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.
The Commuter Center hosts Fruity Tuesday once per month throughout the academic year.
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.
Thirty-four faculty and staff members recently joined the campus community.
Michael Henley, CEO of Hansen Henley Yoder & Lamb, will speak on "Choosing a Career That is Not a Job But a Way of Life."
Dr. John Buri will speak Thursday, Oct. 14, as part of the Philosophy Colloquium Series.
Complete the survey, print it and take it to the Wellness Center to win a prize.
Join the fun: Tommie games and giveaways, Poker Night, Latin dance lessons, jazz music artist Adjoa, and a chance to tie-dye a T-shirt. It's all free.
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.