Two of the sessions will be held today.
Annual notice to students regarding peer-to-peer file sharing policies and procedures is required by the recently updated Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008.
Everyone is welcome to this Theology Night Live event on Wednesday.
The Student Alumni Council’s fall Community Cleanup is Sunday, Nov. 6. Clubs interested in raking the yards of elderly neighbors and earning service hours must register by Monday, Oct. 24.
This student group offers leadership and volunteer experience.
iPlan provides resources and activities for second-year and transfer students who are interested in maximizing their career experiences while at St. Thomas.
Students interested in joining St. Thomas' American Marketing Association can pick up an application form at today's meeting. Lunch will be provided.
The classes will run on Thursdays for eight weeks.
This semesterlong discussion series meets every Thursday to bring a renewed focus to St. Thomas' commitment to the integration of knowledge across disciplines.
She will examine options for adding benevolence to St. Thomas Aquinas' defense of the four traditional cardinal virtues on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The UST Music and Entertainment Industry Student Association will show the film.
A four-year plan will help you to make sure that you are meeting all graduation requirements in the right order and at the right time
VISION will hold an informational session tomorrow for its January 2012 service trips.
Get up, get active and have fun: Co-ed volleyball teams will begin play on Monday, Oct. 17. The dodgeball tournament is Sunday, Nov. 6.
The campus radio station will host a booth to support creative independent programming, give away KUST merchandise and play music. Those interested in hosting a show also are invited to stop by.
You don't need to be an "American Idol" or possess the "X Factor" – you just need to sing.
The sessions will cover topics such as academic preparation, admissions tests, and the application process.
AA meets from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays.
Current and recent St. Thomas students ages 18 to 30 are invited to participate in a free showing of a feature-length Hollywood movie in a high-quality digital theater environment.
Students will learn about the company and potential career opportunities.
A representative from the National Security Education Program (NSEP) and UST campus representatives will be present to discuss Boren Awards and opportunities for international study.
The first to find the new cache wins movie tickets; others who find the cache can enter into a monthly drawing for a $50 gift card to the St. Thomas Bookstore.
Catholic Studies Study Abroad Program Hosts Informational Meeting to Study in Rome Fall 2012, Spring 2013
Students who spent last semester in Rome will talk about their experiences living and studying in the Eternal City.
Register online or by telephone.
Today's guest speaker is Dr. Keith Kuwata, a chemist on the faculty at Macalester College.