If you have a need and don’t know where to turn, check these resources. They exist to address wide-ranging needs such as women’s issues, community activism, coursework, career aspirations, personal health and much more. Just ask.
Center for Well-Being
A healthy outlook starts with a healthy mind and body. Learn to practice mindfulness, get healthy sleep, stay fit, play a sport, and get professional health support when you need it.
Exercise and Recreation
The Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex offers a number of options for staying in shape and having fun. Additionally, the McCarthy Gym serves south campus with sports/workout facilities and trainers.
Student Diversity and Inclusion Services
We provide opportunities for students to develop and learn to embrace our differences and contribute to building an inclusive and welcoming community.
Off-Campus Student Life
Commuters and students who live in the immediate neighborhood are a part of our local communities. We’ll help you navigate basics like parking and housing, while keeping you connected to happenings on campus.
Luann Dummer Center for Women
Dedicated to addressing the needs and aspirations of women, the Luann Drummer Center for Women offers book discussions, student advocacy groups, grant opportunities and more.
Division of Student Affairs
Student Affairs is driven to make our campus environment more welcoming and energizing, by constantly enhancing our social, spiritual and educational community.
We proudly offer Veterans the resources and support to help you maximize your education benefits, succeed academically and thrive after graduation.
Office of International Students and Scholars
With 500 international students representing more than 70 countries at St. Thomas, we’re proud to be a resource that enhances their success.
Inclusive Leadership Collaboratory
Come together in a multicultural environment and develop your ability to lead in an increasingly diverse world. Educational events and activities foster self-understanding, confidence, empathy and communication.
If you have a disability, we’ll connect you with the resources you need to succeed. Reasonable academic accommodations are arranged on an individual basis, in order to provide you with equal access to all university programs.