Organize, then relax.
Please use this checklist to complete your enrollment process, register for Orientation and mark your calendar for Navigate. Since information is updated throughout the summer, please check back from time to time.
DEPOSIT TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE
A non-refundable deposit of $1500 is required to confirm your son or daughter’s decision to attend Thames. Deposits and tuition payments
be made by cash, check, money order, Discover, MasterCard or through a monthly payment plan. Payments may be made online or mailed to:
437 Pequot Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Make a payment
For questions and more information about payment plans, please contact the Bursar at Bursar@mitchell.edu or 860-701-5061.
SUBMIT REQUIRED ENROLLMENT FORMS
Roommate Placement Questionnaire
Student Health Form - Schedule a physical exam and collect a copy of immunization record.
Overview Financial Responsibility and Authorization Forms
Financial Responsibility Agreement (with agreement of parent or other representative)
Financial Responsibility Agreement
Student Authorization Form
We recommend students entering Thames complete and submit an initial Disability Student Services Request for Services form
STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE FORM
Your son or daughter must have health insurance coverage while attending Thames Academy. Please click here to learn more about health insurance requirements, and either enroll in the College's program or provide proof of insurance coverage.
MOVE IN and STUDENT AND PARENT ORIENTATION
Move-in is on August 21 (times coming soon).
Student and Parent Orientation begins on August 21 at at 3:30pm and ends on August 22. Registration for Orientation is required! Families are invited, but we will need to know who will be attending with you. There will be time set aside to shop for last minute items locally.
THAMES NAVIGATE PROGRAM
The Navigate program is an extended learning opportunity required for all incoming Thames students (no registration). The daily program promotes academic and social awareness, which in turn provides confidence and familiarity as students begin their journeys toward college.