Thomas More College is a small liberal arts college with a big reputation among educators and experts alike. A consistent top finisher in the U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” edition, Thomas More has also been included in Money magazine’s “Best College Buys” issue. Thomas More also was recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for Advancement of Teaching as a “selective liberal arts college.”
Founded in 1921, by the Benedictine Sisters as Villa Madonna College, Thomas More now serves approximately 1,800 full- and part-time students from across the country and around the world on its beautiful campus in Crestview Hills, Kentucky, just minutes from downtown Cincinnati. A learning center for TAP is located on the north side of town in Blue Ash, Ohio.
Thomas More College —TAP—The Accelerated Program
The Thomas More College Accelerated Program (TAP) provides the opportunity for working adults to further their secondary education business studies through a keenly focused program that enables students to make timely progress on their degree, while working full time. Whether just beginning your college career or seeking to add an MBA to your credentials, TAP has a program for you.
Students can earn an Associate's, Bachelor's or Master's degree in Business Administration through this intensive program designed for the fast-track progress toward a degree.
- Associate of Elected Studies
- Bachelor of Business Administration
- Master of Business Administration
- Bachelor of Business Administration in Health Care Management
Born out of the need to allow adults to continue working while going to school full time, the TAP schedule features classes that meet just once a week and invaluable group-study project teams that emphasize interaction and participation.
*Programs are only offered in certain zip codes.
Grants, student loans, and work-study opportunities are available to qualified students from the federal government. Students must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order for the Thomas More Financial Aid Office to determine their eligibility for federal aid.