Scholars include students as well as faculty this week.
Turn in your "passport" today and receive a free T-shirt and a chance to win a $500 gift card to the St. Thomas Bookstore.
Smoking Quit Kits are available at the Wellness Center in the lower level of Koch Commons.
Need study tips or help reviewing a paper? ASC staff are available to help from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.
Because of the Christmas and New Year's holidays, there will be early deadlines for all payroll action items.
The Mass will be celebrated in the Florance Chapel.
The School of Divinity will begin accepting applications in January for the full-tuition scholarships.
Individual grades of undergraduates will be available the day after faculty members enter the final grades.
Registration for the Minnesota Private Colleges Job and Internship Fair are due by Thursday, Dec. 17. More than 180 business, nonprofit and government organizations will participate.
SCU still is accepting applications for British Writers and the Woman Question.
Add valuable experience to your résumé and join the club on a trip to Wall Street next semester.
Besides teaching in classrooms, Junior Achievement offers special events and other tasks as a way for volunteers to earn hours, including opportunities to fulfill service hours during January Term.
The meet is the last one that will be held in the O'Shaughnessy Hall natatorium.
The $2,500 scholarships are available to full-time undergraduate or graduate students.
Orders are due in the Student Dining room by noon Friday, Dec. 11.
Sign up for a chair or hand massage, make a stress ball, color, and enjoy hot cocoa and cider, music, chocolate and snacks at the Wellness Stress Spa retreat on Monday, Dec. 14.
This is a free database tool for advanced researchers in the areas of biblical hermeneutics and the early church.
Morning Mass too early? Noontime Mass too rushed? Try 10 p.m. Mass tonight in St. Mary's Chapel at the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
Resident students who want to purchase a spring parking permit have until 11 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14, to enter the lottery.
Performing will be local artists: Halloween, Alaska; the Johnson Twins; Peter Wolf Crier; and magician Matt Dunn for a rockin' way to end the last week of classes.
Party goers could win prizes from Target, Chipotle, Davanni’s, iTunes and an iPod.
A fried chicken and mashed potatoes will be provided along with supplies and tips for decorating a personal journal that feeds your soul.
He will talk about the Latin hymns of Ambrose of Milan as an example of Latin poetry in transition from its classical form to medieval forms.
View detailed position descriptions and application information on the Student Leadership Selection Web page.
Use five coupons from the "passport" at favorite places in the metro area and earn entry into a drawing for $500. "Passports" are due Dec. 15.