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Visit Campus

In addition to our virtual visit offerings, St. Thomas will be open for a limited number of in-person campus visits for seniors and transfer students starting on July 15. We are not able to accommodate any walk-in visits at this time, so please continue below to schedule your visit or connect directly with your admissions counselor.

Visit Options for Seniors and Transfers

  • In-Person Campus Visits
  • COVID-19 Visit Policy
  • Virtual Appointments
  • Virtual Info Sessions
  • Virtual Tour of St. Thomas
  • 360° Campus View
  • Starting July 15, our campus will be open for a limited number of in-person campus visits every weekday. These visits can include:

    • A personal meeting with an admissions counselor
    • A campus tour

    Please make sure to read our updated COVID-19 visit policy before scheduling your visit.

    The University of St. Thomas is committed to ensuring a safe environment for its guests and visitors to campus. We have adjusted capacity and room set-up, and have implemented a mask-wearing requirement to align with government and CDC guidelines. Students are welcome to bring 2 guests with them to appointments.

    As a guest, you have an important role to play in safeguarding the health of our community members. Any guest who is sick is expected to stay home and not come to campus. Guests will be required to wear masks while on campus, use hand sanitizers/wash hands, and answer the following questions before coming to campus.

    Please review the questions below, answering them for yourself the morning of your visit. If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, we ask that you not come to campus, and instead contact our Visit Office to reschedule your visit.

    1. Is your temperature 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher today?
    2. Have you had or felt like you have had a fever in the last 24 hours?
    3. Do you have a new or worsening cough?
    4. Are you having trouble breathing that cannot be explained by an existing condition, like asthma?
    5. Do you have new or worsening body aches?
    6. Do you have a sore throat, different from your seasonal allergies?
    7. Are you experiencing loss of taste or smell?
    8. Are you experiencing diarrhea, vomiting or nausea?
    9. Have you had close contact with anyone suspected of having or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
    We are here to help. Please contact our Visit Office at 651-962-6154 or admvisit@stthomas.edu with any questions.

    Meet one-on-one with an admissions counselor and get all your questions answered about St. Thomas. We can also try to set up virtual meetings with professors, current students and other people you want to talk to.

    Join us any weekday for a 30-minute virtual presentation by an admissions counselor that serves as an ideal introduction to St. Thomas.

    See the sights and learn the facts about St. Thomas by going on a virtual campus tour with two of our students.

    Explore some of our favorite places on campus with our 360° Campus View.

    In-Person Campus Visits

    Starting July 15, our campus will be open for a limited number of in-person campus visits every weekday. These visits can include:

    • A personal meeting with an admissions counselor
    • A campus tour

    Please make sure to read our updated COVID-19 visit policy before scheduling your visit.

    COVID-19 Visit Policy

    The University of St. Thomas is committed to ensuring a safe environment for its guests and visitors to campus. We have adjusted capacity and room set-up, and have implemented a mask-wearing requirement to align with government and CDC guidelines. Students are welcome to bring 2 guests with them to appointments.

    As a guest, you have an important role to play in safeguarding the health of our community members. Any guest who is sick is expected to stay home and not come to campus. Guests will be required to wear masks while on campus, use hand sanitizers/wash hands, and answer the following questions before coming to campus.

    Please review the questions below, answering them for yourself the morning of your visit. If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, we ask that you not come to campus, and instead contact our Visit Office to reschedule your visit.

    1. Is your temperature 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher today?
    2. Have you had or felt like you have had a fever in the last 24 hours?
    3. Do you have a new or worsening cough?
    4. Are you having trouble breathing that cannot be explained by an existing condition, like asthma?
    5. Do you have new or worsening body aches?
    6. Do you have a sore throat, different from your seasonal allergies?
    7. Are you experiencing loss of taste or smell?
    8. Are you experiencing diarrhea, vomiting or nausea?
    9. Have you had close contact with anyone suspected of having or confirmed to have COVID-19 in the last 14 days?
    We are here to help. Please contact our Visit Office at 651-962-6154 or admvisit@stthomas.edu with any questions.

    Virtual Appointments

    Meet one-on-one with an admissions counselor and get all your questions answered about St. Thomas. We can also try to set up virtual meetings with professors, current students and other people you want to talk to.

    Virtual Info Sessions

    Join us any weekday for a 30-minute virtual presentation by an admissions counselor that serves as an ideal introduction to St. Thomas.

    Virtual Tour of St. Thomas

    See the sights and learn the facts about St. Thomas by going on a virtual campus tour with two of our students.

    360° Campus View

    Explore some of our favorite places on campus with our 360° Campus View.

    Visit Options for Juniors and Younger

    No matter where you are in your college search, these virtual visit options will help you get to know the people and places that make St. Thomas so unique.

    Schedule a Virtual Info Session Virtual Tour of St. Thomas 360° Campus View

    Recorded Webinars

    This spring, our current students, professors and staff hosted a number of webinars to help prospective students and their parents learn what it's like to be a Tommie.

    View Our Recorded Webinars

    Directions and Accommodations

    Now that you’ve set up a visit, it’s time to figure out how to get here and where to stay.

    Virtual Campus Tour

    Can’t make it to campus? Go on virtual tour with two of our students instead.
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    Fly-In Program

    Not from around here? We'll cover a portion of your travel costs when you visit campus.

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    Explore the Twin Cities

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    Group Visits

    We do our best to accommodate groups of up to 50 students in grades 9-12. These visits include a 30-minute information sessions given by an admissions counselor and a modified campus tour.

    More About Group Visits