More than 6,000 people are enrolled in graduate programs at the University of St. Thomas. Find out how you could be among them at "Looking Ahead," an information session on the university’s graduate programs, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, in Campus Square, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Representatives from St. Thomas’ graduate and professional programs will be available to answer questions about admission requirements and financial aid availability, and to provide materials about their programs. St. Thomas graduate-program areas with representatives at the session include: art history, business, education, Catholic studies, English, divinity/pastoral studies, engineering and technology management, music education, psychology, social work, software engineering, and law.
For more information about "Looking Ahead" or about St. Thomas graduate and professional degree programs, call (651) 962-6422.