Full-tuition scholarships are awarded annually for up to three graduating UST seniors who become full-time students in one of three lay graduate programs.
Dr. Terence Nichols will lead the discussion on Wednesday. Everyone is welcome.
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Sarah Fink will present this week's Chemistry Seminar.
Open positions to be filled are senior class senator and transfer senator.
Information Resources and Technologies welcomes residence hall students back to school with two exciting upgrades.
The UAWE will host the discussion on Monday, Feb. 7. A panel of female student leaders will talk about their experiences at St. Thomas.
Confessions, worship and fellowship are all part of this prayerful event.
The groups are for students who wish to connect with others about their concerns.
Make your mark with personalized St. Thomas-branded business cards from the Student Legacy Program.
The retreat, titled "Finding God and Letting God Find You," has limited space; register online.
When this project is completed, the university's team will be able to take a Formula SAE car from zero to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.
Campus Ministry invites students to gather after the 11 a.m. Mass every first and third Sunday.
Because the first group is full, a second Healthy Relationships group has been formed and will meet on Tuesdays during spring semester.
The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once per month throughout the academic year.
He is a local hip hop artist, poet and community activist; a dance will follow in Scooter's.
Resident students not entered in the spring permit lottery have until 11 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2, to enter.
Undergrads: Officially withdraw from spring classes that you have registered for but will not attend.
Students are responsible for officially withdrawing from courses for which they are registered but do not attend.
The Financial Aid Office will contact students via e-mail whenever possible; however, sometimes paper forms must be sent.
Undergraduate day students do not automatically receive a printed grade report.
The grants are available through the University of St. Thomas Grants and Research Office.
A prize will be given to all students who take the survey.
Both in-person and online conferences are available this month.
All forms of student work will be considered, including research, creative writing, community engagement and original art.
Undergraduate students may add and drop classes through Friday, Jan. 7.