Policies and Procedures

The policies and procedures of the University of St. Thomas are inspired by Catholic intellectual tradition. Our graduates are prepared to meet the needs of individual students or clients but also, in the spirit of community service, become leaders and catalysts for change in the advancement of the common good.

A paper form and pen on top of a desk. - Policies and Procedures


‌Registering for classes? We have some useful tools to get you started. If you have additional questions about registration, feel free to contact your academic department.



Students waiting in line to register for classes. - Registration
Sun shines through autumn leaves on the trees of the St. Thomas St. Paul campus.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

‌The University of St. Thomas and the Morrison Family College of Health are able to offer a variety of options for financing your degree. Explore available scholarships and graduate financial aid options.

Shanti Sah Memorial Scholarship

Students in the Graduate School of Professional Psychology are invited to apply for the Shanti Sah Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship provides financial support to undergraduate (junior or senior status) and graduate students who are experiencing significant financial barriers to their education in the Morrison Family College of Health. The scholarship is for students from underrepresented populations who are currently enrolled in a degree-granting program within the College of Health. Learn more and apply.



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Commencement is held in St. Paul each spring to celebrate graduate students earning their Masters, Education Specialist, and Doctoral degrees. Family and friends of graduates are welcomed and encouraged to attend.


Students walk to graduation in cap and gown - Commencement

Academic Resources

To ensure you get the most out of your journey with the University of St. Thomas, we’ve compiled some helpful resources to enhance your time with us.

Links to online resources - Academic Resources