Starting Monday May 20 Students Enrolled in the Following Programs are Eligible to Purchase a Summer Parking Permit for the Minneapolis Campus
Beginning Monday, May 20, students enrolled in the following full-time academic programs will the opportunity to purchase a summer parking permit for the Minneapolis campus. Students enrolled in the School of Law and the Full-time Day MBA program who are taking summer courses, studying on campus for the summer, or working full-time on campus for the summer will be eligible to enroll for a summer parking permit. The cost of the permit is $150, will be sold to the first 60 students to enroll, and is valid from June 1 – August 16.
Students who are looking to enroll for a summer parking permit must register through Murphy Online (https://banner.stthomas.edu/pls/banner/prod/twbkwbis.P_WWWLogin). Completed registrations must be printed and brought to Parking Services on the Minneapolis campus located in the School of Law room 252.
Permits will be available for purchase from 8;00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. M-F.
International Students – if you have questions about your status, visa, etc. please stop by to see Samba on Thursday, April 25 from 11-1pm in the Commons.
The final Town Hall meeting of the semester will be held at noon on Thursday in the Commons. *Agenda includes:
- Study Abroad
- Mayo Innovation Scholar Program
- CEBC Ethics Case Competition
- Follies and Wonder Week update
Lunch provided. Please join us!
* Agenda subject to change
Friday, April 26
11:45am – 12:45pm
- Accenture’s Organizational Structure
- Accenture’s Business
- Accenture Finance
- Oen Forum, Discussion, Questions
A reminder for everyone about the Universities snow emergency/policies and procedures:
- Will a winter storm cancel classes? Dial (651) 962-SNOW or (651) 962-7669, to find out…(this is the first place they will update)
- The decision to close the university will be made by 6 a.m., if at all possible…if worsening conditions warrant the cancellation of evening classes and activities, that decision also will be announced by 3 p.m. The university will also typically send out emails, texts (if you are subscribed to the system), and post it on the UST homepage, www.stthomas.edu
- More information: http://www.stthomas.edu/news/2012/11/02/snow-emergency/
As of 9:15 a.m. today, Thursday April 11, the university is in normal operations.
Friday, April 19, 4:30 p.m – Master’s Pub: And That’s the News
Learn more / Register soon!
BringMeTheNews.com is a statewide news service that features an online news aggregator and a radio network recognized as the top radio newscast in the state of Minnesota – in all of its first three years of operation.
Sponsors of BringMeTheNews have included the biggest names in the state – Cargill, General Mills, Medtronic, Target, UnitedHealth, Mayo, Capella University and the state of Minnesota itself.
Rick Kupchella, founder of BringMeTheNews, will discuss the company’s first three years, and his transition from Emmy Award-winning TV news anchor to entrepreneur.
The Full-time UST MBA program has received funding from the Beverage Funds to purchase web cameras for the commons. The cameras provide “Full HD 1080p video calls on Skype for the sharpest video-calling experience”. Students interested in using these cameras for skype interviews, ABR meetings, interview stream or other activities can check them out from either Deb or Kay in TMH100. There is also one available in the Career Services Office.
Dean Christopher Puto will host the annual Full Time UST MBA Reception to honor the accomplishments of the Class of 2013
The Minneapolis Club
Friday, May 24, 2013
Faculty, staff and graduating students are invited to attend. RSVP at
We hope to see you and your family at this special event!
The Minneapolis Club is located at
729 2nd St S
Minneapolis, MN 55402