Non-degree Undergraduate Students
Non-degree students do not need to complete an Application for Admission to the University of St. Thomas, but are asked to complete an Undergraduate College Information Questionnaire, Student Payment and Disclosure Statement, and an Immunization Form before registering. Click on the Registrar website for these forms: http://www.stthomas.edu/registrar/student/forms/nondegree.html
Students can call the Registrar's Office at 651-962-6700 for additional information. Current catalog and schedule information is available on the University of St. Thomas website http://www.stthomas.edu/registrar.
Permission Required for Late Registration
For courses offered by the Opus College of Business the permission and signature of an Undergraduate Business Academic Advisor in Suite 128 McNeely Hall (651-962-5544) is required when registering or adding a course on or after the first day of the session.
All Change in Registration forms must be delivered to the Registrar's office or the change (add/drop/withdrawal) is not valid. The form will be dated when received and this date determines any refund. See summer session calendar for class deadlines and refund schedule.
The Registrar’s Office is located in Room 126, Murray-Herrick Campus Center
Office hours are:
7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
All registrations are processed in the order they are received when completed correctly.
Non-degree Undergraduate Student Registration Dates
First Session : May 20 – June 3, 2014
Extended Session : May 20 – June 6, 2014
Double Session : May 20 – June 10, 2014
Second Session: July 7 – July 18, 2014
Students may register for a combined total of eight credits during the summer sessions.
First-Day Attendance Policy
All undergraduate students must confirm their registered place in a class by attending class on the first day. Students who do not attend class on the first day may be dropped from the course by the instructor.
Non-degree students enrolled in summer session classes may obtain a UST student ID in the Card Office, Room 259, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, during the first week of class for the session in which they are enrolled. Student ID cards are required for checking out materials from the university libraries, riding the shuttle bus, purchasing a parking permit and for use of the athletic facilities. For more information regarding the UST student ID visit the Card Office website: http://www.stthomas.edu/cardoffice/
Student Health Service News and Updates
1. Health Insurance Verification Requirement
Undergraduate students taking 12 or more credits and graduate, professional and law students enrolled in 9 or more credits are required to demonstrate health insurance coverage every fall and spring semester. Students may voluntarily purchase the UST-sponsored health insurance plan during the enrollment periods, and students who do not complete the health insurance verification process by the 10th day of classes will be automatically enrolled in and billed for the UST-sponsored plan. Students must enter their information via Murphy Online at http://banner.stthomas.edu. Students can also learn more about the requirement and the health insurance plan at http://www.stthomas.edu/studenthealth/Insurance/default.html.
2. Additional Health Records
The state of Minnesota requests MMR and Tetanus/Diphtheria dates on all students. Immunization information is to be entered via Murphy Online at http://banner.stthomas.edu. No changes can be made once this information is entered. You may contact Student Health Service at 651-962-6750 with updates, changes or questions. You may also complete health history information and obtain a physical examination form from this site to provide to Student Health Service health care providers at the time of clinical care if you choose.
3. Student Health Service clinic
The Student Health Service operates a full service clinic staffed with doctors, nurse practitioners and registered nurses. Services include a certified travel clinic, care of acute and chronic illnesses allergy injections, sports related injuries, GYN exams, immunizations, laboratory services, physical exams, stress management, smoking cessation, etc. Students will be asked for a copy of their insurance card at the time of service, and any co-pays or fees not covered by insurance will be billed to the student account. For more information: http://www.stthomas.edu/studenthealth