Sign up by Monday, Sept. 26, in the MSS office.
This flexible program provides an opportunity to help local youth, meet people, enhance your résumé, and satisfy requirements for courses such as Business 200 and for clubs and organizations.
Election packets are due at a mandatory candidate meeting tonight.
Courses begin Wednesday, Sept. 21.
If your FAFSA is received after Thursday, Oct. 6, you will not be eligible to receive a state grant for the fall semester.
Pick up a treat and register for door prizes.
The team will meet at 3 p.m. in the Tommie Room.
Domitrz, author of Can I Kiss You?, speaks twice tomorrow. Today's story includes university and community resources concerning sexual violence.
Are you ready for some intramural football, co-ed football, soccer or tennis?
Employee billing statements are produced exclusively in an electronic format (eBill).
Enjoy a root beer float while learning about the Dance Club.
A maximum of 10 volunteers from each club can sign up by Sept. 30.
The Career Development Center offers weekly seminars on résumés, interviewing skills and other career-related topics.
Information Resources and Technologies revised and remodeled its website for simpler and easier access to IRT news, alerts, services and technology resources.
Get support from the Eating Disorder Recovery, Grief and Loss or Relationships groups, or the Minneapolis campus’ six-week Relaxation and Stress Management Workshop.
The Career Development Center can help with on-campus interviews and job-search related seminars.
The anticipated starting date is July 1, 2012.
The annual notification of rights is required by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended (FERPA).
The student-run campus radio station KUST is looking for DJs.
All students are welcome to grill and relax with Environmental Studies majors, minors and faculty.
The program has moved to a new space, has welcomed new staff and is offering a revamped curriculum.
The club will host a booth at the Activities Fair on Sept. 20 and an information session will be held on Sept. 21. The tryout process starts on Sept. 22; there's a spot for dancers of all skill levels.
Both teams will meet in the AARC.
Team entries for the tournament are due tomorrow.
The competition awarded more than $65,000 in undergraduate and graduate UST scholarships in 2010.