March Newsletter

Study Abroad Open House

The J-Term Open House will be on March 19. Encourage your student to register on Tommie Link to attend this great opportunity to learn more about J-Term Study Abroad options available to them. The priority application period for St. Thomas J-Term courses is April 1-10. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, as space allows, until October 1.

Mid-Term Exams

Encourage your student(s) to take advantage of the resources available to them as they prepare for their mid-term exams. Academic Counselors are happy to help with time management and/or study skills assistance. Students can call (651) 962-6300 or email to schedule an appointment.

Graduating With Loans?

The Office of Financial Aid offers loan repayment tips that can help students take action on preparing for loan repayment. Learn more about the importance of a loan inventory and utilizing online tools to navigate the federal student loan repayment options.

Easter Mass

Join us in the celebration of Jesus' resurrection on Easter Sunday March 31 at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. Please note there will be no Triduum services at the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. Triduum services can be found online for nearby parishes.

Financial Fitness

Help your student kick-start a bright financial future during Financial Literacy Month! Explore how U.S. Bank Goals Coaching can help students work towards their goals with smart money management tips.

Commencement 2024

Commencement weekend is May 25-26. All undergraduate, DFC and graduate commencement ceremonies will be held indoors at Anderson Athletic & Recreation Center Arena. More details are available on the Commencement 2024 webpage.

New M.S. in Management Program

The Master of Science in Management program is accepting applications. This program complements non-business undergraduate degrees and offers students a competitive set of practical, project-based management skills drawing on diverse disciplines within the fields of entrepreneurship, accounting, financing, business analytics and marketing.

Sexual Violence Prevention Workshop

The Sexual Violence Prevention Workshop is an interactive activity that helps students learn about the dynamics of sexual violence on college campuses, the resources available to St. Thomas students, and ways that we can all be part of prevention. This workshop is offered monthly at the Center for Well-Being. Students can register on TommieLink.

Living Within Your Means

Living within your means is a valuable strategy for creating the financial life you desire. Through the Goals Coaching: Living Within Your Means session on April 11, students will learn questions to ask about their future, how to plan for what's ahead, and common budgeting mistakes to avoid. Students can register on Tommie Link.

Family Weekend 2024

Save the date for Family Weekend, October 4-6, 2024. Families of current students are invited to join us for a weekend full of events to connect with your student, engage in activities and enjoy our campus.

Women's History Month

Encourage your student(s) to celebrate Women’s History Month throughout March by participating in events sponsored by Student Diversity and Inclusion Services. Students can view and register for events on TommieLink.

Self-Compassion Workshop

If your student struggles with comparing themselves to others and self-criticism, this Self-Compassion Workshop can help them gain tools to learn to be kind and compassionate with themselves.

Tommie Sports Network

Stay up to date on Tommie Sports, from purchasing game tickets, viewing schedules, listening to podcasts and ordering Tommie athletic apparel.

Mid-Term Break

Mid-term break begins on Monday, March 25. Classes will resume on Tuesday, April 2. The complete 2023-2024 Academic Calendar can be found online.