Student Affairs Mission

In support of the broader mission of the University of St. Thomas, the Division of Student Affairs creates holistic educational environments that prepare students to live, learn and contribute to our intercultural society.

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The Anderson Student Center is a premiere, LEED Gold, community gathering space for students, faculty, staff and alumni. The award winning 225,000 square foot space offers an exceptional co-curricular environment that includes meeting rooms, food venues, recreational and reception areas, a student leadership center and the fabulous Woulfe Alumni Hall

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Campus Life creates experiences for students to interact and share interests, develop individual and group leadership and engage in creative programming that promotes inclusive communities. The department oversees 140 clubs and organizations, the , and club sports while directing spirit initiatives and leadership programs.

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The 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.

 

Counseling and Psychological Services Website
651-962-6780

Supporting the University of St. Thomas mission, Counseling and Psychological Services promotes the mental health, interpersonal relationships, and academic performance of St. Thomas students. We contribute to a healthy campus learning environment by providing psychological services to all who work, train and study at the university.

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The Dean of Students Office cultivates the retention, growth and success of students. The staff educates and empowers students regarding their rights and responsibilities as members of the St. Thomas and surrounding community. The office ensures the university community functions as freely as possible from disruptive and inappropriate behavior through the oversight for student conduct, bias related incidents and sexual violence/harassment protocol. The department staff support students and their families in crisis or challenging situations and through collaborative programming in their transition to the university.

Health Services Website
651-962-6750
healthservices@stthomas.edu

St. Thomas Health Services is the second largest comprehensive post-secondary health care center in the state. The purpose of Health Services is to provide high quality, cost effective, convenient, safe medical care and health education to ensure a healthy community.

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Center for the Common Good

Create[space] (stthomas.edu)

Create[space] (one.stthomas.edu)

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Our Innovation and Changemaking area is dedicated to assisting students in developing self-permission to be innovative and creative thinkers that engage in our world.  We support student learning through events and workshops in create[space] and the Innovation Hub.  We challenge students to build a personal, local, national, and global social awareness that drives their desire to create lasting and sustainable change that impacts the common good.

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Off-Campus Student Life is dedicated to students by providing hospitality, information, programs, resources and services to all students with an emphasis on commuters.

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Orientation & Registration welcomes new undergraduate students and their families to the St. Thomas community and provides them with information and support to ease their transition to college.

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The University of St. Thomas values the opportunity to work with students and their families throughout their entire university experience.  The campus goal is to create a partnership that enhances our students’ success.

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Student Diversity & Inclusion Services (SDIS) enhances the climate for diversity on campus through programs and initiatives aimed at undergraduate students.  The work of SDIS is based on four pillars:  education, leadership, advocacy and community.  The primary objective is to ensure the retention, graduation and satisfaction rates of students of color are equitable to their peers.  SDIS staff also aim to increase the capacity of all students to work and serve in the diverse world in which we live.

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Housing over 2,500 students, the Department of Residence Life creates vibrant communities in our residence halls, apartments and houses on the St. Paul campus.  Ninety percent of our first-year students chose to live on campus.

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The Veterans Resource Center provides student veterans with a central location to field their questions and support their success at St. Thomas. They offer veterans the resources they need to succeed academically and the career support they need to thrive after their time at St. Thomas.

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Every member of the St. Thomas community experience a life free from any form of power-based personal violence.

Goals of our work:

  • Decrease the number of people in our community who experience power-based personal violence.
  • Ensure a victim-centered response to sexual misconduct at the University of St. Thomas.
  • Increase the ability of all members in our community to respond compassionately to victim/survivors of sexual violence, dating & domestic violence and stalking.
  • Empower members of the St. Thomas community to play an active role in violence prevention.

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The Wellness Center is dedicated to assisting students in developing healthy lifestyle choices and promoting behaviors that result in enhanced wellbeing.The Wellness Center embraces the concept of wellness in developing the whole person by offering programs, resources, and educational material on health promotion and illness prevention.