New Athletic Director


After an extensive search, Thomas College is proud to announce the hiring of David Roussel '93 for the position of Athletic Director (seen here being interviewed by WABI TV 5).

To read the article in the Morning Sentinelclick here

Campus Events

ChamberMid-Maine Chamber Monthly Breakfast Series 


Thursday, January 12, 7:30 a.m. in the Atrium. The new face of DECD - Business Friendly. Deb Neuman, Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Economic and Community Development, joins us to talk about the many ways State Government is working to be more "business friendly" and how the State can help you start and expand your business in Maine. To register or for more information, click here.


PechKucha Maine

will be on campus January 20 at 6 p.m. PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public.  Admission is $5.00 per person and free for students.  For more information, please click here.


The American Legion Annual Constitutional Speech Competition


will be held on Saturday, February 25, 2012, at 9:30 a.m. in the Thomas College auditorium. 

For more information, click here.


Grant Parks Heath Hall
Under Renovations
While the students are on winter break, improvements to GPH are being made for their return. 
We'll keep you    
posted as the work continues! 


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Greetings from Thomas!


January 1, 2012 is rapidly approaching, giving us a reason to reflect on a terrific year at Thomas.  

  • The Harold Alfond Foundation awarded Thomas College a $5 million challenge grant to support a new academic center and library, as well as an endowed scholarship fund.
  • Over $400,000 in merit scholarships were awarded to first-year students.
  • Redesign and expansion of the Student Commons Dining Center and Function Room were completed.
  • Thomas was one of ten colleges and universities chosen to participate in the 2012 India Initiative of the International Academic Partnership Program through the Institute of International Education.  
  • Homecoming & Family Weekend was attended by more than 500 alumni, friends of the College, and students with their family members.
  • A new website for the College can be found here.

From all of us at Thomas, we wish you a very happy and joyous new year!


- Jennifer

Jennifer Buker

Director of Public Relations



Thomas Students Lend a Hand


Students from Thomas College athletic teams lent a helping hand to the gift-giving program through the Maine Children's Home for Little Wanderers in Waterville. They helped to load more than 1,600 gift boxes into trucks heading to children this holiday season through the agency's Christmas Program. This one-of-a-kind program provides new toys, books, games, and new, warm clothing to qualifying disadvantaged children throughout Maine.




"We have been able to help the Home for Little Wanderers for the last two years with this program, and the teams really feel good about helping out," said Coach Greg King.  For more information about the Terriers, click here.




 Thomas Students Graduate from the

Maine Criminal Justice Academy 



On January 16, with hundreds of family members and law enforcement from around the state, four students from Thomas graduated from the training program at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.


Michael E. Armstrong '11, Thomas J. Ellis '11, Thomas J. Hamilton '11, and Jesse B. Peasley '11 all successfully finished the rigorous program. They were reminded, "You cannot and will not be able to do this job on your own. You will need your friends, family, and fellow officers for support," by Class President Warden Troy A. Thibodeau.


After being addressed by Secretary of State Charlie Summers, each one of the students had his or her badge pinned on by a family member and a member of law enforcement. Thomas Professor Steven Giorgetti, formerly the Director at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy, assisted in pinning each one of the Thomas students.


The ceremony ended with all of the new officers reciting the oath they are sworn to uphold: "On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character, or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the Constitution, my community, and the agency I serve."



Congratulations to all of the graduates!


Top image - the crowd at graduation.

Bottom image (L to R) - Michael E. Armstrong '11, Thomas J. Ellis '11, Professor Steven Giorgetti, Thomas J. Hamilton '11, and Jesse B. Peasley '11

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Be sure to come out and support the Men's and Women's basketball teams this year! 


The men's team has been chosen the preseason favorite to win the NAC men's basketball title in a vote conducted by the League's coaches. Click here to read more about it.
The women's team has been ranked 8th this year with new head coach Ted Rioux.  Click here to read more about it.
For the schedule of games or to follow the progress of both teams, please visit our athletics page by clicking here