Our main campus is in a quiet neighborhood about 10 minutes from the downtowns of Minneapolis or St. Paul, where you'll find cultural events, professional sports, internships, and employment opportunities.
We boast a student-faculty ratio of 15:1 and an average class size of 21. More than 95 percent of our students receive financial aid. Institutional scholarships range from $4,000-$19,000 per year.
A member of MN Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and NCAA Division III, we offer 11 men's and 11 women's varsity teams. Our teams boast regional and national athletic excellence with outstanding academic achievement.
Tommie freshmen “March through the Arches" to celebrate the beginning college. After commencement new graduates walk through the arches once again and enter the next phase of their lives.
You’ll benefit from an exceptional commitment to technology on campus. There are outstanding science and engineering labs, television and editing studios, four libraries and several computer labs.
St. Thomas students and alumni cheered for their first Tommie sports teams more than 100 years ago, and the noise has never died down.
We're the perfect balance between large and small, teacher and student, liberal arts education and get-a-job professional preparation. You'll find new ways of learning (an engineering class, for example, that studies dynamic forces using circus equipment). We balance the resources of a large university, like world-class faculty and the benefits of a small college, like the fact that every class is personally taught by exceptional faculty. No teaching assistants here. And you'll find a campus large enough to offer tons of clubs, activities and sports - and small enough so you can be a big part of whatever interests you.
Single-Sex or Co-ed: Co-ed
Setting (Urban/Suburban): Urban
Accreditations: University of St. Thomas is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. Many of our professional programs are accredited by their professional accreditation bodies. See individual programs for full information.http://www.stthomas.edu/admissions/graduate
Religious Affiliation: Catholic
Enrollment: 10,316 total: 6,336 undergraduate and 3,980 graduate students
Demographics: 51 percent men; 49 percent women; 14 percent of undergraduates and 14.8 percent of the graduate student population are students of color; 401 students are from other countries
Student-Faculty Ratio: 15:1
Tuition: 2012-2013: $33,040
Financial Aid Program: Received by more than 90 percent of all undergraduates and 95 percent of freshmen
Room and Board: Average: $8,778
# of Undergraduate Programs: More than 90 major fields of study
# of Graduate Programs: More than 60 in a dozen subject areas
Degrees Awarded: Seven academic divisions: College of Education, Leadership, and Counseling - Education (bachelor's, master's, specialist, doctorate) and Professional Psychology (master's and doctorate); College of Arts and Sciences (bachelor's and master's); Opus College of Business (bachelor's and master's); School of Engineering (bachelor's and master's); Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity (master's); School of Law (juris doctor); School of Social Work (bachelor's and master's)
Campus Life: Seven residence halls and six apartment-style accommodations. More than 140 student clubs and organizations;Two brand new facilities - Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex and Anderson Student Center
Athletic Teams, Leagues, Clubs: St. Thomas competes in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) and NCAA Division III, and offers 11 men's and 11 women's varsity teams, additional club and intramural sports. Football head coach Glenn Caruso and former basketball head coach Steve Fritz both were named the Division III coach of the year for their respective sports for their 2011 seasons, and Caruso was given the honor again for 2012.
Awards/Distinctions: St. Thomas ranks 115 in the National Universities category of the 2012 "America's Best Colleges" survey, an improvement from No. 124 a year ago. St. Thomas is ranked fifth nationally by the Institute of International Education for the percent of undergraduates studying abroad in the doctoral category; more than 1,000 students participate in 130 programs, available in more than 40 countries.