; voice; woodwind; brass and percussion.

Transfer College Access Scholarship: Transfer students that participated in a college access program while in high school have the opportunity to be considered for an additional $2,000 scholarship.  A few examples of these college access programs are College Possible, AVID or TRiO.

Contact information

Other Student paths

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