Maintain the focus of the operation on a faculty, staff and student centered learning and support environment. Develop an institution-wide approach that established the role of technology as an enabling mechanism for the achievement of the University’s mission and goals.

  • Promote efficient and effective technology improvements that enhance student learning and simplify their interactions with university administrative functions.
  • Ensure the seamless integration for all student, faculty and institutional information.
  • Promote an accurate, reliable, flexible and easy to use information management systems infrastructure.
  • Facilitate intra and inter departmental information sharing and support.
  • Ensure system flexibility and growth potential. Adopt technologies whenever possible based upon industry standards and the University’s present and future requirements.
  • Ensure that the funding, training and support resources are adequate and available to maintain the currency and effectiveness of the technological service.
  • Promote multi-purpose and shared allocation of resources and technological services.
  • Provide cost effective support services. 

 

Baseball

STU's Perez named to USA Baseball Collegiate National Team

June 16, 2018 CARY, N.C. – St. Thomas University Head Baseball Coach Jorge Perez has officially begun his duties as a member of USA Baseball's 2018 Collegiate National Team coaching staff as players and coaches reported to the USA Baseball National Training Complex earlier this week in Cary, North Carolina. Read More
News

STU Baseball Heading to NAIA World Series

May 15, 2018 For the sixth time in school history, the St. Thomas University baseball team will be heading to the NAIA World Series. The top seeded Bobcats (56-7), ranked no. 3 in the nation by the NAIA Coaches Top 25 poll, won the Hattiesburg Bracket of the NAIA National Championship Opening Round and now own the school record for most single-season wins.... Read More
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From the couch to the stadium: eSports comes to STU

June 27, 2018 eSports is a growing phenomenon, and it is expanding into the collegiate sports scene. Currently, there are around 50 collegiate programs, with a national governing body known as the National Association of Collegiate (NACE). And, this fall, St. Thomas University will launch a scholarship supported competitive eSports team! But, what exactly is eSports? Read below to find out. Read More

St. Thomas University Events

Sat 15
Library Summer Hours Saturday, July 15, 2017 to Sunday, August 20, 2017
Mon 24
Soccer Camp Monday, July 24 - 9 am
Tues 25
Soccer Camp Tuesday, July 25 - 9 am
Wed 26
Soccer Camp Wednesday, July 26 - 9 am