Tuition & Financial Aid

Thomas More College is committed to providing you with an affordable, high-quality education that does not burden you with a lifetime of debt. We offer one of the lowest tuition rates among our peer institutions—and among most private and state schools throughout the country. We help you reduce your tuition rate even further through our generous financial aid program.

The Thomas More College Financial Aid Office is here to help you understand the financial aid process and realize that an education at Thomas More College is within your reach. If you have any questions, contact our financial aid director, Clint Hanson, at (800) 880-8308, or by email at

Tuition: $20,400
Room/Board: $ 9,400
Total: $29,800

Tuition: $20,400
Board (Meal): $ 1,800
Total: $22,200

Financial Assistance

All financial assistance offered by the College is determined by calculating the student’s demonstrated financial need. Financial need is determined by subtracting your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) from the total educational costs at Thomas More College. The EFC is derived from the information you report on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is the federal methodology for determining family contribution. Need-based financial assistance is awarded to help fill the gap that exists between your cost of attendance and your EFC.

What Does This Mean for You?

The Financial Aid Office at Thomas More College will determine your eligibility for financial assistance and prepare an Award Summary for you, which is a combination of need-based institutional funds and federal financial assistance programs. In recent years, more than 90 percent of students enrolled at Thomas More College received some type of financial assistance. Thomas More College reserves the right to adjust financial aid awards in compliance with institutional policy and federal guidelines.

Click here to learn more about the financial aid process.

Click here to learn about the various scholarship opportunities that are available.