You can schedule a campus visit three different ways.
Event dates and additional information can be found on our visit page. If possible, please make arrangements at least one week in advance. Events typically do fill up. Event spots are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. You are encouraged to plan to attend our events early!
There are several things to do while visiting UST:
During the financial aid appointment, you will meet your personal financial aid counselor. Detailed information about scholarship searches, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and other forms of aid will be addressed. Typically, these appointments last 45 minutes and are available before or after a campus tour.
All options are subject to availability. We suggest contacting the visit office at least one week before a desired visit date.
We suggest visiting St. Thomas when class is in session and our current students are on campus. Fall semester starts the Wednesday after Labor Day and runs through the middle of December. Spring semester starts the first week of February and runs through the middle of May.
Visitors are also welcome during January-term and throughout the summer.
Yes, but this special opportunity is only available to high school seniors who have been accepted to the university. Each semester, accepted students have the opportunity to spend the night on campus with a current student in a dorm, attend a class, participate in some activities on campus, take a tour, meet with an admissions counselor, a professor or coach. There are only a few overnight visit dates each semester and space is limited. Dates and reservation information are listed on our overnight visit page.
Our regular office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 4:30 p.m. We are closed on select federal and religious holidays. During the academic year, we are open various Saturday mornings for appointments. The 2012-2013 academic calendar can be found here.
N Cleveland Ave and Ashland Ave
No. We do not reimburse students for their travel expenses.