More than 100 graduate and professional programs from throughout the country will be represented.
The committee will meet Monday, Oct. 10.
VISION will offer life-changing service immersion trips in January.
The center offers a plethora of options beyond résumé and interviewing seminars.
To be eligible, photos must be from a St. Thomas study, work or volunteer overseas program.
Confessions, worship and fellowship are all part of this prayerful event.
Clubs and organizations that want to participate in the homecoming parade must sign up online by Friday, Oct. 7.
Light exercises will focus on breathing, guided relaxation and meditation. Classes will begin on Thursday, Oct. 13.
Juniors and seniors are eligible to run for this paid position.
An informational meeting will be held tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 6. The priority application deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 11.
The free samples will be given out in front of the C-Store.
Homecoming dance tickets (free to UST students; a limited number of guest tickets are available for $5) and sweatshirts, offered courtesy of STAR, can be ordered online.
With Hourcar you have access to a car when you need one without the inconvenience or cost of keeping a car on campus.
Co-sponsored by the Pre-Health Professions Club, the GRE, LSAT and MCAT practice tests will be given on Saturday. The exams will be scored and returned to students with helpful feedback that same day.
Students will learn about the company and potential internship and career opportunities.
Depression can be treated. Counseling and Psychological Services is here to help.
All seniors are invited to attend.
Everyone is welcome to join the conversation on Wednesday evening.
Star Tribune reporter Jim Walsh is the guest speaker; all St. Thomas students are welcome.
Attending an Orientation to On-Campus Interviewing seminar is required.
The UST Bookstores offer $5 off on their backpacks and sweatshirts; the National Association of College Stores will give scholarships and iPads to students with the best stories of volunteerism.
Paul Knapp, the guest speaker, was recognized by the Twin City Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Directors as a 2010 Twin Cities Director of the Year.
Today's guest speaker is Dr. Steven Berry, a bioinorganic chemist on the faculty at the University of Minnesota - Duluth.
Wear a seat belt, display a window cling, get a prize – it couldn't be easier than that.
The survey will be available until the end of the work day on Friday, Sept. 30.