St. Thomas alumna and former soccer player Anna “Schlik” Vig ’05 is hosting the fundraiser and has pledged to donate 30 percent of all sales back to UST women’s soccer.
Enjoy favorite Family Weekend traditions, and special events and activities for 2012. Don’t miss the lecture and performance of longtime drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, the legendary Max Weinberg.
Effective Friday, Sept. 21, there will no longer be a 5:40 p.m. Friday shuttle bus from the Minneapolis campus to the St. Paul campus. This change will not affect other shuttle schedules already in place.
Lot G will be closed from 2 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21. In addition, there will be no parking along Cleveland Avenue from Laurel Avenue to Ashland Avenue.
USG seeks applications for student liason positions in the Academic Affairs Committee, the Student Affairs Committee and the Financial Affairs Committee.
The online mental health magazine Anxiety In Teens, geared toward youth and families, provides a chance to gain experience in social media marketing, event planning, journalism, working with kids, peer mentorship, and an opportunity to fulfill Business 200 credits. Talk to members of the organization at the BUSN200 Fair Thursday, Sept. 20.
Change management events allow IRT administrators to make important updates to the university’s servers and infrastructure.
Members of the UST community, students, staff and faculty, are invited to submit a proposal for funds from the CSF. The fund is part of the university’s commitment to become climate neutral by 2035 as outlined by the UST Climate Action Plan.
Get help after the library closes. This 24/7 cooperative online reference service is available to further serve your research needs.
The contest seeks photos by St. Thomas students who participated in a St. Thomas-affiliated study-abroad, work or volunteer overseas program.
Current UST students who are planning to apply to medical school in the 2013-14 cycle are eligible to win one of two Kaplan MCAT course certificates, compliments of the Health Professions Committee.
The Study Abroad office reminds students that Monday, Oct. 1, is the 2013 spring semester application deadline. J-Term 2013 applications are due by Wednesday, Oct. 3.
Students who have books left over from previous terms have the opportunity to sell them back. Be sure to bring your UST ID.
Not completing the verification process could prove very expensive. Students who do not enter their existing health insurance information or purchase the Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan by Tuesday, Sept. 18, will automatically be enrolled and billed $2,129 for the annual Aetna Plan.
All first-year students are invited to register for Freshman Retreat II, which will be held Oct. 13-14 at the Gainey Conference Center in Owatonna. The theme is Jesus Christ: Yesterday, Today and Forever.
Federal financial aid policy requires that students earn their federal aid based on the amount of time they attend classes at UST.
As the Tommie-Johnnie game fast approaches, we would like to remind everyone to use good sports conduct, respect all in attendance and to represent our school in a positive manner. Go Tommies!
In group counseling members are given the opportunity to receive support, suggestions and insights from other members.
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.