Fall 2016 Deposited Students Map
Congratulations! Now that you’re accepted, you want to make sure you are prepared to fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), and visit campus.
You can sit in on a class or meet with a faculty member. Explore Thiel and see how it fits you!
Finding out how affordable Thiel can be is often the final step in a student’s college search.
Visit Financial Aid and find out how to get the most aid possible, what scholarships are available to your family, get a financial aid estimate from Thiel’s NetPrice Calculator, and learn more about what is needed to make the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) a simpler process.
Pay your $200 tuition deposit – it holds your place in the incoming class and is the first step to attending one of our Registration Days.
Office of Admission
Pedas Communication Center