HR at Thomas More College

Academic Services

Academic Advising
Academic advising at Thomas More College is broken into two sections. Incoming freshmen attending a First Year Seminar (FYS) class will have their instructor as their advisor until they declare a major (done during the last part of the first semester). After the major is declared, students will be assigned an advisor in their major department. Students who do not have to take FYS, transfer students and adult students will be assigned a faculty advisor upon entrance to Thomas More College.

Aimee Zimmer
Registrar's Office
(859) 344-3380
registrar@thomasmore.edu

Disability Services
Disability Services helps students who need special accommodations for academic success. Accommodations include: extended time for exams and in-class assignments, exams given in quiet distraction free areas, note takers and textbooks in alternative formats.

John Hennessey
Coordinator for Academic Support Services
Academic Support Services, room 3336
(859) 344-3507
hennesj@thomasmore.edu

Student Grievances
We encourage students who have grievances inside and outside the classroom to share them with the appropriate contact for resolution. For academic grievances, students should see the Academic Dean. For non-academic grievances, please contact the Dean of Students.

Dr. John Wolper
Academic Dean
Academic Affairs Office
(859) 344-3305
john.wolper@thomasmore.edu
William J. Neater III, Ed.D
Dean of Student Affairs
Main Administration Building
(859) 344-40696
neaterw@thomasmore.edu

Tutoring Services
Free tutorial assistance is available for all Thomas More College students. In addition to the Sommerkamp Academic Tutoring Center (located in Thomas More College Student Center), there is also a Writing Center (room 2209, 344-3382) and a Math/Physics Center (room S-215).

John Hennessey
Coordinator for Academic Support Services
Academic Support Services, room 3336
(859) 344-3507
hennesj@thomasmore.edu

Student Services

Athletics
Athletics fields men's and women's teams in 10 different sports. Athletics also supports their students in their academic and social pursuits.

Terry Connor
Athletics Director, Connor Convocation Center (CCC)
(859) 344-3308
terry.connor@thomasmore.edu

Campus Health Center
The Campus Nurse provides medical attention to Thomas More College students confidentially and free of charge. Services include: rapid strep tests, blood sugar screening, wound/cold care and educational resources.

Tammy Schatzman
Campus Nurse, 110 Thomas More College Student Center
(859) 344-3529
tammy.schatzman@thomasmore.edu

Campus Housing/Residence Life
Residence Life is committed to creating a community environment that fosters the intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual growth of the students who live on-campus at Thomas More College.

Kevin Reynolds
Dean of Student Engagement
Main Administration Building
(859) 344-3572
reynolk@thomasmore.edu

Campus Ministry
Campus Ministry stresses the sacred. Activities include: More Ministry (a student organization), retreats, prayer services, liturgy and service learning/volunteer opportunities.

Robert Shearn
Campus Ministry, Mary, Seat of Wisdom Chapel
(859) 344-3683
robert.shearn@thomasmore.edu

Campus Safety
Campus Safety maintains crime, traffic and accident reports, as well as issuing parking permits and keeping the Thomas More campus safe for all faculty, staff, students and visitors.

Robert Marshall
Director of Campus Safety, Thomas More College Student Center Lobby
(859) 344-4079
robert.marshall@thomasmore.edu

Career Planning / Co-op
The Career Planning Center provides assistance for career decision-making and development. Services include: career counseling/assessment, job fairs and postings, cooperative education programs and mock interviews/resume writing.

Julie Mueller
Career Planning and Co-Op Center, 111 Thomas More College Student Center
(859) 344-3386
julie.mueller@thomasmore.edu

Counseling Center
Counseling Center staff members are qualified professionals who meet with Thomas More College students to talk over concerns, issues or problems. Services are free of charge and strictly confidential. Staff are experienced in a wide variety of areas such as: depression, eating disorders, relationship problems, self-esteem issues, stress/anxiety and study skills.

Veronice Lubee
Campus Counselor
(859) 344-3521
veronica.lubbe@thomasmore.edu

Financial Aid
The Office of Financial Aid works to keep tuition affordable for students and their families by providing access to scholarships, loans, work study and federal and state aid.

Mary Givhan
Director of Financial Aid, Administration Building 3209
(859) 344-3531
mary.givhan@thomasmore.edu

International Student Services
The Office of International Admissions serves the international student population in the following capacities: international application review, Form I-20 issuance and application for F-1 visa and Optional/Curricular Practical Training. Once an international student is on campus, the Student Life office will continue to work with them as needed.

Elliott Nickeson
Coordinator of Admissions Services
Administration Building
(859) 344-3517
nickese@thomasmore.edu

Office of Diversity & Inclusion
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion offers students a place to express their culture, learn about other cultures, participate in cultural events and experience fun social activities with fellow students.

William J. Neater III, Ed.D
Dean of Student Affairs
Main Administration Building
(859) 344-40696
neaterw@thomasmore.edu

Student Activities
The Student Activities office provides social, multicultural, entertaining and educational activities for Thomas More College students and other interested members of the Campus Community.

Kevin Reynolds
Dean of Student Engagement
Main Administration Building
(859) 344-3572
reynolk@thomasmore.edu