The Student Services webpage provides you with a list of resources you may need during your time at St. Thomas. Through this page, you will find links to services throughout the University from ID cards to summer housing and mail services to parking.
On-campus housing is available for students who complete a housing request form in advance. All housing costs are based on one per person/per night price. Housing will be based on availability on the date your request is received. 2017 Housing Request.
Check In/Check Out
Once you arrive on the UST campus, you will pick up your keys at the Koch Commons front desk. The Koch Commons desk is open daily (including weekends) from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Please plan your travel arrangements accordingly. If you need to make arrangements for times outside of these, you can do so by contacting the Graduate Music department at firstname.lastname@example.org THREE weeks prior to your arrival.
When you are departing from the UST campus, you must drop your keys off at the Koch Commons Desk. You must do this by 10 p.m. on the night of your check out or you will be charged for each additional night that you have the keys in your possession.
Here is the link to a campus map: http://www.stthomas.edu/campusmaps/
The 2016 Graduate Programs in Music Education summer student rate for a shared apartment is $54 per person per night. This rate includes linens.
For any maintenance or custodial problems with the room or building in which you are staying, please put in a request for service by calling the Office of Residence Life at extension (651) 962-6475 from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. If there is an emergency requiring immediate assistance, e.g. flood, loss of electrical power, fire, theft, assault or attempted assault, personal crisis or injury, contact the Public Safety Office at (651) 962-5100.
Cleaning and Housekeeping
Each resident is expected to complement the efforts of university personnel by maintaining cleanliness in both public and private areas of the residence halls and throughout campus. Lounges, common restrooms, and laundry rooms are cleaned by the housekeeping staff. Resident cooperation in keeping these areas as neat as possible is expected and appreciated. Vacuums are available to check out at the front desks of the residence halls. Linen is provided every week for all guests who stay five nights or longer.
Each room in the residence halls is equipped with a touchtone phone. Parties can reach you by dialing (651) 96x-xxxx (the number printed on your phone). To call other residence halls, simply dial just the extension number for that room.
To place a local call, dial 8 for an outside line, then the number you are calling.
The Tommie Card is the official multi-purpose identification card of the University of St. Thomas. All registered students, faculty, and staff are eligible to obtain a Tommie Card, which is utilized throughout campus (and beyond!). For more information visit the Card Office website.
In general, parking permits are not required during summer term, provided you are not parking overnight. Students staying on campus in the residence halls/apartments must park in the resident lots only.Seminary guests may park in Lot P but will need to obtain a parking permit from the front desk at the Seminary.
You can find more information at Campus Parking Information. If you are staying on campus for an extended period of time, it is highly recommended you register your car with Public Safety and Parking Services. For assistance or general questions call (651) 962-5100.
Public Safety offices on both the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses. Please feel free to contact Public Safety if you require any assistance while on campus.
- Minneapolis: 252 School of Law, Skyway Level, Monday-Friday, 8 am – 4 pm.
- St. Paul: First floor of Morrison Hall next to Lot B. Use the north entrance door, open 24/7
- Emergencies: 651-962-5555
- Non-Emergency: 651-962-5100
Emergency Notification System
Participation in the UST Emergency Notification System requires students, staff and faculty to register their cell phone numbers. This system will only be used by the university's Department of Public Safety and only in the most extreme cases involving the safety of the university community.
You are encouraged to register your cell phone in the event of a campus emergency. We advise you to become familiar with University policies and procedures particularly as they relate to your safety while on campus.