The value of a Thames at Mitchell College education begins with your first semester on campus and continues through your college years, future career, and life.
When you become a student at Thames, you will:
Be welcomed into a compassionate and supportive community.
Learn proven strategies for college success. With professional advisors and tutors, learning specialists who are experts in their fields, professors who love what they teach and invest deeply in students’ lives, and a success network that extends across campus, you will learn in an inclusive environment that is uniquely designed for student success.
Take college classes for credit as you are ready.
Work at a pace of change that is just right for you.
Live on a college campus and access all that college has to offer: Intramurals & Club Sports • Theater • Chorus • Dance/Cheer • Leadership & Service • Residence & Student Life • Academic & Social Clubs • Campus Events • Cheering on our Championship NCAA Mariners
Visit Your Personal Portal
You’ll find your personal enrollment checklist in your portal, so you know exactly what you still need to do to make your deposit and complete enrollment! Log in at Admissions Portal.
One-on-One Online Chats
Financial Aid Chats
Financial Aid counselors are available via online chat to answer any questions you have about affording your Mitchell College education. Let us know when you and/or your parents would like to set up a face-to-face conversation here!
Are you an accepted student almost ready to commit to Thames at Mitchell? You’re invited to join us for this informative and fun On-Campus Event for Accepted Thames Students!
Thursday, May 13 from 10:30am-12:30pm (eastern daylight time).
“The faculty and staff inspired me because, when I was feeling stressed, their words and confidence would remind me that with a little hard work and determination, I could do anything I put my mind to.”
– Jake April ’20, Thames at Mitchell and Mitchell alum, B.S. Business Administration
“I am proud of myself for how hard I work to get good grades. At Thames, I learned how to advocate for myself, which was a challenge in high school. Now, if I need help with my assignments, I ask.”
– Christa Mancuso, Thames at Mitchell and now Mitchell College student