Employee billing statements are produced exclusively in an electronic format (eBill).
Lapsley, who fought apartheid and was badly injured in an assassination attempt, and who later assisted with South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, will give the Havel Symposium lecture Oct. 9 on the challenges of citizenship.
University employees and their guests are invited to this annual celebrationt, which will be Father Dennis Dease’s last as president of St. Thomas.
UST Libraries currently provide access to 56,938 electronic journals and have 1,700 active print or microfilm journal subscriptions; in addition, access is provided to 282 electronic databases, including several new ones for this academic year.
If your FAFSA is received after Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012, you will not be eligible to receive a state grant for fall term, but may still receive state grant funds for subsequent terms.
Starting Monday, Sept. 17, all bikes locked to objects other than bike racks will be removed at the owner’s expense.
MyHealth Portal is designed to assist students in managing their health care needs.
Burn calories, tone and energize. Possibilities include: Jazzercise, Sculpt, Spinning, TRX, Basic and Intermediate Yoga, and Zumba classes.
The program is co-sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, the Justice and Peace Studies Program and the St. Paul Interfaith Network.
Starting Sept. 5, students, faculty and staff can sign up for fall intramural sports. There are many new offerings this year, as well as the same fall sports as last year. Anyone with a valid UST ID is eligible to participate.
Father Dennis Dease reflected on his 21 years as president of St. Thomas in his academic convocation address Tuesday afternoon in OEC auditorium. It was Dease’s final convocation speech, as he will retire next June 30.
The University of St. Thomas Department of Public Safety has issued an alert regarding three recent incidents that occurred near the downtown Minneapolis campus. All three incidents occurred on the 900 block of Hawthorne Avenue.
The exhibit features 80 works by St. John’s master potter Richard Bresnahan and four of his former apprentices. The opening lecture and reception are Oct. 4.
The workshops are designed to help employees of all ages clarify their retirement goals and identify the steps needed to achieve them.
University policy states that undergraduate students who do not attend the first day of class may be dropped from class rosters at the discretion of the instructor.
After 30 years of service to the University of St. Thomas, Bruce Van den Berghe, associate vice president for auxiliary services, will retire effective Oct. 5. “Bruce has been a key player in this institution for a long time,” said Mark Vangsgard vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer. “Most people do not realize that he is responsible for so many things.”
Organist David Jenkins will perform the first of five recitals on Sept. 16.
The symposium is co-sponsored by the university’s Holloran Center on Ethical Leadership in the Professions and the St. Thomas Law Journal.