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Student-Veterans Benefit Checklist

In order to ensure the timely delivery of your eligible benefits, follow the check-list below to
ensure you have completed all required steps in order to receive benefits at Thomas More College.

I have applied for VA Benefits via the VONAPP website
I have submitted a Thomas More College Admissions Application
I have submitted my official transcripts, including foreign and military transcripts, to the office of Admissions for evaluation, from all previous institutions/post-secondary schools
I have filed the FAFSA and added TMC using school code 002001
I have submitted a complete "Request for Benefits" packet to our certifying official
I have met with or been contacted by an enrollment counselor to schedule classes
I have RSVP’d for a registration date

JANUARY 15 DEADLINE FOR TMC NON-MERIT SCHOLARSHIPS

Merit-based aid (aid awarded according to GPA and test scores) is awarded based off of this application and required admissions materials (ACT/SAT scores, transcripts) at the time of admission to the college. Applications for non-merit aid, such as the Honors Scholarship, Chancellor's Scholarship and Leadership Award must be submitted by February 1. Visit www.thomasmore.edu/financial_ aid for a listing of scholarships and other requirements/deadlines, as well as to access the applications.

MAY 1 DEPOSIT REFUND DEADLINE

Students who wish to enroll must submit a $100 enrollment deposit in order to reserve their spot in the incoming class. Deposits must be submitted to the Office of Admissions before a student registers. Deposits are refundable up until May 1; a written request for refund must be submitted to the Office of Admissions by May 1.

A complete packet consists of the following:

  • Student Schedule/Receipt
  • Certificate of Eligibility
  • Statement of Eligibility Form
  • DD-214 Member-4 or Service-2 Form (Veterans only)

Admissions Requirements

  • First-Year Students or Transfer Students transferring less than 24 semester credit hours:
    • 2.5 high school cumulative grade point average
    • 20 ACT Composite or 940 SAT (Critical Reading+Math)
    • 18 ACT English Subscore or 450 SAT Critical Reading Subscore
    • Transfer Students transferring 24+ semester credit hours:
    • 2.0 cumulative
    • 2.5 high school cumulative grade point average

If you have any questions please contact: Katie Jaeger - Transfer/Non-Traditional Counselor at (859)344-3324