There are two ways to apply to Thomas Aquinas College:
The Thomas Aquinas College application process is deliberately broad so as to allow students greater latitude in expressing their academic interests and strengths. It also enables the Admissions Committee to evaluate an applicant’s potential for success in the program.
Applications for the class entering in the fall of 2013 are arriving earlier and in greater numbers than in recent years. This being the case, we are encouraging applicants for the fall of 2013 to write and complete their applications as soon as possible for the best possible chance of enrolling.
The College has a rolling admissions policy, under which prospective students may apply any time after they have completed their junior year of high school. Thus it is never too early for seniors to begin their applications to the College. The Admissions Committee acts upon applications submitted by high school students as early as the middle of the first semester of their senior year. By the time of Matriculation, all students must have a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent, or be beyond the age of compulsory education in California.
After the class has been filled, all other accepted students are placed on a wait list. Waitlisted students who are not ultimately admitted in the year for which they are applying are generally offered a place in next year’s freshman class.
Acceptance remains provisional until after the College has received and favorably reviewed the following:
A final transcript of high school studies, establishing satisfactory grades through the second semester of the senior year
A student health and registration form for incoming students 
A signed Payment Plan and Promissory Note (you will receive these via mail)