FAQs

If you don't find the answer to your question here, e-mail us at campusministry@stthomas.edu, call 651-962-6560, or stop by our office in 207 Anderson Student Center. 

I'm not a Catholic. Can I still be involved with the Office for Campus Ministry?

Absolutely! The Office for Campus Ministry is eager to help all students grow in faith and to encounter God who is LOVE. Students from all faith traditions are involved with our programs and we invite you to join us.

How do I become involved with the Office for Campus Ministry?

The Office for Campus Ministry includes a wide variety of programs and services from prayer and worship to music to pastoral care. Sign-up to receive our eNewsletter for a updates on all of the happenings in the Center for Ministry.  Find out about our student leadership opportunities. Browse through this website or stop by our office in ASC 207. We will be delighted to have you!

I'm not sure where I'm at in my relationship with God...can the Office for Campus Ministry help?

Our office provides a supportive environment for students seeking to grow in faith and understanding of God. We are ready to help you find resources for growing in your relationship with God. Stop by ASC 207 or email our office manager Kate Salvatore to make an appointment with a specific staff member.

Lately everything is going wrong, and I don't know where to go. Who can I talk to?

We all experience times when we need some help. Perhaps it’s just a listening ear, or a place to go to feel welcome and safe. We hope you’ll think of the Office for Campus Ministry when you need someone. The Center for Ministry offers you a place to talk one-to-one, and we can also assist you in accessing other University resources for support. Stop by ASC 207 or email our office manager Kate Salvatore to make an appointment with a specific staff member.

Meeting people at college has been hard...how can the Office for Campus Ministry help?

The Office for Campus Ministry works to build community at St. Thomas by establishing strong relationships. Students often make new and lasting friendships through retreatsliturgiesmusic and service opportunities or by spending time in our office in ASC 207.  Come in for coffee, tea, or hot chocolate and meet some new friends.