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Center for Student Achievement
intentionally integrates resources to empower students as they navigate academic and professional goals. The center is a collaboration of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs at the University of St. Thomas. The Center for Student Achievement is staffed Monday-Friday from 8:00am-6:00 pm at Murray-Herrick First Floor.
Proud to First Gen
The University of St. Thomas was recently selected to be a part of the 2021-2022 First-Gen Forward cohort through the Center for First-Generation Student Success (NASPA). This designation recognizes institutions of higher education who have demonstrated a commitment to improving experiences and advancing outcomes of first-generation college students.
Our St. Thomas undergraduate classes have online tutoring and academic support. Utilizing tutoring can help keep you on top of your studies and help you feel more connected to your courses.
Center for Writing
We provide one-on-one conferences (both in-person and online) with you "before you write, as you write, and after you write." This means we can work with you at any stage of the process--including right after you get an assignment to start planning your research and writing.
Students qualify for services through Disability Resources upon self-disclosure of a disability and the presentation of documentation. Reasonable academic accommodations are arranged on an individual basis in order to provide students with disabilities equal access to all university programs.
innovation and Technology Services (ITS) - Student Services
These services include the New Student Checklist (https://services.stthomas.edu/TDClient/1898/ClientPortal/KB/ArticleDet?ID=106838) and Computer Labs on Campus (https://one.stthomas.edu/sites/its/SitePage/43495/computer-labs)
Graduation may seem a long ways off, but it is never too early to start planning a career path. This represents a possible timeline of college major and career related activities for a typical University of St. Thomas student. Situations may differ from student to student. This timeline is designed as a tool to guide you through the process wherever you are on the career/life planning continuum. The Career Development Center encourages students to begin this process early so that they may have more meaningful experiences.
Drop-Ins are intended for short, 10-15 minute or less questions. If you need more time, please schedule a meeting with one of our counselors by calling 651-962-6300 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Drop-Ins are available via Zoom or in MHC 110 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.