At Thomas More University, we’ll help you pursue the best version of yourself so you can give more to the world.

We know that you’re looking for a great education—but you’re also looking to find your place.

A place where you have friends and activities you love, and you’re free to explore ideas that fill you with enthusiasm. At Thomas More University, you’ll discover more of what you’re seeking. Equipped with a sense of belonging, dynamic intellectual skills, and a sense of purpose, you’ll be able to take your life and your career as far as you want it to go.

Achieve More

More career preparation…

My days at Thomas More enlightened and prepared me for the business world ahead. The Computer Information Systems and Business Administration degrees that I earned prepared me in more ways than I could have ever imagined. I know I have thrived as a result of the knowledge I gained at Thomas More.

Brian Ruschman ’00
President of C-Forward
Achieve More

More for the price of tuition…

Thomas More has given me all the tools I need to be successful and reach my full potential. The faculty and staff are always providing opportunities to grow and get involved. I loved my time at (Thomas More University), I am so grateful that I got to spend my four years here!

Mckenna Clark ’21
Thomas More Alumna
Lead More

More Integrity…

I started reading about different schools and one line in Thomas More’s mission statement, talks about integrity; that this is the school that they live by. They teach it [integrity], all of that and I’m like that’s where I want to go. So I called, made an appointment, and five years later here I am working on my master’s.

Holly Jenkins ’22
President at Restart Your Life, Inc.

Collaborative research opportunities…

Getting undergraduate students involved is the most important aspect of research at Thomas More. The research is exciting but the best part of any project is having the opportunity to collaborate with our talented and dedicated students.

William (Bill) Wetzel, Ph.D.
Department Chair and Faculty, Chemistry
Grow More

More critical thinking…

The rigorous liberal arts curriculum has served me well in my career and everyday life. Most importantly, I learned to be a critical thinker. The caring faculty and staff inspired me to expand my world view and to challenge preconceived ideas. At Thomas More I learned that to live is to adapt and grow. The liberal arts provide the means and the skills to make that growth happen.

Dave Schroeder ’90
Executive Director, Kenton County Public Library

Building upon success…

I feel very lucky to have gone to Thomas More because it reminded me of what a faith-based education can provide.

Yvan Demosthenes Jr. ’04
CEO, HamiltonDemo

Grow and discover…

Brianna shared this during her commencement address, “Thomas More has been a wonderful place to grow my ability, discover my identity, and meet the people I call my closest friend. … Not only did we persevere through the demands of pursuing higher education but we also advocate for minorities, feed the hungry, and participate in cleaning up our environment. We thrived even through the COVID 19 pandemic and now we stand here today celebrating our accomplishments.”

Brianna Hoegermeyer ’22
Presidential Award honoree
Live More

More options to fit your lifestyle…

My experience at Thomas More began in 1979 when I worked at The Community Bank in Erlanger and realized that in order to reach my career goals, I needed to further my education. In addition to my family responsibilities, I worked full time and was an active volunteer in the community. I am grateful to Thomas More for offering programs to adult non-conventional students such as myself. As a result of my positive experience, I continue to be an advocate for Thomas More.

Kathy Collins
Former VP of Private Banking, Fifth Third Bank

More than a college…

Thomas More felt different than other colleges. There was a warm feeling that I got from it that brought comfort. Thomas More is so much more than a university; it is a home to me.

Seth Sherman ’22
Art major
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More personal attention…

One of my favorite things about this school is the relationships I’m able to cultivate with my professors. Majoring in biology has proven to be difficult, but because of my great professors and the help they offer, I’ve been able to understand the content and succeed. While college can be stressful, it’s always been beneficial to know that there is help–through the tutoring centers or the office hours with professors.

Sophie McVay

Degree symbolizes excellence…

Being in an environment [Brighton Center] where I’m putting my degree to good work and giving back to my community is something really special for me.

Henry Driscoll ’23

A faculty that believes in you…

When I was starting my college search, I wasn’t sure if I would be successful at the college level. When I visited Thomas More, I was welcomed by the faculty and admissions staff, and they encouraged and made me feel that they believed in me. Since then, I have continued to have support and encouragement from the faculty and staff and am excited to see where my Thomas More education will lead me.

Emma Zink ’23
Exercise Science major
Grow More

More self-discovery…

My time here has been life changing. It’s fueled my road to self-discovery and pushed me to new experiences and limits. After my first year here, I’ve found an amazing friend group with an array of personalities. In addition to this, I’ve begun to form my own thoughts and opinions about the world around me. With the wide range of disciplines offered here at Thomas More, I feel as if I’m growing as a person rather than just academically. My peers and mentors are helping me become the best I can possibly be.

David Moore ’24

Small by choice…

We (Thomas More University) are small in size, there is no doubt about that, but the projects we can pull off with our undergraduate students are unmatched!

Jyoti Saraswat, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Mathematics & Physics
Transform More

More personal transformation…

A college education isn’t supposed to be a hoop to jump through or a box to check in order to get a good job. Education is a transformative endeavor, not a transactional exchange. It is a community, not a commodity.

Joe Chillo, L.P.D.
Thomas More University President

Motivated to grow…

Max prayed these words during his Commencement Invocation, “Through the Holy Spirit, our hard work and discipline has been multiplied. We pray for the motivation to continue growing in our discipline, to grow closer to You (God). Bless us graduates as we pursue Your will in unexpected ways.”

Maximillian (Max) Hennessey ’22
First-Generation Student Award honoree
Win More

More championship games…

Tomas said about winning a Rugby national championship, “I didn’t know if it was going to happen, but I definitely wanted that and I worked for that so it made that moment really emotional with my family and with Matias and Hudson because the three of us worked really hard to try to get a chance like that. And to see you put in a lot of hard work and when you get it, it’s a really emotional and a really happy moment.”

Tomas Casares ’22

Be the light of truth…

Thomas More was a very welcoming community, very friendly. That personal connection with professors, staff, and students was great for my field of study.

Sophia Hermosilla ’24

A Lasting Legacy…

Forty years ago, Thomas More was a special place and today it remains a special place. It remains a special place because of the people walking the halls of this University daily. The passion and dedication of the professors for the students that they serve can be felt throughout these hallowed halls.

Garren Colvin ’86
President & CEO, St. Elizabeth Healthcare

More than a number…

I knew that when I went back to school (as an adult learner), that I needed to be a student and not a number. As soon as I walked into this building, after the first class, I felt that I was capable of doing this.

Lori Eifert Knochelmann ’15
Project Home Coordinator McKinney-Vento Homeless program, Covington Independent Public Schools

An affordable, private, Catholic university

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Our faculty and scholars invest significant time getting to know each student—encouraging, challenging, and supporting them to develop their unique skills and talents. As a result, our students launch into life with the problem solving, critical thinking skills, and sense of purpose they need to land meaningful jobs and lead thriving lives.

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Come meet the Thomas More community on a fun, personalized visit, and you’ll receive a $1,000 extra scholarship upon admission.

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95% of graduates are either employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.

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financial aid

100% of traditional students receive some form of financial aid.

Our faculty and scholars invest significant time getting to know each student—encouraging, challenging, and supporting them to develop their unique skills and talents. As a result, our students launch into life with the problem solving, critical thinking skills, and sense of purpose they need to land meaningful jobs and lead thriving lives.

Undergraduate Programs

You need a university that will equip you for your whole life. Thomas More University prepares students from all walks of life for all kinds of lives, whether they are in pursuit of starting their careers straight out of school, going on to law or medical school, or becoming an entrepreneur.

Thomas More University Students in classroom

Graduate Programs

Thomas More offers graduate programs that will help take your expertise to the next level.

Thomas More University alum Jason Payne

Programs for Working Adults

Thomas More’s programs for working adults are specifically designed to meet the needs of people with busy lives. It’s time to begin the best investment of your life at Thomas More.

Thomas More University DGP alums

With 30 sports teams, there’s no shortage of school spirit at Thomas More. We are proud to be a provisional member of the NCAA.
Go Saints!

Come & See
why students say it feels different here.

Most students who visit choose Thomas More. Being on campus sparks confidence they’re making the right choice.

News & Events

Centennial Book Series – Volume II

Professor Emeritus Ray Hebert introduces a historical accounting focused on Thomas More’s past athletic achievements in the recently published “Student Athletes and Athletics Programs at Thomas More University: Post-World War II to 2023.” To order volumes I and II, use the link below.

Fall 2025 Early Admission Now Underway

Kick off or continue your college search at Thomas More. Preview Day is July 11. Get a head start by applying/visiting now to qualify for more scholarships. Interested in transferring for fall 2024? We have an event for you too!

Summer Alumni Art Series Continues

Judith Stiens returns to the gallery with Favorite Places, Favorite Things. Dates and reception times are available on the gallery webpage.