The Wellness Center’s second finance workshop, "Take Charge of Your Money," will be held tonight.
Events this week offer information on transitioning to graduate school.
The seminar will feature two speakers from CIMA Labs.
The first 100 students to follow the center on Twitter or Facebook will be entered in drawings to win a pair of Wellness Center athletic shorts.
The loan specials offer better rates and terms than the normal loans that are always available at the credit union.
To be eligible, photos must be from a St. Thomas study, work or volunteer overseas program.
Don’t have a car to get to the spots listed here? Hop on an MTC bus or rent an Hour Car.
The organization will assist students in registering to vote for the coming elections.
Now is the time to review your degree evaluation to make sure that you have met all graduation requirements.
Meet UST graduates with entrepreneurial careers, current students and faculty who will help you learn more about majoring or double majoring in entrepreneurship.
October's featured events include the "Exploring Native Cultures" presentation and the "Hispanic Culture Show."
Kevin Henderson, a second-year faculty member in the Department of Management, needs help in completing his dissertation.
Barry Randall, professional money manager and founder of Crabtree Asset Management, will speak about how "The Only Way to Win the Game is Not to Play." Everyone is welcome.
Hosted by the Pre-Health Professions Club, Kaplan will offer MCAT, DAT, LSAT, GRE and PCAT practice exams and an individual score report on Oct. 9.
Counseling and Psychological Services will host information tables and offer free confidential screenings for depression.
You have until midnight to apply.
Dr. Cara Anthony and Dr. Amy Levad will lead tomorrow's discussion. Everyone is welcome.
The Career Development Center offers a "LinkedIn Profile Makeover" seminar today. Learn ways to market yourself and your business.
Guest speaker is David Irvin, director of private wealth management at Robert W. Baird, and an experienced stock broker.
Committee members help to decide what the gift should be, create a marketing plan and marketing materials, and determine how to raise funds for the gift.
Register online by Oct. 12 for this daylong conference for men and women.
Included are an inspirational talk by 1984 Olympic gold medalist Mary Lou Retton, concerts, Tommie games and Fanamaniac giveaways, creative activities, and a TAD game night.
Dr. Michael Solhaug, Eastern Virginia Medical School, also will talk about the medical school admissions process.
Registrations must be submitted by Sunday, Oct. 10.
Many opportunities are available for student clubs to get involved in UST's annual homecoming celebration food festival.