Become the best version of you
College is your time to experience, gain skills, and develop a sense of who you are to become. At Thiel College, you can become the best version of you. Founded in 1866 as a coeducational institution, Thiel is a creative and energetic place, rooted in academic excellence, innovation, tradition, and inclusion. It’s a place where the connections you make will benefit your life for years to come!
Tradition and innovation
Throughout its history, Thiel has striven to be progressive while honoring the traditions that make it special. The College’s second graduating class reflects those ideals. That class included four women and made the College in Greenville, Pennsylvania, among the earliest institutions to be coeducational. Today, Thiel remains a college of opportunity and gives you the tools to explore your faith while combining your passions and purpose.
Where memories are made and futures begin
At Thiel, you’re a part of a diverse community of students who come together to experience the world. You can hang out with friends in the Bistro, enjoy a one-on-one connection with professors who know you by name, and make lifelong connections. These are just some of the college memories you will make and take with you!
Fast track to success
New graduate programs in Business Administration, Speech-Language Pathology, and Physician Assistant Studies are set up so undergraduate students can combine their work and graduate with a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in five years!
Find your calling
Expanding on the College’s strong track record of Allied Health programs, Thiel is developing an innovative Nursing program. Also offered are new degrees in Exercise Science, Data Analytics, Public Policy, Health Systems, Environmental Safety Management, and Sports Management. These new programs join the College’s other 60+ majors and minors, 24 NCAA Division III sports teams, and more than 100 student clubs and organizations!
Ranked among the “Best Regional Universities in the North” | U.S. New & World Report
Ranked among the “Top Performers on Social Mobility” | U.S. New & World Report
Ranked among the top 200 schools on the Grateful Grads Index for three of the past four years | Forbes
Named a Dietrich Foundation Institution along with Princeton University and the University of Pittsburgh
Transfer up to 94 credits from an accredited two- or four-year institution. Thiel welcomes transfer students for both the fall and spring semesters and is committed to making your transfer as smooth as possible. Our goal is to help you succeed.
Request Transfer Credit Evaluation
Send us information about the courses and credits you’ve already taken, and we’ll evaluate them to let you know how much will transfer over to Thiel College credits: Transfer Credit Evaluation Form
Transfer Student Campus Visits
Attend an individual campus visit day to learn more about the transfer student process. Choose from convenient morning or afternoon sessions. In addition, you can contact Assistant Director of Admission Justin Gregorich at 724-456-3482 via call or text message to schedule a visit.
Throughout the year, we offer an opportunity for you to virtually meet and discuss the transfer process. All times will be from 12:00–1:00 pm ET.
General Transfer Application Requirements
• Official application for admission
• All official college transcripts (from any institution you were enrolled in for any period of time)
• Official high school transcript or GED required (used for auditing if transferring over 30 credits; used for official acceptance decision if transferring fewer than 30 credits)
“I like the small-school aspect of Thiel. My high school was small, and I knew Thiel would be the next step up but I would still be comfortable in my environment.”
“After visiting other schools and then visiting Thiel, it was kind of a light-bulb moment. I realized I could have everything I wanted here. I’m looking forward to finally being the person I’ve always wanted to be.”
“I really like the small campus and how easy it is to get to know everyone. Thiel is a community. Everyone is willing to help with anything you need. Coming to college shouldn’t be anything to be afraid of because there are so many friendly faces here.”