IRS-trained and certified volunteers in the VITA Program will help undergraduate students and qualifying community members get ready for Uncle Sam.
The center helps students in all stages of the writing process. Appointments are recommended; help also is available online. Peer consultants help students develop ideas, organize, revise.
There is a league for beginners and one for veterans. There is no fee; just show up and sign up.
January Term 2010 courses will be announced, and participants can learn about semester and yearlong programs, and internship opportunities abroad.
This committee welcomes applications from students of all faiths to serve the spiritual needs of the UST community. The application deadline is Friday, Feb. 20.
Students who are considering withdrawing from all classes at UST and who are receiving federal financial aid should talk to a financial aid counselor before withdrawing from courses.
Deadline to apply is tomorrow, Feb. 12!
To be considered for state grant funds for spring semester, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be received by Tuesday, March 3.
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Representatives from religious communities will answer questions. Later, Dr. John Martens, Theology, will speak on "The Apostle Paul's Call
Passes are good for an advanced screening of the film on Feb. 12 in Roseville.
The bus will leave at 1 p.m. Saturday from St. Thomas Academy in Mendota Heights and will return immediately after the game.
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars and the Society of Professional Journalists will host a discussion of media ethics. All students, faculty, staff and community members are welcome.
Students, faculty and staff can vote online through Friday, Feb. 13.
Dr. Lawrence Potter highlights student presentations in February that also provide underrepresented college students an opportunity to network with other scholars and faculty.