Representatives from Academic Counseling, Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities, Career Development, Opus College of Business, and Study Abroad will be on hand.
The verification process is done electronically through Murphy Online.
This meeting will provide everyone with information, expectations and commitment of the program.
This online student-to-student service is free to all St. Thomas students.
The award recognizes "strong performance in all areas of chapter operations."
Requests to open mailboxes early can be submitted to the UST Post Office in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The survey, for students, should take about five minutes.
The UST Dance Club is looking for passionate and dedicated young women who love to dance to be a part of the club for the upcoming 2011-2012 school year.
Back by popular demand and offered by Counseling and Psychological Services, the group is open to undergraduate and graduate students who want help navigating important relationships.
Students are responsible for ensuring that they officially withdraw from courses in which they are registered but do not attend.
Chow down on chicken, enjoy the weather and receive a free Finals Survival Kit.
Pre-register for the C-Pass on Murphy Online.
The club will hand out blow-pop suckers on the O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center patio and steps.
Learn strategies that can help land the job of your dreams. Sign up online for one-hour weekly sessions that begin in June.
The annual event will include an outdoor Mass at 8:30 p.m. followed by "breakfast" cooked and served by university administrators.
Mass will be celebrated in the upper quad.
The on-campus entertainment includes student performances, dances, poetry and a fashion show followed by an authentic African food and music.
Various faith-based resources that support all traditions will be available from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Commuter Center.
Check out the Wellness Stress Spa Retreat on Study Monday.
Learn about BLAW and enjoy free pizza and beverages.
Permits will be sold to the first 60 eligible students to register.
In addition to free food (for the first 200 people), a root beer keg, free color-changing cups and lots of lawn games, a Root Beer Pong Tournament will offer information on healthy drinking.
Some of the care packages that have arrived recently at the campus Post Office contain fresh fruit and need to be picked up soon.
The $1,000 undergraduate scholarship recognizes those who help others and 'give back.' Here’s how to apply.
The food is free, and the society promises that the Irish music will be great.