International student ambassadors are undergraduate, degree-seeking St. Thomas students who desire to share their enthusiasm and pride for St. Thomas.
Derby Days is a fun-filled week of charity events to raise money for the Huntsman Cancer Society.
This year's goal is to achieve a 55 percent participation rate.
Dr. Ted Ulrich to Lead Theology Night Live Discussion on ‘Islam, Christianity: Are They Compatible?’
Everyone is welcome to attend Wednesday's Theology Night Live.
Voting continues through the end of the day on Wednesday, April 6.
The program is designed to allow UST undergraduates the opportunity to apply for admission to the School of Law one year prior to receiving their undergraduate degree.
Nominations will be accepted either in writing or via video. The award will be presented April 20.
League begins play Sunday, April 3, weather permitting.
In India women are taken to live apart from society following the deaths of their husbands. Sprinkled with humor in the midst of problems, the film follows three widows who dared to rebel.
Undergraduate Student Government will hold elections for all executive board positions and general council positions April 13-15.
In order to earn all their federal aid, students must attend classes through 60 percent of the semester.
The speakers will focus on Target internships, full-time job opportunities and career paths.
Get rid of bad habits and pick up professional skills to enhance your future career.
He is the creator of time dollars and the time banking concept.
The May 21 conference is titled "Inspire, Develop, Connect."
The results of the survey will be used to improve the way pre-health students are mentored at St. Thomas.
Program directors will be on hand to answer questions.
Four professionals will discuss how they began their careers after graduating with an English major and share the challenges, opportunities and surprises they encountered along the way.
The Quit Plan program is limited to the first 20 undergrad students who enroll through email.
Survey takers can win an iPod Nano. The USG Tobacco Policy Review Committee is researching policies that would limit tobacco use on campus as well as determining student sentiment toward that end.
Application deadline is Friday, April 1.
The celebration honors everyone who works at St. Thomas, especially service award-winners, recent retirees and those celebrating hiring anniversaries.
The survey is part of the five-year review of the university’s Shared Governance Plan.
One winning video will be picked by a panel of judges, and one will be voted as the fan favorite.
Application deadline for the scholarships is Thursday, March 31.