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Student eBills will be sent August 24. Some financial aid funds may disburse after this date. Read more to learn how this can affect your student's bill.
The cost of an undergraduate education is a significant investment. Students that are hurt or become seriously ill and must withdraw due to medical reasons stand to lose thousands of dollars. Learn about an optional insurance plan that provides coverage options for tuition, academic fees, housing, and board when a student must withdraw due to a covered medical condition.
This new resource contains helpful information for parents, family members, and loved ones on topics such as mental health, alcohol, relationships, and college culture.
The Center for Well-Being reminds you to send your student back to college with a medical preparedness kit.
Join us for fun virtual events to celebrate Family Weekend, October 9-11, 2020.
As we prepare for the upcoming year, we know things will look a little different and Residence Life has been preparing with specialized move-in instructions for these times. Continue reading for more information on preparing for move-in, hall preparedness for COVID-19, and connecting with on-campus resources.
The Iversen Center for Faith is now open. Students and the St. Thomas community can find the Campus Ministry offices, a room for prayer and meditation, meeting rooms, and a sacred art gallery within this beautiful new space.
We are excited to show you what we have been up to for your safety and shopping convenience.
The Center for the Common Good has been working hard since the advent of the pandemic to help students who want to engage in community work do so in a safe way. Learn more about how your student can get involved.
Updates on career services, possible employer activities, and a new virtual career fair for Minnesota private college students!
Encourage your first-year student to join us at the annual Freshman Innovation Immersion! In this interactive, virtual event, incoming first-year students will learn methods of human-centered design in order to become a better creative thinker and collaborator. These are valuable skills that apply to any field of study and major, and they are a fun way to get to know new classmates.
From the Making the Connection series to preparing for the fall activities, Student Diversity & Inclusion Services (SDIS) is moving forward to welcome new and returning students. Though we will be practicing social distancing to keep everyone safe this coming fall, we will be available to assist students as they engage in their studies.
Explore study abroad resources for incoming first-year students and learn more about upcoming study abroad deadlines. Students interested in the Rome Empower Program and London Business Semester can attend information sessions during Fall semester.
The St. Thomas Family Business Center brings family businesses from around our region together to learn, engage, and hold important conversations about being a family business. Join this unique learning community that’s free for families with a student at St. Thomas.