Purchase or refinance a vehicle or get cash to be used for any purpose, using the equity in a vehicle that is owned free and clear.
Registration is limited to 20; sign up by May 14.
Dr. Terry Flower, professor of physics and astronomy at St. Catherine University, will give a presentation May 4. His talk will be followed with a response by UST’s Dr. Philip Rolnick.
UST has partnered with the University of Minnesota to provide St. Thomas students online help with the planning and application process.
Learn about the genocide crisis in Darfur, Sudan, and around the world at Camp Darfur.
Feedback is requested on the DemographicsNow and SimplyMap database trials.
Congratulations to the newly elected representatives.
The ticket packages cost $13 and include a choice of bobble head figure or Saints baseball hat, and a soda and hot dog voucher. Order tickets online.
Felipe Jaque Pino, Madonna McDermott, Kimberly Vrudny, Virgil Wiebe, and Ed and Mary LeClair were honored April 24 for their commitment to international and intercultural issues.
Beginning fall 2010, columnist Dr. Lawrence Potter Jr. points out, McNair Scholars will enter graduate programs across the United States.
The sale is for one day only at the Bookstore in St. Paul. Bargains are best if you shop early – 50 percent off from 8 to 10 a.m.
You'll need a personal statement. UST has partnered with the University of Minnesota Health Careers Center to provide access to an online training module to help in the writing process.
Stop by the Fireside Room to thank him for his service and wish him well.
Be among the first 100 students living off campus to exchange contact information with a UST neighbor and check in with the Commuter Center to win a $20 voucher!
The 12th annual Poetry on the Patio at O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center features favorite poems read by UST colleagues and musical selections performed by the Show'd Up Band.
Graduate business students and alumni are invited to this presentation by Linda Finley and Stephen Beise of Trissential, a business consulting firm.
Professionals in the nonprofit field will speak on “Making Dollars and Change: Nonprofit Jobs” at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow, discussing how they got their job and why they stay.
Dr. Peter Feldmeier will lead the discussion on: "What’s Out There: Angels, Demons, Anything Else?"
Alumni can set up appointments, attend seminars, join a job-search group and make use of social media to receive career information and network with other UST alumni.
Everyone is welcome to join in celebrating the work of Greta Kowalkowski, Heather Nolden, Sarah Olson and Andrea Polzin.
Concluding a three-part discussion series, local leaders will speak about innovative ways people can work together for the community's children.
CILCE offers tours and other programs to middle school students. You can help: Students, faculty and staff are invited to contact the CILCE office about the visit on April 29; clubs can fulfill service hours.
If you are thinking about buying a new or used vehicle, pick up a loan application in Room 209, Loras Hall.
Earth Day is an annual reminder to protect the environment (with modern technology).
Tickets and the bus ride are free to students with UST ID. An outside guest ticket can be purchased for $5 (one per student).