John Paul II Hall is getting ready to raise funds Operation Guatemala. Have fun helping them.
Making the transition to the "real world" made easier!
You can help a UST learning English as a second language and learn about another culture.
Nominations are due for these awards on Wednesday, April 12.
The Personal Counseling Center offers this group, which has its first meeting this week.
Students who have completed 60 or more credits must declare a major to avoid registration delays.
Dr. Brenda Powell, current director, has resigned to begin a sabbatical.
UST's Eco-Action Team is looking for some help for the April celebration.
International Tuesdays talk to focus on ‘Developing Countries and Efforts to Succeed in the Global Economy’
Dr. Jay Erstling will discuss his experiences working on a law and policy reform project in Jordan and mention similar projects in other countries.
Dr. Judith Dwyer, executive vice president, urges all students, faculty and staff to complete the survey.
Nominations are due Friday, March 17, for the Residence Life EAGLE Awards.
Men's hockey, women's basketball and track and field will compete.
The Rev. Emmanuel Katongole will give two guest lectures.
Faculty members, invite a colleague to appear "live" to your class through a video connection or meet face-to-face with colleagues to collaborate on research.
The Luann Dummer Center for Women lists grant opportunities for students, faculty and staff.
You'll need to check with the Center for Student Leadership and Activities before posting.
The University of St. Thomas' O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center and Center for Irish Studies will co-host a St. Patrick's Day Open House from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, March ...
Eleven Twin Cities fiber artists have gathered their work for this free exhibit in Terrence Murphy Hall on St. Thomas' Minneapolis campus.
Campus Ministry's VISION program is helping a youth center recover from a fire.
Personal Web pages will not be available for an hour on Sunday, March 12.
The suspect making harassing phone calls has apologized. Nicer weather is coming; use the escort service.
Massages, a forum on alcohol, and cooking classes are some of them.
Information about this new concentration will be available today at Major Field Day event.
More than 100 alumni and faculty representatives from a variety of majors and career fields will be available.