Part of the USG, the committee acts as a liaison between Campus Ministry, other spiritual initiatives and the undergraduate student body. Applications are due tomorrow.
Study-abroad information tables will be located around north campus Sept. 22-24 and 28-30; in addition, attend a First Step session to help you get started –
the first session is today.
Students must attend an Orientation to On-Campus Interviewing seminar to be eligible to participate in the interviews.
A reference librarian will help students learn the best ways to gather information on a company before an interview.
The first event is tonight – poker at Scooter’s.
Graduate business students are invited to hear Shawn Spott, vice president at RBC Wealth Management, speak on how the enterprise green strategy has affected the company.
Vote for your preferred candidates online and apply for a standing committee to help improve life at UST. Thursday is the deadline for voting (9 p.m.) and for applications (5 p.m.).
Editorial work on this award-winning literary and visual arts magazine, edited and produced by UST students, begins during fall semester. The magazine is published in the spring.
Domitrz’s presentation has been so well received that he’s back for his fourth consecutive Fall Welcome event. Don’t miss it.
When was the last time you made $25 an hour?
The deadline to enter health insurance information in MURPHY Online is Wednesday, Sept.23.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is due on or before Thursday, Oct. 8.
Students who are considering withdrawing from all classes at UST and are receiving federal financial aid should talk to a financial aid counselor before withdrawing from courses.
Learn about UST’s Master of Arts program in Catholic studies.