He needs more responses from exempt and non-exempt staff to complete an online survey that examines the attitudes and experiences of university staff – last week to participate!
“Give Me Some Credit!” examines how to access your credit report for free, why you should care about your credit report, and how to improve your credit history.
Network with alumni, learn about internships and possible career paths, and have a chance to win two tickets to a Minnesota Wild hockey game.
Get lucky with fall refreshments and a raffle for a $25 deposit to a share account for members and nonmembers. The Minneapolis campus will host a Credit Union Week table on Wednesday.
Sigma Tau Delta and the Literary Club will host this workshop; space is limited.
Those who picked up passports can enjoy deals this Thursday through Saturday. Register for the Wellness 5K and get your passport stamped on race day, Saturday, Oct. 23.
Today’s Q-and-A session will cover information such as what courses are needed, how to get clinical experience, and how to think about pre-health education holistically.
The companies include Securian Financial, Travelers, Target, US Bank and Three Deep Marketing, among others.
The audit identified 56 of the 1,211 active dependents enrolled in the University of St. Thomas medical plan ineligible to receive benefits.
A Job and Internship Search Strategies seminar will be held at 3 p.m. today.
Deadline for applications is Friday, Nov. 12.
If you are a business major and have an interest in studying business in London, these information sessions are for you.
Learn about spending a semester in the Eternal City while earning credit toward your St. Thomas degree.
Dr. John Buri will speak Thursday, Oct. 14, as part of the Philosophy Colloquium Series.