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Tommie Give Day is November 14.
Please take a moment to read the following important information provided by the department of Academic Counseling and Support!
Health Services provides important information about flu season, travel abroad, and Learn to Live
Last year, St. Thomas students were awarded over $2.3 million in outside scholarships offered by civic organizations, community foundations, local companies, etc. Find out how your student can find opportunities to cash in.
St. Thomas celebrates National Native American Heritage Month with a variety of activities that incorporate art, history, culture, as well as other indigenous groups. National American Indian Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the accomplishments of the peoples who were the original inhabitants, explorers and settlers of the United States.
Important information regarding on-campus housing for the 2018-19 academic year.
Do you know students who are thinking about living in a house, duplex or apartment off campus next year? Renter 101 will feature a panel of students describing the fun and freedom, the responsibilities and risks. Plus, free pizza!
This exclusive, once-a-year event allows students the opportunity to network with over 250 organizations representing business, non-profit, social service, engineering, IT and bioscience employers to discuss internship and full-time career positions.
The Career Development Center and College of Arts and Sciences are partnering to provide a new program for sophomores and juniors to explore careers in the arts and sciences.
Fr. Larry Blake, Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministry, submits his thoughts on gratitude during this Thanksgiving season.
We are happy to announce new English Language Consulting (ELC) services as part of the Center for Student Achievement at the University of St. Thomas. English Language Consultants provide support to international and multilingual students in reading, writing and speaking English.
The Project for Mindfulness and Contemplation is excited to expand its programming by introducing a new collaboration with the Dougherty Family College to offer a Meditation session on the Minneapolis Campus.