Returning students interested in following the room self-selection procedure should apply online.
The guest speaker is Carolyn Peterson, consultant dietician to the Vikings, Twins, Wild, Lynx and Timberwolves. This event is offered in recognition of Body Image Awareness Week.
Now is the time to review your degree evaluation.
Career and academic counselors will be on hand Thursday in the Career Development Center to go over degree evaluations for majors and minors you are considering.
MCAT, LSAT, GRE and PCAT practice tests will be given.
Everyone’s welcome to participate in Wednesday's Theology Night Live discussion led by Dr. Bernard Brady, chair of the Theology Department.
Several activities and events will help keep students informed and healthy.
Students 21 years of age or older are invited to meet and network with recent St. Thomas alumni who represent a variety of professions and careers.
The scholarship was established through an endowment by Professor William D. Larson, a former faculty member and chair of the Chemistry Department.
The session will be held at 7 p.m. in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Help St. Thomas reduce wasted paper and enter a drawing for one of four $25 iTunes gift cards.
UST's American Marketing Association will host this presentation by Tim Brunelle, president of the board of directors of MIMA, a nonprofit professional association.
International Education Center staff will be on hand to announce J-Term 2012 programs and to discuss the options for many semester, yearlong and summer study abroad programs.
Junior Achievement volunteering is easy and flexible; choose from a multitude of hours, locations and classrooms. Three information sessions will be held this week.
Learn how to use study-abroad experience to help land a summer internship or job.
Senior portraits will be taken on Wednesday and Thursday.
The speaker is a managing director and co-founder of Brass Ring Capital.
The Wellness Center thanks all who participated in this year's Heart Hunt.
Attend this free luncheon event Tuesday.
Learn about internship opportunities with these employers.
The co-ed fraternity is founded on the ideals of professionalism, service and brotherhood.
Don't miss your chance to apply for a VISION spring break service trip.
Flash drives will be given on a first-come, first-served basis to 25 students who sign up for iExplore at the Career Development Center.
Thirty spots are available to current UST undergraduate students.
VISION sends teams of approximately nine students, two student leaders, and one graduate student, or staff or faculty adviser to live, work and learn with partnering organizations.