The best way to get to know if the St. Thomas MBA is the right fit for you is to come to campus and see for yourself. We offer several options for interested students to visit us.
An information session is an opportunity for you to learn more about the curriculum, career services, student life, financial aid and admissions requirements.
Sessions are scheduled regularly and provide a half-hour program overview led by a member of the admissions team, followed by a question and answer session.
Open house events provide an opportunity for you to stop by and talk with an admissions adviser in a casual setting.
Open houses are scheduled over the lunch hour. You can drop in to meet with an admissions advisor and have your questions answered.
We can set up a personalized meeting on-campus or off-campus to provide you with an in-depth look at what it means to be a Full-time MBA student.
One-on-Ones enable you to schedule a meeting at a time and location convenient for you and speak directly with a member of the admissions team.
Chat privately with an admissions team member, or in a group with other prospective students and an admissions team member to view and build upon questions and answers from all participants.
Interested in experiencing a Full-time Flex MBA class? Sign up for a class visit.
Registrations are limited and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Meet for a networking breakfast or lunch with current students and staff, followed by a visit to a St. Thomas Full-time MBA class. This is the ideal way to learn about the unique classroom environment and outstanding quality of the St. Thomas MBA faculty and peers.
Having a hard time making it to campus to meet with the Full-time MBA admissions team? Meet us over lunch or coffee closer to your home or office.
Attend a lunch: We’ve reserved space at restaurants around the Twin Cities and invited current students to join admissions staff in order to help you to learn more about the value of the St. Thomas MBA program. This is an ideal way to learn more about the program, ask questions you have and meet current students who can speak from their own experience in the program.
Attend a coffee: If you are looking for a more informal setting, join us for a quick coffee to ask questions and then get on with your day.