The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once per month throughout the academic year.
Meet the UST mascot in the upper quad from noon to 1 p.m. today
If you do not enter your existing health insurance information or purchase the Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan by tomorrow, you will be enrolled and billed $963 for the insurance.
The groups are for students wishing to gain support, learn new coping strategies and connect with others about their concerns.
Perspectives will be offered on the role of faith in public life at next week's Life and Love and Why Discussion Series event.
Applications are available outside the CILCE office in Murray-Herrick Campus Center, or stop by the Activities Fair tomorrow.
Learn about positions that are available in the U.S. Department of State and the Department of Homeland Security.
Offered on Tuesdays, the cost is $6 for a five-minute massage or $12 for 10 minutes.
Mock trial participants have an opportunity to act out various witness roles during trials.
The club's board will discuss logistics, membership and plans for this and next semester.
The CultureLink Partners Program offers a chance to meet UST international students, increase intercultural competence and even improve foreign language skills.
Chemistry Seminars are held at 2:55 p.m. Fridays in Room 251, Owens Science Hall.
Meet faculty and students in family studies and learn what you can do after graduation with a major or minor in this interdisciplinary program.
Dr. Christopher Vye, GSPP associate dean, will lead the sessions Saturday in Opus Hall on the Minneapolis campus.
Register online to attend the free forum on Sept. 25.
Presented by the Wellness Center and the Psychology Department, the classes provide guided meditation, breathing awareness and mind-body exercises.
The co-ed business fraternity has scheduled five informational sessions and an open house.
Students will spend about a week in each of four countries: Poland, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine.
iExplore gives students tips, information and resources to help them make informed major and career choices.
Top teams in undergraduate and graduate divisions will receive $10,000 scholarships.
Students will meet for dinner and discuss Repentance: The Meaning and Practice of Teshwah on Oct. 5. The author will join the group on Nov. 2.
In order to earn all their federal aid, students must attend classes through 60 percent of the semester.
Student Alumni Council members will provide information on the SAM program at the Sept. 21 Fall Activities Fair and again as they hand out root beer floats Sept. 23 and 28 in the quad.
Student leaders will engage participants in discussion at this free retreat on Sept. 25-26 at the Gainey Center in Owatonna, Minn.
The agenda includes volunteer opportunities, introduction of the new executive board and scholarship opportunities.