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Special plans to celebrate our graduates have been created since we aren’t able to gather this May for our traditional commencement ceremonies. Read more about Senior Days 2020 and the celebration video.
May brings an end to spring semester. We have updates, deadlines and strategies to help your student succeed!
If your St. Thomas student needs urgent counseling services after hours or if you are concerned about your student and would like to consult with a counselor, Counseling and Psychological Services can provide brief confidential phone counseling outside of business hours (evenings, weekends, and/or university holidays).
The Career Development Center provides links for you to share leads about internships or jobs, and to their blog site. Encourage your student to save the date of Septmeber 25 for the Fall 2020 Corporate Recruiting Fair.
We’ve asked you to be the helper during these times. Read about what the Center for the Common Good (CCG) has been doing to help students connect with their communities in new and unique ways.
The Summer Financial Aid Application is available to complete now. Encourage your student to make sure they are fully enrolled for all summer classes they wish to take by June 2.
The Office of Study Abroad is accepting applications for J-Term 2021 programs. Please encourage your student to continue to use our online resources and reach out to our office with any questions.
Living in the neighborhoods that surround our St. Paul campus asks Tommies to use skills of collaboration, community-building, and communication. Off-Campus Student Life is here with information and resources for your off-campus Tommie.
If your student is looking for on-campus housing for the summer or fall, space is still available! Whether your student is currently living on campus or will be living on campus this summer or fall Residence Life staff is available as a resource for them
Now is a great time for your student to register for the Student Opportunity Center (SOC). Free with a stthomas.edu email, the SOC helps students find and track advanced undergraduate learning experiences like research, conferences, and more.
The staff of the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion Services (SDIS) is available every day during virtual Zoom Room office hours. We welcome students and parents to check in with us if they have questions, want more information on our programming, or just want to visit with us.
Rental texbooks can be returned by mail or deposited in the on campus dropbox. Encourage your student to explore these safe and no contact textbook return options.