Resources On Campus

AARC

ATMs

  • US BANK ATMs are located outside the Business Office in Room 201, Terrence Murphy Hall, on the Minneapolis campus, and ATMs on the St. Paul campus are located outside the Bookstore in the lower-level of Murray-Herrick Campus Center and in Koch Commons near the information desk.

Campus Mail Services

  • Campus Mail Services provides high quality professional receiving, processing, and delivery of USPS, Federal Express, United Parcel Service, and internal mail. 

Child Development Center

  • The Child Development Center strives to deliver excellence in child care for children of the University of St. Thomas students, faculty, staff and the surrounding community, in a nurturing environment where the uniqueness of each child is recognized and respected and where children are safe, growing and learning.

Lactation Rooms

Lost and Found

If you misplace something while on either campus, please check in these lost and found locations to determine if anyone turned in your missing item.

  • St. Paul: Public Safety office, first floor of Morrison Hall off of LOT B.
  • Minneapolis: Public Safety desk, second floor of Minneapolis Opus Hall.
  • Phone: 651-962-5100

Meditation Room

  • The Meditation Room, a peaceful place for individual or group prayer, reflection, or meditation is located in ASC 251.

On-Campus Housing

Parking

The Parking and Transportation Services provides information about parking permits and parking availability on both the St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses.

  • NOTE: The Parking Office in St. Paul (2119 Grand Ave.) has extended hours in early fall semester.
  • NOTE:  St. Paul Evening Permit users can park in the Anderson Parking Ramp (Grand and Cretin) beginning at 4:30 pm.

Transportation

Explore different services to help navigate your arrival to the University of St. Thomas.

Writing Centers

  • If you are a graduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences visit Center for Writing.
  • If you are in a CELC (College of Education, Leadership & Counseling) graduate program visit the CELC Graduate Writing Center on the Minneapolis Campus at (651) 962-4460 or for in person or online consult visit gradwriting@stthomas.edu.
  • A graduate student in Social Work can access either the writing center at St. Kate's (through the O'Neill Center) or the Center for Writing on the St. Paul campus.
  • A graduate student in the Opus College of Business, the School of Engineering, or the program in Software Engineering can visit the Center for Writing

Please note that the Center for Writing primarily serves students in the College of Arts and Sciences, but welcomes all students. The Center for Writing is located in John Roach Center for the Liberal Arts, room 361, on the St. Paul campus. The staff offers online consultation.