Providing individualized conferences with undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni on writing, reading, and critical thinking.
The Renaissance Program Professional Minor is composed of six courses from a wide range of professional and pre-professional areas. Students select from required courses according to personal interest and career plan.
Participants may elect a major field of study in Humanities, Social Sciences or Natural Sciences. Majors from the College of Business or from Health and Human Performance are not eligible for this program.
Participants complete an internship in a career-related field. Students are encouraged to be creative and to search for inventive ways of gaining practical work experience.
The student-edited art and literary magazine of the University of St. Thomas.
Subject guides serve as a starting point for research. They recommend sources of background information, indexes to periodical articles, web sites, and other print and electronic resources. For additional assistance with your English research, contact the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library liaison, Talia Nadir.
A great calendar of literary readings scheduled throughout the Twin Cities, sponsored by Rain Taxi Review of Books.
A listing of theater groups in the Twin Cities. Clicking on a link will take you to that theater's homepage.
Highlights the ACTC visiting writers program and the ACTC creative writing topics course that regularly rotates between the five area colleges.