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Transfer Profile

At St. Thomas Aquinas College, you’ll find a welcoming  community, active campus, and staff dedicated to maximizing your prior credits so you can get to work earning your bachelor’s degree—and earning a living. We also understand that college is an investment and partner with our transfer students, offering academic and need-based scholarships to make earning a bachelor’s degree affordable. So go ahead: transfer in, and stand out. You’ll be in good company.

Get relevant
Academic programs at St. Thomas Aquinas College speak to the needs of today’s society. Combining intellectual rigor with experiential training, we’ll prepare you to excel in a competitive job market and throughout your life. With more than 100 programs to choose from in the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business, and the School of Education, we’ll help you find the one that fits your needs and interests. Personal academic and career advisement set you on the right path for your future. We’ll encourage you to think outside the box and give back to the world in meaningful ways.

On campus, life is good
As a transfer you’ll have the option of commuting or living on campus, and we encourage you to jump right into our vibrant community that offers a choice of activities, events, and opportunities to get involved. Living on campus, you’ll feel comfortable in our townhouse-style residence complexes. And with our proximity to New York City, you’ll have access to internships, cultural opportunities, and sporting events, all from a suburban campus that feels like home.

Get involved
Enrich your college experience and develop leadership skills by participating in more than 40 student clubs, a wide range of service learning opportunities, and 18 NCAA Division II men’s and women’s athletic teams. Whether your interests are in sports, the performing arts, campus ministry, radio, publishing, or student government, there is a place here for you.

Ready to launch
From internships and virtual career fairs to etiquette seminars, résumé-building workshops, and mock interviews, our Career Network pairs alumni with students for a real-world perspective on life in the field. Often these relationships lead to internship and employment opportunities.

St. Thomas Aquinas College puts the tools to build your confidence and become a polished job candidate at your fingertips. Whatever career you choose, we will prepare you to enter tomorrow’s workforce with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed.

Committed to affordability
We help transfer students achieve their personal best by offering a variety of programs and scholarships to make achieving your bachelor’s degree affordable. All applicants are reviewed for institutional scholarships and grants.

More than 85% of our students receive some form of financial aid. We encourage students to complete the FAFSA form so we can review them for all types of aid. For more financial aid information and the most current costs, visit us online at

Tuition, room, and board
• 2016–2017 tuition and fees: $29,600
• Room and board: $12,390

Your next step
Our transfer counselors will walk you through the process from application to enrollment. With articulation agreements with community colleges and the option of having your transcripts evaluated for different major options, we’ll work with you to maximize your credits so you can focus on attaining your bachelor’s degree.

Come to campus
Transfer Days are all about you. We know that as a transfer, you have specific questions and needs. While on campus, you’ll meet with a counselor who can evaluate your credits and help you plan the best academic program for you. We want to maximize your credits and work with you to graduate on schedule.

You can register for any of our Transfer Days offered throughout the year at

Phi Theta Kappa members from community colleges can qualify for a half-tuition scholarship!


We offer more than 100
programs. Visit us at for an up-to-date listing of all offerings, including our graduate programs and strategic alliances for graduate study.

• Art Therapy
• Biochemistry
• Biology
• Communication Arts
- Broadcasting & Digital Content Production
- Journalism
• Computer Science
- Animation & Gaming
- Information Usages & Management

• Creative Writing
• Criminal Justice
• English
• Exercise Science
• Forensic Science
• History
• Liberal Arts & Sciences
• Mathematics
- Actuarial Science
• Medical Technology
• Natural Sciences
- Biology
- Chemistry
- Physics
• Philosophy/Religious Studies
- Christian Traditions
- Ethics
- Philosophy
- Religious Studies
- Social Justice

• Pre-dental
• Pre-law
• Pre-medical
• Pre-pharmacy
• Psychology
• Romance Languages
• Social Sciences
• Spanish
• Therapeutic Recreation
• Visual Art
• Visual Communications
- Graphic Design
- Media Art

• Biomedical Engineering
• Chiropractic Medicine
• Engineering
• Physical Therapy
• Podiatric Medicine

• Accounting
• Accounting/MBA (150 Credits)
• Finance
• Management
• Marketing
• Sports Management

• Adolescence Education (7-12)
- Biology
- Chemistry
- English
- Mathematics
- Social Studies
- Spanish
• Art Education (K-12)
• Childhood Education (1-6)
• Childhood & Special Education (1-6)
• Early Childhood & Childhood Education (Birth-6)
• Middle Level Extension (5-9)

• Childhood & Special Education, Grades 1–6, BS–MSEd
• Mathematics & Special Education, Grades 7–12, BS–MSEd
• Social Studies & Special Education, Grades 7–12, BS–MSEd
• Spanish & Special Education,Grades 7–12, BA–MSEd

• Art Therapy
• Biology
• Biotechnology
• Business
• Chemistry
• Communication Arts
• Computer & Information Science
• Computer Science
• Criminal Justice
• Economics
• Education
• English
• Fine Arts
• Forensic Psychology
• Graphic Design
• History
• Human Resource Management
• International Business
• Journalism
• Management Information Systems
• Marketing
• Mathematics
• Performing Arts
• Physics
• Public Relations
• Religious Studies
• Social Media
• Sociology
• Spanish
• Therapeutic Recreation
• Writing