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StThomasPARENT Newsletter

Preparing for the Holiday and J-Term Break

As we approach the holiday season and J-Term, students have been provided detailed information about housing during this time.

Center for Campus Ministry Announces Advent and Christmas Schedule

Join the Center for Campus Ministry for Advent and Christmas Confession and Mass in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas

Academic Counseling and Support Update

Please take a moment to read this helpful information to learn about upcoming dates and deadlines, final exam study tips, and other important information related to academic success.

How to Sell Textbooks and Return Rental Books

Book Buyback is scheduled for December 13-22 at the Campus Store in the lower level of Murray-Herrick Campus Center.  The last day to return rental books is December 22.

Is Your Student Enrolled for J-Term?

Often students do not adequately plan for additional expenses related to January term (J-Term). Read more to learn how students can apply for J-term financial aid and when J-term bills are due.

Career Corner

The Career Development Center announces opportunities for students in January.

Fitting Study Abroad in Your Student's Four-Year Plan

A study abroad experience provides personal, academic and professional benefits for students.

Children's Books for Vietnam

The Office of International Students & Scholars invites you to donate children's books for a public library in Vietnam. The library in Vietnam is managed by a partner of our office who donated her time to help promote St. Thomas without asking for anything in return.

Thank you to the St. Thomas Community for Hosting International Students for Thanksgiving

St. Thomas community members donated their time to host international students during Thanksgiving.

Rake a Difference

St. Thomas students recently gathered to rake leaves for our neighbors.

Career Exploration for Arts & Sciences Majors - Encourage Your Student to Register

The Career Development Center and College of Arts and Sciences are partnering to provide a new program for sophomores, juniors, and students who haven't yet declared a major  to explore careers in the arts and sciences.

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