Tuition rates will rise 3.9 percent beginning this summer for undergraduate students – the same increase as this year and tied for the second-lowest rate increase in 21 years – and graduate program tuition will rise an average of 3.4 percent.
On a frigid afternoon in February 1986, civil rights activist Rosa Parks visited St. Thomas, sharing a hopeful message of peace and equality.
A passion project becomes a delicious success for Monique Volz ’11.
Chloé Knutson ’16 is a gearhead ... and so much more.
Junior Meredith Heneghan traveled to “a place of pure magic,” a permaculture farm in southern California, for a January Term VISION trip. She found, as she describes today in The Scroll, that she needed to experience “arriving” before she could handle more manual tasks.
Kayden Hoang Bui '13 currently is teaching English in Thailand through a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship.
Sandra Pulles '11 has continued to build upon the foundation she started here at St. Thomas: making sure students have the skills to succeed in math and reading.
Graduate students from 22 states, and from outstate Minnesota, now are enrolled in the university’s online programs in special education.
A senior majoring in entrepreneurship and business communications, she has been involved as a student leader at St. Thomas in a variety of ways, including as a Morrison Hall apartment coordinator, first-year commuter advisor, president of Delta Sigma Pi, and co-captain of the women’s and men’s swim and dive team.
Photographer Mike Ekern explored WineHaven, a Chisago City winery and vineyard run by Kyle Peterson.
Two family-run wineries have found their niche in a busy and rapidly expanding marketplace.
The forum began as a two-hour video conference in the 1980s and is now the nation’s leading conference for advancing diversity in the workplace.
A new Web page and advertising campaign encourages people to join in thought-provoking discussions and debates on questions that are frequently asked, but rarely addressed.
Along the way, this young political scientist and church historian has emerged as a trusted resource for reporters the world over.
She has worked at St. Thomas for 24 years, mostly in the Alumni Office.
Michael Naughton, Ph.D., interim director of the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas, received the Monika K. Hellwig Award for “exceptional work as a scholar and commitment to advance Catholic social thought for the common good.”
The organizational structure of the Provost's Office now reflects three working groups: Academic Affairs, Colleges and Schools, and Administrative Affairs.
Nick Dahlen '16 finds "faith, and trust, and pixie dust" under the big top at Circus Juventas.
Interim vice president for student affairs, Karen Lange, reflects on the sudden death of sophomore Erik Nielsen and the campus-wide response to the tragedy.
For these alumni, the UST School of Law's focus on social justice blends with their own personal values.
As UST School of Law expands beyond the J.D., new students are driven by their passion to make the world a better place.
A brown bag luncheon to discuss St. Thomas’ efforts to develop a comprehensive brand strategy for the university will be held at noon on Thursday, Feb. 5, in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium on the St. Paul campus. The luncheon will be simulcast to room 252 in Terrence Murphy Hall on the Minneapolis campus.
Now that everybody is back on campus after the holiday break and January Term, it’s time to head to Schoenecker Arena to catch the St. Thomas men’s and women’s basketball teams, which are a combined 36-1 this season. Doug Hennes writes about their remarkable success in The Scroll.
The free concert in St. Mary’s Chapel is presented by the Society for the Doctrinal Affectation of Baroque Music.
Bill Gates spoke at the building dedication of Schulze Hall on Oct. 20, 2005.