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Admissions Overview

Whether you're just starting your college search, working on your application, filing for financial aid, or preparing for move-in day, the Office of Admission is committed to helping guide you every step of the way.

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Early Action Admissions Program–Students who complete their application prior to Oct. 31 will be notified electronically and by mail of an admissions decision on or after Nov. 1. This is a non-binding program, so you are free to consider other institutions after being admitted via early action to Thiel College. One of the advantages of this program is knowing your admissions status and the level of Thiel College scholarship you may qualify for, by the first week in November. Additionally, students can now apply for FAFSA under the new prior-prior year (PPY) policy and receive an estimated financial aid package before the spring semester.

After Nov. 1, Thiel College offers admission on a rolling basis and will review a completed application once official transcripts and official SAT/ACT test scores are received. Decisions are typically made within two weeks. Apply now!

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Choose the type of visit that’s right for you. Group and individual visits are available year-round for a great campus experience that fits your interests.

Holistic Admissions Review

Thiel College seeks to identify, recruit and graduate a diverse student population from local, regional, national and international communities. Admissions decisions are based on a holistic review of the student portfolio and each student's probability for success as a part of the Thiel community. Our Admissions Review Committee strives to discover students who will bring academic and creative achievements, elements of diversity, commitments to community service and the potential to make significant contributions to our campus community. A student’s ability to endure and persist is an integral aspect to success over four years at Thiel College. As such, Thiel College seeks individuals who show the capacity to develop an analytical mind, uphold civic responsibilities, contribute to our athletic programs, adhere to sound ethical principles, respect human diversity and individuality, effectively write, speak and research, and maintain active and healthy lifestyles.