Offices and Classrooms
The faculty and staff offices of the School of Theology and Ministry are located in Sullivan Hall on the south side of St. Thomas University’s 144 acre wooded-campus. Classes are held in O’Mallia and Kennedy Halls as well as seminar rooms in the University library. Wireless is available throughout the campus. View our campus map.
At the center of campus is St. Anthony’s Chapel, a 400 seat worship space which was dedicated in 2004. The building, the artwork, the stained glass, statues and liturgical appointments were designed by Father Jorge Sardinas, a priest of the Archdiocese of Miami and former professor of Visual Arts and History at St. Thomas University. He was also the Curator of the Atrium Art Gallery in the St. Thomas University Library. Though its design is contemporary, the chapel retains a classical atmosphere. More.
The 50,000 sq. ft. St. Thomas University Library houses over 159,827 items in its physical collection, 513 current print periodicals subscriptions, and provides access to over 111,222 e-books, and 154 online databases. The Library’s holdings in theology and related disciplines include a collection of 35,000 print books, 29,900 e-books from the ATLA Religious Monograph collections 1 and 2, and the Ebsco E-books collections on religious topics. The Library also offers access to the ATLA Religion Database, the Catholic Periodical Literature Index, Academic Search Premier, and the Biblical Archaeology Society. More.
Sports and Recreation
You can enjoy outdoor tennis and swimming or work-out in the fitness center housed in the new Fernandez Family Center for Leadership and Wellness.