Seven January Term programs are still accepting applications.
AMC movie tickets are being offered to the first 20 freshmen who follow the Wellness Center on Facebook or Twitter.
The celebration of Hispanic-Latino heritage through dance and dialogue continues with Zumba classes on Tuesday and Thursday, Oct. 4 and 6.
In addition to guest speakers, the session will provide information about the process for becoming a licensed peace officer in Minnesota.
Anxiety In Teens is looking for help from savvy writers, event planners and social media extraordinaires.
The club will meet (where else?) in the pool.
The group provides a confidential and safe space to explore powerful (and potentially difficult) emotions related to grief and loss.
Films will be accepted through Saturday, Oct. 1, and could be selected for showing at St. Anthony Main Theatre on Nov. 16.
The Faculty Forum will be held Thursday, Oct. 6.
All new and returning club members are encouraged to attend.
Owned by its members, the credit union offers basic savings accounts and loans to employees and their immediate families.
Learn massage skills to help ease the stressful moments of your college career.
Fill out a punch card and win a prize and a chance to win a $150 gift card to the St. Thomas Bookstore.
The Career Development Center iExplore program provides resources to help students make informed choices regarding their majors and career planning. Sign up online to meet with a counselor.
Part of Campus Ministry, team members provide peers with someone who will listen and guide as well as a safe space for private thought.
Today's guest speaker is Dr. Amanda Haes, a bioanalytical chemist on the faculty at the University of Iowa.
Dr. Kris Nelson, author of Coated With Fur: A Vet's Life, will be the guest speaker
Each year St. Thomas students organize and host the auction for this local homeless shelter, which also helps fulfill their Business 200 requirement.
Deadline for applications is Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Students can sign up for Journey in Faith Reflection online or “come and see” what the group is all about on Monday.
Are you ready for some shaving cream wiffleball?
Commonly referred to as SIFE, the club will host its first meeting of the fall semester today.
Among other activities, the club assists members in obtaining internships and permanent positions.
English Professor Elizabeth Wilkinson will give a presentation on Native American literature for the colloquium.
The fair will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the John P. Monahan Plaza.