Thomas More welcomes international students. Recent graduates have hailed from Canada, France, Brazil, and Indonesia. See below for the steps to complete your application
Thomas More College employs a rolling admissions process; there are no deadlines to apply. It is perfectly acceptable to send your application in parts. Once our incoming class fills up, admitted students move to a wait list.
Admission to Thomas More College is competitive. However, unlike many colleges and universities, our admissions process is free—and short. Within one week of submitting your complete application, you will receive a decision from the Admissions Committee.
You can start an application below. Once you begin, your will create login credentials so that you can save your application and return to complete it later.
You can upload your essay using the button below. Please write a two to three page essay which discusses a person, place, text or event that has deepened your desire to know the truth.
Request one letter of recommendation from someone who can testify to your academic competence (e.g. a teacher, homeschooling parent, or academic counselor) and one letter of recommendation from someone who can testify to your character (e.g. a priest, group leader, or family friend). Your letters of recommendation may be emailed directly to our admissions team, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thomas More College does not provide a format recommendation letter.
Contact each high school and college (if applicable) that you have attended and request that your official transcripts be sent to Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. If you are a homeschooling applicant from an unaccredited homeschooling program, please use our Home School Transcript to demonstrate your high school curriculum, feel free to attach supplemental material. Thomas More College also accepts the GED.
Thomas More does not currently require standardized test scores. However, we welcome students results from the Classical Learning Test, ACT or SAT. The school codes for the SAT is 3892. The code for the ACT is 2531.