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93% of St. Thomas Students Receive Scholarships.

2017-2018

Michelle Murch

B.B.A in Sports Administration ’17

M.S. in Sports Administration ’18

Graduated

St. Thomas gave me the opportunity to meet very successful people in the sports industry that started exactly where I did, which showed me anything is possible. I also got the chance to graduate with my bachelor’s degree in three years and immediately start my master’s degree; and through it all I was able to play softball.

Bachelor of Business Administration in Sports Administration

Jannel Johnson

Leana Ramos

Bachelor of Science in Biology ’17

Bachelor of Arts in English ’17

Graduated

While at St. Thomas University, I participated in groundbreaking autism research. Research of that caliber isn’t available to undergraduate students at other universities. It was exciting to work on something that could possibly help millions of people with autism. I credit the university’s undergraduate research programs and its professors for the year-long fellowship I was recently awarded at the National Institute of Health (NIH).

School of Science

School of Arts

Leana Ramos

Jannel Johnson

Master of Arts in Criminal Justice

Graduate Student, Women's Soccer

St. Thomas University has a really big support system. It reminds me of a family. I’m in the criminal justice program which exposes students to real world experiences, and the professors are always available whenever I need them. The ease of accessibility to faculty and staff is something other universities can’t offer.

Criminal Justice Program

Jannel Johnson

Connor Christie

Bachelor of Business in Accounting '18

Senior, Men's Soccer

I left my home country of Wales to study in the United States because I wanted to experience different cultures. At St. Thomas University I have been able to grow and learn from its diverse student body, and experience different cultures.

School of Business

Connor Christie

Whitney Battoe

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology '18

Senior, Women's Volleyball

Everyone at St. Thomas University feels welcome and inspired to be the best they can be in the classroom and on the field. Being that it is a smaller university, everyone genuinely takes the time to get to know you, and help you with whatever you may need. It’s a caring close-knit family environment that has helped me grow academically and athletically.

Psychology Program

Whitney Battoe

Adrian Escarate

B.A. in Communication Arts ’11

M.A in Communication Arts ’18

Graduated

At St. Thomas I was given the opportunity to play tennis and receive academic and sports scholarships that covered 100 percent of my tuition. I was very fortunate because it weren’t for St. Thomas I don’t know if I would’ve kept studying. STU also provided a sense of community and unity unlike any other university. The professors know you by name and you form a strong bond with other students.

Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts

Adrian Escarate

Garrick Amedee

B.S. in Biology ’14

M.B.A ’18

Graduated

At STU, I feel like more than just another student. The teacher to student ratio allows for a more personalized experience. With the help of my professors, I was able to attain a competitive internship with the United States Department of Agriculture and compete in international finance competitions, which will give me an advantage when applying for full-time positions once I graduate with my MBA from STU.

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Jannel Johnson

Luisa Maria De Souza

Bachelor of Science in Biology '13

Graduated

During my undergraduate career at St. Thomas University, I took advantage of the unique research opportunities at the school of science, which reinforced my interest in medicine. From the moment I entered St. Thomas University I had a connection with the faculty and staff; a connection I wouldn’t have had at a big university. If it weren’t for the support of my teachers and staff members at St. Thomas, I wouldn’t be what I am today – a medical student at Penn State.

School of Science

Luisa Maria De Souza
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St. Thomas University Receives Lilly Endowment Grant to Help Pastors Thrive in Congregational Leadership

October 9, 2018 St. Thomas University (STU) has received a $1 million grant to help establish a unique program Investing in Pastors: Thriving in Ministry in South Florida. It is part of Lilly Endowment Inc.’s Thriving in Ministry, an initiative that supports a variety of religious organizations across the nation as they create or strengthen programs that help pastors build relationships with experienced clergy who can serve as mentors and guide them through key leadership challenges in congregational ministry. Read More
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STU Announces First Head Football Coach, William Rychel

October 15, 2018 William Rychel, the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Savannah State University, has been named St. Thomas University’s (STU) first head football coach.“I targeted Coach Rychel to start the program at St. Thomas University because he was one of the key drivers who helped me start a football program at Notre Dame College in Cleveland,” said STU President David A. Armstrong. Read More
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STU Names Institute for Data Science and Analytics

October 1, 2018 St. Thomas University (STU) has established and named its Institute for Data Science and Analytics in honor of Lisa and Victor Mendelson.This significant gift helps propel the University’s data analytics and data science programs forward as a leading tech hub for Latin America and Europe. The Mendelson Family gift will name the Institute for Data Science and Analytics; fund the building of two state-of-the art computer laboratories within the new Gus Machado School of Business Building. 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