Despite the move to virtual class gatherings last year, the Business 200 course (Business Learning Through Service) at St. Thomas continued to require students to volunteer with community nonprofits, which provided them with a unique opportunity to step up and help out in new ways.
Students who work at the Engagement Center make personal connections with alumni and other St. Thomas community members, keep them engaged through campus updates and involvement opportunities, and collect donations.
St. Thomas has been named a First-gen Forward institution by the Center for First-generation Student Success. This designation acknowledges that St. Thomas has a strong commitment to assisting and cultivating successful experiences for first-generation college students.
John F. McVea, associate professor in the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship at the Opus College of Business, addresses if entrepreneurship can be taught in this Star Tribune "Outside Consultant" column.
On what turned out to be a beautiful, sunny Sunday, the Dougherty Family College held commencement on May 23 for its third set of graduates, the Class of 2021. The event, held socially distanced on O’Shaughness...
As the semester comes to an end, we caught up with some seniors to ask about their time at St. Thomas including favorite memories, what they have learned about themselves, advice for future students, and their post-graduation plans.
Originally from Ethiopia, Abenezer Ayana ’21 is leaving his mark at St. Thomas by applying his computer science background and taking advantage of the resources that surround him as a curious and driven entrepreneur.
Marcella de la Torre, EdD, who teaches courses at Opus College of Business, addresses why businesses should have societal impact as part of their strategy in this Star Tribune "Outside Consultant" column.
Board of Trustees Chairman Patrick G. Ryan, President Julie Sullivan, and Vice President and Director of Athletics Phil Esten shared the news that the men's and women's varsity tennis programs will be discontinued at the end of the academic year.
A stone sculpture designed to evoke strength and vulnerability, spirituality and earthliness, loss and renewal has been selected as the winning design for a Memorial for Deceased Students that will be located adjacent to the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas at the University of St. Thomas.