October has arrived! Take a moment to read the October Update for important upcoming academic dates and deadlines, and helpful tips.
Upcoming Events in the Career Development Center
Student Diversity & Inclusion Services will host the Social Justice Summit: “The New Normal” on Sunday, November 5.
Let’s Talk is a free and confidential service meant to provide students with consultation and support. Students are able to meet with professional staff from Counseling and Psychological Services for quick, 10-15 minute informal consultations. Appointments are first-come, first-served.
After a month living with a roommate or roommates and/or in a residence hall community in general, October can be a time when some of our students start to experience challenges.
Registration is now open for the 2017 Kente Summit for Collegiate Black Men, taking place November 3 and 4. The Kente Summit assembles male college students of African descent who attend colleges and universities in the state of Minnesota, in order to build community across campuses, identities, experiences, and commonly faced issues.
Join the St. Thomas community on Tuesday, November 14 for the third Tommie Give Day. This 24-hour giving day is a demonstration of Tommie Pride and the power of coming together for a common goal.
Even though fall semester is barely a month old, students already are thinking about where they would like to live next academic year. If your student is pondering whether to rent a property off campus, encourage him or her to attend our annual Renter 101 program.
The Center for Student Achievement announces new website and important fall semester dates.
Study in the world's top cities for business on two St. Thomas sponsored semester programs: the London Business Semester or the new Shanghai Business Semester. Students will build their resume as they engage in service or internships all while completing business and core classes that keep them on track to graduation.
This is a call for students to sign up for the upcoming Kairos retreat put on by the Center for Campus Ministry.
Get the answers to some frequently asked questions about the 2018-19 FAFSA, which became available to file on October 1, 2017.
If you didn’t get a chance to purchase commemorative wear, you are in luck.