At St. Thomas you don't need to go far no matter what you're after … Grab an after-hours snack. Track down transportation. Get social. Find an outlet for your creativity. Commune with nature. It's all right here on campus.
Anderson Student Center
On-Campus Exercise and Recreation Facilities
Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex
Whether you swim, lift, dribble or run, there's always something that makes your heart race at the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex.
Serving our south campus, McCarthy Gym features courts for basketball, volleyball, pickleball and racquetball to name a few activities, plus cardio trainers and weights.
This state-of-the-art complex will house 3 academic areas (arts, engineering and sciences) and include a newsroom, science and engineering labs, a 250-seat choral rehearsal and performance space, an instrumental rehearsal space and storage, a café and community spaces.
Art and Places of Devotion and Discovery
Art at St. Thomas
The University of St. Thomas is home to the American Museum of Asmat Art (AMAA@UST for short).The AMAA@UST has one of the largest collection of Asmat art in the country, with more than 2,900 objects. Additionally, there are numerous permanent art collections and rotating galleries.
Greenhouses and Gardens
The Biology Department maintains two greenhouses on the St. Paul campus. One is used for instruction and research. The other greenhouse provides interior space for a tropical room, an arid room and a room featuring non-vascular plants, carnivorous plants and epiphytes.
Physics Department Observatory
The University of St. Thomas Physics Department Observatory exists to facilitate an understanding of and appreciation for the process of modern scientific investigation and how critical thinking uncovers nature’s mysteries.
Albertus Magnus Chapel - Sitzmann Hall
If you are looking for a place to worship, visit the Albertus Magnus Chapel. This chapel incorporates stained glass windows of four saints: Augustine, John the Baptist, Joan of Arc, and Louis, King of France from a closed parish outside of Boston.