Visit & Tours

To schedule a visit to Thomas More College, please contact the Director of Admissions at (800) 880-8308 ext. 14 or

Our New England campus in Merrimack, New Hampshire is located 45 minutes north of historic Boston, 1 hour east of the Atlantic Ocean, and 1.5 hours south of White Mountain National Forest.

For those arriving by air, Thomas More College offers a free shuttle to and from Manchester Regional Airport (MHT).

For driving directions to our campus, click here.

Attend classes

Join current Thomas More College students in their quest to be comprehensively educated in the history of the Catholic Church and Western civilization.  You will see our seasoned and accomplished faculty in action, and will sit beside your future colleagues as they engage in the life of the mind.

At Thomas More College, we have a blend of lecture-based and seminar-style classes where students participate in discussion.  The classroom–second only to the Chapel– is the center of life for the Thomas More community.  It is a place where students and professors alike seek wisdom through the books and ideas that span the history of Western civilization.

Thomas More College defends a common education that allows students to study together, discover the beauty and order present in nature and human life, and to crown their studies contemplating the highest things.  We believe that the Great Books approach that produced leaders over the last 3,000 years is more relevant than ever today.  It is both a unique and rare opportunity to see this type of education at work.

Visit with Professors

Our accomplished professors would be happy to meet with you one-on-one after class or over lunch to discuss your interests.  They are widely published and are leaders in their fields of study.  Get to know our professors.

Participate in an Authentically Catholic Spiritual Life

Daily Mass is offered in the Chapel at Thomas More, as well as daily confession, rosary, and the chanting of the Divine Office.  The Extraordinary Form (Latin Mass) is available each week on our campus, as well as at nearby Saint Patrick’s Parish.

Spiritual retreats are regularly held at the Benedictine Monastery in Still River, MA.  Opportunities abound for spiritual direction from the Benedictine monks and our campus chaplains.

Each year, Thomas More College students attend The Pilgrimage for Restoration in Auriesville, NY, The Walk for Life in Boston, MA and The March for Life in Washington, D.C.

Tour our Campus

Thomas More College is settled on a beautiful and historic New England campus.  The property was originally a farmstead that dates back to 1726. Visit the original Bowers-Blanchard House, Barn, Grotto, Kopka Hall, Stillman House and the Warren Memorial Library.

Across from the College is a health facility that offers racquetball, tennis and basketball courts as well as an Olympic-size pool and indoor track.  All students receive a free membership with enrollment to the College.

Meet our Students

The Student Life at Thomas More is consistently praised for being joyful and innovative.  Plays, dances, open-mic nights, sports and concerts showcase our vibrant community life.  Each year, our Director of Student Life produces a calendar that represents our student’s favorite activities.  Feel free to plan your visit in conjunction with a student life event.

When you visit, you can ask our students about their Rome semester or trip to Oxford.  Thomas More students have the wonderful opportunity of living in Rome their sophomore year and in Oxford for two weeks during the summer.

Discover New England

While you are in the area, you may want to see the nearby towns and cities in and around New Hampshire.  Nashua, the third largest city in New Hampshire, is just five minutes from the College.  Downtown Nashua has charming coffee shops and restaurants.

Nearby Boston is a place rich with historic sites and monuments, restaurants and shopping areas.

History buffs may want to plan a visit to Minute Man National Historical Park, which was the site of the opening battle of the American Revolution.

Attend an Open House

Each year, Thomas More College hosts Open Houses on Columbus Day in the fall and President’s Day in the winter.  While visitors are free to visit the College at anytime, our Open Houses are especially suited to provide you with a full overview of the College.  The Fall Open House will be held on Columbus Day, Monday, October 13th, 2013.  To attend an Open House, please contact our Director of Admissions, at (800) 880-8308 ext. 14 or email

For more information on Thomas More College, our curriculum, student life, and other activities, you may request a packet of information from the College.