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Career Development Center connects students with employers, as they ramp up their summer internship or full-time job searches.
The process for housing selection for 2019-20 has begun. If your student has any questions or concerns regarding the process, please have them contact staff in the Residence Life office.
Additionally, early this semester your student will have the opportunity to connect with their Resident Advisor (RA) or Apartment Coordinator (AC) to discuss how the semester is going and to talk about their goals, interests and talents.
The Center for Student Achievement in Murray-Herrick Campus Center is a one-stop shop for all of the resources your student needs to succeed at St. Thomas.
Encourage your student to learn how to obtain a free U.S. passport and find deadlines for fall, summer and the academic year Study Abroad program applications and scholarship applications. Also, learn about J-Term 2020 course offerings.
Consistent, restorative and sufficient sleep is essential to our physical and mental health and overall sense of well-being. Sleep deprivaton jeopardizes a student's academic performance and their ability to cope with pressures. Encourage your student to begin the new semester with good sleep habits - it can change their perspective overnight!
English Language Consulting is a free resource for non-native speakers of English at St Thomas. Students can work with the consultants one time or have regularly scheduled appointments.
Proud to be First is a program through the Center for Student Achievement that supports students who are the first in their family to attend a four-year college/university.
Renter 101 is a panel discussion designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to live off campus. Topics will include tenants' rights and responsibilities, how to get along with neighbors and what costs to expect beyond the "per bedroom" rental rate.