Evening UST MBA
The Evening UST MBA Office of Student Services provides academic advising, identification of and direction to various St. Thomas resources and co-curricular programming to help you succeed both inside and outside of the classroom. We also understand the challenge of balancing your school responsibilities with your family, work and personal life; our goal is to help you navigate your MBA experience in the best manner for you. If we can’t help, we’ll do our best to find the person or office that can.
Program advisers are assigned to each student from the time they are accepted into the program until they walk across the stage at commencement. They are students’ first point of contact for guidance and questions during their program, and also maintain excellent web resources in Blackboard so students can find most information and answers during off hours as well.
A monthly newsletter, The Evening News, also keeps students informed about upcoming events, registration news, volunteer opportunities, professional associations and much more.
To connect to the broader OCB graduate business community outside the classroom, the student services team plans and manages several activities and events each year. Co-curricular programming includes:
Two Friday evenings during the fall and spring semesters.
Free beer, wine, soft drinks and pizza while you listen to a prominent speaker and network with your peers.
Graduate Business Career Camp & Career Skills seminars
Typically one Saturday morning each fall and spring semesters.
Examples of topics include: networking, resume writing, salary negotiation, using LinkedIn and managing your personal brand.
Happy Half Hour
Networking breaks offered fall and spring semesters on the Minneapolis campus.
E-Trax (Elective Track) information sessions
Offered fall and spring semesters during Happy Half Hour. Pick up information about elective tracks. Advisors will be available for Q&A.
UST MBA Event Outings
Social opportunities to attend a sporting or entertainment event with fellow students, staff and faculty.
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