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St. Thomas University is the home of Biscayne College; schools of Law; Science, Technology and Engineering Management; Business; Arts and Education; Theology and Ministry; and a wide variety of extracurricular, spiritual and community-oriented programs, all designed to further our students’ goals and leadership abilities.
Today, St. Thomas University is in the midst of one of the most exciting periods in its history. The Fernandez Family Center for Leadership and Wellness is an athletic and educational hub serving as the home to the University’s School of Arts and Education, the nationally renowned Sports Administration Programs, and the basketball and volleyball teams.
With the opening of the Carnival Cruise Lines Science and Technology Building, St. Thomas University has dramatically increased its undergraduate research abilities and is beginning to offer nationally unique science programs like the STEM (Science, Technology, and Engineering & Mathematics) FELLOWS cohorts. The Fellows program offers selected minority students with outstanding academic records the chance to pursue research-based majors in biology, chemistry, and mathematics. These baccalaureate students will be prepared to compete for entry into the finest graduate science, mathematics, and medical programs in the nation.
From the new athletic facilities to the expansion of academic programs and nationally recognized undergraduate research, our campus will have a lasting impact on our students for generations to come.
St. Thomas University is situated on 150 lush acres in the heart of Miami.
A haven for diversity, St. Thomas University has students enrolled from more than 70 countries and many different ethnic backgrounds.
The University defines itself as an institution that values diversity. This is reflected in the importance and pride the University places in a student body that includes a balanced number of men and women, and includes people from a variety of racial, ethnic, socio-economic, religious, and national identities.
The University recognizes the traditional liberal arts goal of expanding students intellectual horizons by exposing all students both to a diversity of cultures and to an analysis of the experience of being different.
The Office of Student Affairs provides technical support and assistance to multicultural organizations on campus. These organizations enable students to explore, maintain, and strengthen their cultural identities, while maintaining their connections to the life of the University through campus-wide activities.
The existing Multicultural Organizations were developed by groups of students who had the desire and saw a need for a group to support their common interests. The Office of Student Services is always open to new ideas in areas in which students see a need for greater community.
St. Thomas University welcomes you to our rapidly growing international student population. An education from St. Thomas University provides unique cross-cultural and international experiences and background inside and outside of the classroom. You will have the opportunity to explore these perspectives at St. Thomas which brings together American and international students in an intimate, personal learning environment.