- Over 1,900 students
- 81 percent of students who persist at TMC graduate within four years
- 15:1 student-to-faculty ratio
- 79 percent of full-time faculty hold doctoral or terminal degrees
- 42 undergraduate academic majors; MBA, M.Ed and MAT programs
- Three-year and four-year degree programs, accelerated adult program (TAP) and online opportunities
- Since 1999 more than 3,924 area high school students to date have earned college credit through TMC’s Gemini Program
- 22 highly competitive NCAA Division III athletic teams
- Throughout TMC's NAIA and NCAA history, over 70 conference championships have been captured and over 604 students have been named to the Athletic Director Honor Roll (maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher)
- 96 percent of 2014-2015 graduates are employed or in graduate school six months after graduation
- 100 percent of graduating nursing students passed the NCLEX exam.
- 100 percent of undergraduate education majors passed their praxis tests for certification.
TMC's Community Connection
- 82 percent of alumni live in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky
- All Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Covington are represented in the current student population
- TMC's outreach includes service learning projects in Jamaica and along the Mexican border, building homes for Habitat for Humanity and providing tax assistance and tutoring within the local community
- 414 high school students in Greater Cincinnati earn college credit through the Gemini Program
- Through TSI (Thomas More College STEM Initiatives), TMC staff are working with approximately 20 teachers from area high schools to improve STEM education to thousands of students
- TMC is B.E.S.T. (Business Education Success Team) partners with Holy Trinity, Latonia and R.C. Hinsdale Elementary Schools and Covington Holmes Jr. High
- The BB&T Observatory is used to host free educational programs and night sky viewing in the fall and spring
- TMC continually hosts community events such as high school graduations, Special Olympics, outside speakers, summer camps and sports tournaments
- The Biology Field Station (one of only a handful of active field research stations along the Ohio River) welcomes approximately 2,000 children annually for field trips
- More than $11 million in scholarships and grants is awarded annually
- 97 percent of traditional, full-time undergraduate students receive institutional scholarships and 100 percent receive some form of financial aid.
- 29 percent of students are "Federal Pell Grant-eligible," which means the College is assisting those students with the greatest need
- The Thomas More Trust offers grants and tuition assistance, including the Parochial Promise valued at $13,000 and offered to Catholic High School graduates who meet admission requirements.
- The Fund for Thomas More College is a vital resource for funding student scholarships
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