March is a busy month for study abroad students! Deadlines and events your student should know about if they are interested in studying abroad or has already done so.
When people come together in family or business, we have disagreements. We have our own needs, values, ideas and goals. While conflict, the struggle due to these differences, is necessary for change, few understand how to handle it. Join us for this breakfast series event, as we identify our personal conflict styles and those of our family members, and learn ways to change conflict into collaboration.
As we head into spring, we also begin preparing for Summer Housing and Summer Employment opportunities. Students interested in living on campus in the summer will have an opportunity to apply for summer housing this month.
Faculty, staff, students, parents, and community members are invited to join in discussing NY Times bestseller Why We Sleep: Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams by Matthew Walker.
The one-third of your life spent asleep profoundly influences the other two-thirds of your awake life. Students learn more about their individual sleep habits, set goals on improving sleep, and receive prizes for working towards them over the course of 20-30 days.
St. Thomas community members are invited to come hear 2008 Beijing Olympian and Minnesota Vikings Nutritionist, Rasa Troup, talk about how to fit healthy eating into your daily schedule.
This month's Career Corner includes information about the just completed Minnesota Private College Job & Internship Fair, Career Counselor's Tip for Spring Break Week, and upcoming special events and career seminars.
Please take a moment to read this update from the department of Academic Counseling & Support.
Students are invited to Student Diversity & Inclusion Services Movies that Matter on Wednesday, March 21, featuring The Songs We Sing of Gaelynn.
Learn to Live is a free, confidential resource that offers online therapy to students.
Is your student ready to leave a residence hall and live off campus? Has your student lived in the neighborhood but had tensions with neighbors? The two-part Student-Tenant Education Program (STEP) helps prepare students for life in an urban, family-oriented neighborhood.
The undergraduate commencement ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, May 19 at 9:30am in O'Shaughnessy Stadium.