Student Resources

Advertising Club & Organization Events

You can advertise your club or organization event in the Anderson Student Center (ASC) with an atrium banner and/or an electronic poster on the video display boards. Banners and video posters may be displayed for a maximum of two weeks (based on availability) prior to specific event or general announcements. All events must be approved before banners or posters can be submitted. Reserve banner space in the Department of Campus Life office located at ASC 325. Make your poster in the PR Room in the Frank and Judy Sunberg Leadership Center. Directions and link to submit your electronic flyer can be found here.

Frank and Judy Sunberg Student Leadership Center

The Frank and Judy Sunberg Leadership Center is especially designed to provide all St. Thomas students with the materials and gathering space they need to enhance their leadership potential. University of St. Thomas students may use this collaborative space for meetings, event planning and social space. The center houses office space for Hana, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG), St. Thomas Activities and Recreation (STAR) and the Aquinas Yearbook. Stop by and visit with other student leaders anytime.  

Program Resource Room (PR Room)

The PRR is filled with door tag, poster & banner making supplies. The purpose of the room is to encourage involvement in campus activities & promote campus community . PRR is located on the 3rd floor of the Anderson Student Center in Room 316 in the Frank and Judy Sunberg Leadership Center.
More Information about the PR Room

Tommie Central

Tommie Central is located on the first floor of the Anderson Student Center and is a great place to pick up discount movie tickets, as well as Valley Fair, Wild, Twins, Timberwolves and theatre shows. Along with discount tickets, Tommie Central also rents out equipment which allows you to experience Minnesota’s great outdoors.

More information about the Tommie Central

Hana

Hana is an overarching multicultural student organization that represents St. Thomas' U.S. students of color. In addition to providing support and helping students develop new relationship Hana cultivates multicultural awareness through programming and other advocacy initiatives. The Hana organization promotes the creation of a welcoming, respectful and inclusive campus community. To that end, Hana welcomes all St. Thomas students to their meetings and events.

For more information about Hana

STAR

STAR is the student programming board for the University. We are allocated a portion of the student activity fee and use that money to plan programs in the areas of lectures, music, entertainment, expeditions, community building, cultural celebration, and various special events. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for students to interact and develop relationships outside of the classroom walls, but still within the St. Thomas community.

For more information about STAR

Undergraduate Student Government

As the governing body of the St. Thomas undergraduate student population, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) is dedicated to advocating student concerns by working faculty, staff, the administration, community leaders, and fellow students to promote positive change while staying true to the Catholic identity of the institution.

For more information about the Undergraduate Student Government