OISS invites families and staff in the Twin Cities area to pair with St. Thomas international students through our Friendship Family program. Read more.
First-year students interested in studying abroad during J-Term 2017 on either the Art History in London course or the Theology 101 in Rome course should be sure to apply by the priority deadline of Friday, September 9. Other opportunities are also available including our new Rome CORE Semester program. Learn more about how to fit study abroad into your student's four-year plan. Read more.
As your student begins their journey this fall, remind them of how critical good health is to academic success. This includes practicing all the preventative measures to achieve good health such as getting good sleep (at least 8 hours per night), adequate nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction measures. Read more.
Student Affairs has partnered with colleagues across the university to develop a more comprehensive and educational experience for first-year students during their first five days on campus (Welcome Days) and for the larger student body over the course of the first six weeks of the academic year (Tommie Advantage). Read more.
Join Student Diversity and Inclusion Services (SDIS) as we welcome a new academic year!
Join nationally recognized educator Al Vernacchio for an enlightening, fun, and informative presentation on developing and maintaining healthy relationships. Read more.