Resources for Neighbors
|Macalester-Groveland Community Council||651-695-4000|
|Union Park District Council||651-645-6887|
|Department of Safety and Inspection (City Code Enforcement)||651-266-8989|
|Ramsey County Property Tax Information||651-266-2000|
|UST Public Safety and Parking Services||651-962-5100|
| UST Public Safety and Parking Services
|UST University Relations||651-962-6400|
|UST Neighborhood Liaison, Amy Gage||651-962-6123|
Public Event Information
Visit the St. Thomas Newsroom and click at the top of the page on "Events" to read about Public, Featured, Club, Alumni, Athletic and Religious events.
Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex
St. Thomas provides 100 memberships that neighbors may purchase to use the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex (AARC) on the main campus.
Members must be 18 years old. Please note that AARC generally is closed when the university is closed (over Christmas break, for example), so be aware of the restrictions before making your purchase.
Visit the AARC website to buy a community membership. Click "I Don't Have a UST ID" after you hit the "Sign Up" button on the right.
The gym, located just west of the Cretin and Grand avenue intersection, offers recreational opportunities at reasonable family prices. For information on gym and pool offerings call 651-962-5925 or visit the McCarthy Gym Website.
O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center
Neighbors of the University of St. Thomas may borrow books from the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library with a valid Friends of the Library card. A neighbor is any adult at least 18 years old who lives south of Highway 94, north of Jefferson Avenue, west of Fairview Avenue,and east of the Mississippi River. Click here for more information.
This office keeps up-to-date information on athletic events at www.tommiesports.com For game results call the Tommie Ticker at 651-962-5940.
Post Office and Shipping
Stamps, money orders, postal services, Federal Express and fax services are all available in the lower level of the Murray-Herrick Campus Center. Call the Post Office at 651-962-6350 or Shipping and Receiving at 651-962-6355 or visit the Campus Mail Services Website.
The Selim Center for Learning in Later Years
The Selim Center (formerly the Center for Senior Citizen Education) is a community outreach program which presents educational and cultural programs specifically designed to foster and support lifelong learning. For information call 651-962-5188, refer to http://www.stthomas.edu/selimcenter/, or visit the office in Loras Hall 309.