The student who finds the heart wins an ultimate Valentine package.
Don’t miss the chance on Feb. 15 to win a $500 raffle for rent, 20 gift cards ranging from $25 to$150, free food and a panel discussion.
To be considered for Minnesota State Grant funds for spring semester, the U.S. Department of Education must receive your 2009-10 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on or before Tuesday, March 2.
Especially needed are additional Sunday altar servers.
The Wellness Center will publish a clue daily in the Bulletin Today along with a healthy relationship tip. The student who finds the heart wins an ultimate Valentine package.
The regional marketing manager for Chipotle will be the guest speaker.
Join other seniors for this time set aside for reflection and relaxation at the Gainey Conference Center.
Experience a day of prayer rooted in the Eucharist and prayerful meditations. Father Erich Rutten will speak and students will have an opportunity for reconciliation.
Application deadline is Thursday, Feb. 11.
Amnesty International defines itself as "an international human rights organization whose mission is to protect people wherever justice, freedom, truth and dignity are denied."
Columnist Karen Lange notes that the Career Development Center on the St. Paul campus works primarily with undergraduates.
This film was shown last spring at St. Thomas to an enthusiastic audience. The filmmakers will be present to answer questions.
And the winners are ... Jojo Nemec, Laura Beshire and Wendy Lor.
Join forces with students from other colleges and meet with legislators to discuss an important resource: the Minnesota State Grant Program.
The Aquinas yearbook wants to record your smile for posterity.
Interviews for summer internships will be held from Feb. 18 to March 25.
Reserve the 10 p.m. hour on Wednesdays for worship and peaceful reflection.
The Financial Aid Office will review official registrations as of the 10th day of classes (Feb. 12) and will revise financial aid if necessary.
Finish the night with music by DJ Enferno from 9 to 11 p.m. in Scooter’s.
The workshop is free and geared toward undergraduate students.
The Financial Aid Office will contact students via e-mail whenever possible; however, sometimes paper forms must be sent.
ASK – Alumni Sharing Knowledge – is an online group that the Career Development Center has created for UST students to network with alumni via LinkedIn.
Students are responsible for officially withdrawing from courses for which they are registered but do not attend..
Registrations received through Wednesday, Feb. 3, will be entered into a prize drawing.
Undergraduate day students do not automatically receive a printed grade report. Grade reports are available on a request-only basis through MURPHY Online.