St. Thomas is ranked 10th in the nation for undergraduate study abroad participation at doctoral schools, once again landing in the top 10.
With the Nov. 1 early action deadline nearing, fall Tommie Days, which were scheduled at St. Thomas on the Thursday and Friday over MEA break, are designed to give parents and potential Tommies all of the information they need to make their big decision.
As a senior in high school transitioning to their first year in college, there are a lot of questions that can cause you to be anxious about the next part of your life. As nerve-racking as the thought of experiencing college can be, here are a list of questions from current high school students.
For 60 years after their first date at St. Thomas, Gerald and Henrietta Rauenhorst were generous benefactors; now their children are carrying the torch.
With so many jobs, research opportunities and roles in clubs, there are literally thousands of options available for St. Thomas students to get involved on campus.
The Institute of International Education’s Open Doors Report 2017 recently released its annual report on international enrollment and U.S. students who study abroad during college.
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Enzo Vinholi's business, Like It Was Yesterday, allows mobility-limited seniors to visit beloved places of the past.
Jack Queenan started doing chemistry research on diabetes with Lisa Prevette while still in high school. This fall, he will start his first official year as a Tommie.
The freshman class maintains last year's record-setting academic profile and also is the most diverse class in the history of St. Thomas, with 16 percent students of color.
Jeni McDermott, assistant professor in the Department of Geology, took two students to Norway this summer to research why the country has mountainous terrain.
Since 2008, professor Tom Ippoliti has led research on compounds used against bacterial diseases, which are becoming resistant to the drugs currently used to treat them.
Some guidance on potential research over a J-Term in Tanzania helped spark a years-long mentoring relationship between justice and peace studies assistant professor and department chair Amy Finnegan and senior Laura Kvasnicka.
The strength and tradition of the St. Thomas network has long been a point of pride for the university and its more than 100,000 alumni and students.
A research opportunity helped spark an organic mentor-mentee relationship for health and human performance professor Lesley Scibora and junior Chris Hornung.
Engineering professor Sarah Baxter is helping junior Anna Schellpfeffer explore as many opportunities as she can at St. Thomas.
Meghan Sharkus is tackling the same challenges as her freshman classmates, plus the added challenge of running her own business, which is dedicated to improving the education, design appeal and safety of insulin kits for children with diabetes.
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Since Dr. Eric Fort joined the university in 2010, he has been working with undergraduate students on a research project that continues to journey not only onto roads not taken but roads (pleasantly) unforeseen.
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Humans of St. Thomas visits with Patrick Fisher, a senior triple major in philosophy, Catholic studies and mathematics with a big appetite for big ideas.
The Saint John Vianney's annual Wiffle Ball World Series is a marquee event on the "God Quad" of St. Thomas' north campus, complete with national anthem, root beer floats and a championship trophy.
Explore through our interactive map of "Tommie Territories" some of the many places around the United States and world that St. Thomas students call home.
A new program offers students an opportunity to live and learn in small communities, creating a depth of experience that reaches beyond the classroom.