Graduate policies are designed to provide guidance to students at the University of St. Thomas. It is recommended you check with your College or School, in addition to the University Graduate Academic Policies, regarding your questions and concerns. To know more click here.
Opportunities to continue exploring outside the classroom are supported through the Grants and Research Office on campus. This office supports student and faculty initiatives throughout the year. To learn more about research opportunities at the University of St. Thomas, visit the Grants and Research Office website. To know more click here.
With more than 65 countries represented in our student population at the University of St. Thomas, we are eager to welcome you to your “home away from home.” We feel you will find your needs are met in and out of the classroom in a culturally rich community of the Twin Cities. To know more click here.
Graduate education is an investment in you and your future. We understand the need to be well informed regarding financing options. Our staff is prepared to discuss your options and is available on the St. Paul and Minneapolis campus. Click here.
Numerous off-campus housing options exist near the University of St. Thomas. Off-Campus Student Services at the University of St. Thomas provides resources to assist students seeking housing. To know more click here.
The University St. Thomas is committed to providing a rich educational experience for veteran students inside and outside of the classroom.
As a Military Friendly School, we recruit and enroll Veterans, as well as provide support services to help assure academic success. To know more click here.
The University of St. Thomas offers services to qualified students with disabilities and provides reasonable and appropriate accommodations necessary for physical, academic and social accessibility. These services may include counseling, pre-screening and referral services, accommodation and academic assistance, interagency coordination and advocacy services. For more information, students with disabilities may contact Disability Resources, (651) 962-6315. To know more click here.
Questions regarding student records, academic history, registration information and procedures, and academic policies should be directed to the University Registrar’s Office. With offices on the Minneapolis and St. Paul campus, our staff are prepared to assist you. To know more click here.