Thirty spots are available to current UST undergraduate students.
VISION sends teams of approximately nine students, two student leaders, and one graduate student, or staff or faculty adviser to live, work and learn with partnering organizations.
The council will be giving away free "Class of 2013" coffee tumblers, which sophomores can fill with free coffee and hot chocolate.
Orientation sessions are required to participate in the On-Campus Interviewing Program.
In order to earn all their federal aid, students must attend classes through 60 percent of the semester.
Treat your valentine to a dance and a great time; tickets are $7 at the Box Office.
Dancers will learn and practice a routine. On Feb. 15, they’ll perform before judges who will place them on one of three teams.
The competition can be an incentive to boost your exercise and energy level during the cold winter months.
Undergraduate students: Sign up by Feb. 21 as an individual competitor or in teams of three. For those who want to practice their swimming stroke, two free swim clinics are scheduled.
On Feb. 17, join Students for Justice and Peace at this opportunity for people of all faiths to meet and lobby Minnesota’s elected representatives. A pre-event discussion will be held on Feb. 13.
Last year, St. Thomas students raised more than $70,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Look for the promotion tables around campus from noon to 1:30 p.m. today.
If your FAFSA is received after Tuesday, March 1, you will not be eligible to receive a state grant for fall term.
Students can practice their networking etiquette and make connections with Tommie alumni at "Connecting in the PM (Professional Mingling) Scene" on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
Network with a Tommie professional in your career field. Learn about the program at sessions on Feb. 17 and 22.
CILCE invites students to make a difference in a child’s life by joining the Tutor-Mentor team.
Learn about programs worldwide that are suitable for business majors.
Clues will be given here daily – starting today.
Employers also will discuss what they look for in new hires; students can opt for a résumé review following the session. SHRM also will host a résumé review on Thursday, Feb. 17.
The midcampus Child Development Center apartments and the Sophomore Year Experience apartments will host open houses tomorrow evening.
The club will meet from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Find out if living off campus is for you when Off-Campus Student Services and USG present their annual Renter's 101 session tomorrow.
Kemp will talk about his work at the social-service organization, which serves Dakota County, and his longtime commitment to serving the community.
Sessions will be held at noon and 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Full-tuition scholarships are awarded annually for up to three graduating UST seniors who become full-time students in one of three lay graduate programs.