Are you interested in applying to become a student at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology? You're in the right place! Information on the application process is below.
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Proof of Residency
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology requires all students to be a resident of Pennsylvania, with established residency for a minimum of one year prior to applying for admission. Exceptions regarding residency will only be granted to military veterans. You may be asked to submit proof of residency in the following forms: Pennsylvania driver’s license, Pennsylvania vehicle registration, graduation from a Pennsylvania high school within the last twelve (12) months, Pennsylvania ID card, or a lease or mortgage statement.
A minimum high school GPA of a 2.0 or higher is required for admission consideration.
Submit a non-refundable application fee of $45. This fee may be submitted after you complete your online application.
All students must possess a high school diploma or GED prior to beginning classes. Submit an official high school transcript or proof of GED. Documents may be sent via the following methods – mail, email or digital drop box:
- Mail: Thaddeus Stevens College c/o Admissions Office, 750 E. King Street, Lancaster, PA 17602
- File Upload: upload your files to the Admissions Office.
If applicable, please submit SAT/ACT scores and/or a transcript from previous college coursework (if submitting a college transcript, please request an official copy from your previous college/institution). If submitting SAT scores, our benchmarks are:
- Math: 510+
- Reading/Writing: 460+
- Math: 530+
- Reading/Writing: 480+
Meeting these benchmarks could potentially eliminate the need for an applicant to complete our required entrance exam. For more information on the entrance exam, please email or call 717-391-6940.
Applicants who are requesting accommodations due to a medical, physical, learning, or other disability should provide documentation in electronic format to Debra A. Schuch, Counselor and Accessibility Coordinator:
General Application - for the fall of 2022
Readmit Application - for those who have attended TSCT previously
Workforce & Economic Development Center Application - short-term programs.
College in the High School Application - college credits at participating high schools
* The Early Enrollment application deadline has passed (March 1). The fall of 2023 application for early enrollment will be available this August.
Once all of the required documentation has been submitted, further communication will follow regarding the next steps in the application process.
Interested in checking on the status of your application? Information is available on the MyStevens applicant portal.