Four semesters in a choral ensemble fulfills the university's fine arts requirement.
Three leagues will take the court in spring semester: 5-on-5 Hoops League, Co-ed 4-on-4 Hoops League and Women’s 5-on-5 Hoops League. The deadline to register is Dec. 19.
A limited supply of the 'flu mist' vaccine is available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at Koch Commons.
Tickets cost $5 at the Box Office and include round-trip transportation, unlimited laser tag, mini golf and bumper cars, as well as four arcade tokens and one batting-cage token.
Students who will not be enrolled for spring semester should submit any required documents to the Financial Aid Office by Thursday, Dec. 10.
Guest State Rep. Tom Emmer represents District 19B, the Delano and Rockford area.
A presentation on Latin culture, dancing and music will be offered Saturday evening.
Make an appointment for help at any stage in the writing process. The center lists its hours and also its Web site for online assistance.
Can't attend Thursday's meeting? Contact Aaron Brown in Campus Ministry.
Learn about the business law major and enter to win various prizes. Lunch is from Jimmy John’s and Café Latte
This is the second day the vaccine is being offered on campus. The vaccinations will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, and will be offered as long as supplies last.
You can renew or purchase new permits for spring semester starting Monday, Dec. 7.
Volunteers will roam Parking Lot H tomorrow and the Anderson Parking Facility on Thursday to hand out hot chocolate, ice scrapers and winter parking information.
An H1N1 vaccine clinic will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today, Monday, Nov. 30. Cost is $10.
The speaker will address asset management vs. active management.
Dr. Catherine Cory will lead Wednesday’s discussion.
Volunteers for a focus group will meet to develop ideas for a campus campaign, or stop by the Grill at noon Nov. 30 to give feedback on posters and giveaways.
Auditions for “Servant of Two Masters,” an Italian comedy, and “Cinderella Confidential,” a touring children’s play, will be held Dec. 1 and 3.
The location of this comparative ethics class rests in the middle of the Himalayas. The priority registration deadline is Dec. 1.
While the Quick Clinic on the Minneapolis campus will be closed Wednesday, the Student Health Service on the St. Paul campus will continue with normal hours of service.
Five hundred free vouchers for students are available for both the playoff game and Chili Fest.
Applications are available outside the STAR office in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The early deadlines are due to the Thanksgiving holidays. Pay items received after the deadlines listed here will be processed on the Dec. 18 paycheck.
Each internship for students and recent alumni will include room and board at the Vatican Mission and a stipend of $800 per month.
Dr. Ellen Kennedy, former UST faculty member and now director of the Minnesota Genocide Intervention Network, will speak about genocide and brainstorm ways to help the Sudanese people.