Join us to celebrate all things St. Thomas for our annual Homecoming-Family Weekend, October 4-6, 2019. Enjoy many family-friendly events throughout the weekend! We can't wait to welcome you back on campus. The weekend schedule is coming soon!
Welcome from President Sullivan
Join President Julie Sullivan as she welcomes students, families, alumni, staff and faculty to Homeocming/Family Weekend 2019, LET PURPLE REIGN!
Homecoming-Family Weekend Speaker
Please plan to join us for our FAMILY WEEKEND Speaker!
Announcement coming soon!
Rooftop Tommies Under the Stars!
Please join us at the University of St. Thomas Observatory on the upper deck of the Anderson Parking Facility. This event will include a short presentation on an exciting astronomy topic, a tour of our state of the art observatory, viewings through our fleet of portable telescopes, conversations with staff and students, a movie on the big screen, popcorn, and hot chocolate.
Make Tommie Pride Signs
Are you proud of having a Tommie? Join us and make TOMMIE Pride Signs! Learn to use a laser cutter, get your hands dirty and have a family forever keepsake.
Flu Shot Clinic
It takes only minutes to protect yourself and those around you from getting the flu. When adequate numbers of our community becomes immunized against influenza we function like a firewall protecting even those who are not immunized against influenza.
Sponsored by Health Services
PURPLE on the PLAZA
Time to get energized with Purple on the Plaza, located on John P. Monahan Plaza outside the student center. Come experience a great showcase of St. Thomas student clubs and organizations, campus initiatives and community pride.
Tommies Together Volunteer Event
St. Thomas' commitment to the common good inspires many students, faculty, staff and alumni to volunteer in their local communities. In fact, each year St. Thomas students volunteer nearly 80,000 hours! The Center for the Common Good would like to provide your whole family the opportunity to do a service project putting together care kits for local Twin City shelters.