As an online student, you have access to many of the resources and services available to campus students. Explore the many options below to learn more about what's available to you. We're here to help you succeed.
Welcome to St. Thomas University’s Online Financial Aid Office! Our department is committed to your educational pursuit and we are ready to assist you every step of the way. The Financial Aid Office has listed the basics of the financial aid application process to simplify the receipt of your awards. We wish to ensure the smooth transition of our students as they become Leaders for Life at STU
The FAFSA is an essential part of the Financial Aid process. Upon completing your FAFSA, St. Thomas University will be able to provide you with the types of Financial Aid that you are eligible for.
To ensure that we have received your FAFSA for the academic year, please make sure to include the Federal School Code. The Federal School Code for St. Thomas University is 001468. The completion of the FAFSA is required if you are a citizen or eligible non-citizen to be able to receive any Federal Financial Aid (including Federal Loans and Graduate PLUS loans). The FAFSA is available every year starting October 1st.
Students can create an FSA ID and Password at fsaid.ed.gov. The FAFSA application is also available through the myStudentAid app that can be downloaded through the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. You can find additional information regarding the FAFSA, including deadlines and necessary tax information by clicking here.
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"At St. Thomas, you will have very personalized, attentive interactions. We'll really make a strong connection with you as you move on throughout your academic career."
— Jessica Loeb, Academic Advisor, Graduate and Online
Outside scholarships are funded by private entities which have various criteria, due dates, scholarship amounts and renewal requirements. More information on outside scholarships.
St. Thomas University Online provides this information as a courtesy to our students. However, the University has no direct affiliation with these entities. Therefore, any issues or concerns regarding these scholarships should be directed at the awarding organizations.
The University Library provides services for all St. Thomas University students, faculty and staff on-campus and online. For online students, the Library provides a number of services and resources. Library Guide for Distance Students (.PDF)
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