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At the end of November, the housing reapplication process for the 2020-2021 school year will start. There are many reasons why students should live on campus.
Priority deadlines for two St. Thomas signature study abroad programs, London Business Semester and Rome Empower, are coming up in December. Read on for more information.
Many registration resources are available to your student(s). Please encourage them to use any or all of the tools at their disposal. Our mission is your students’ success!
For the month of November, the University of St. Thomas celebrates Native American Heritage Month with a variety of activities that incorporate art, history, and culture.
Proud to Be First is a program that was developed to support and affirm first-generation college students. We have had an eventful semester so far!
The Center offers an innovative healthcare model with an integrated, holistic approach to health and well-being by partnering the following service areas in one location:
- Counseling & Psychological Services
- Health Services
- Health Promotion, Resilience, and Violence Prevention (previously the Wellness Center and the Office of Violence Prevention & Awareness)
This issue includes the launch of the Private Colleges Job & Internship Fair registration period and special Career workshops for November.
Living off campus can spell “freedom,” and it may seem less expensive than living in a residence hall. Renter 101 helps students consider the hidden costs of utilities bills, maintaining an aging property and getting along with homeowners who go to bed at 10 p.m.
Find out why the Tutor-Mentor Program might be the right opportunity for your student.