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Written by Anna Fata
The University of St. Thomas is not for everyone. It's not a party school with Greek life, thousands of students to meet, wild fans at huge sporting events, or Ivy League admissions standards. But for those who decide to attend UST, there are great opportunities to flourish here. The small community provides students a comfortable environment in a large city. Students are well prepared for careers, and many departments help students find internship, research, and networking opportunities to help better the chances of students landing a dream job. As a Catholic institution, there are convenient Mass times, and friendly priests and nuns who provide moral support for students, regardless of their religion. Catholic students can get involved with religious activities to deepen their faith and meet other people who share the same values.
There are so many ways to become a big fish in a small pond here, with students encouraged to become leaders on campus. The small population allows most students to become familiar faces. Even the shyest people make long-lasting friendships. The small classes also lead to close relationships between students and teachers. Plus, the president of the University can be seen regularly walking around campus, talking to students on a first-name basis. You can rest assured that you will not feel like a number here. Maybe you won’t leave UST with a ton of drunken nights you will never remember, but you will definitely leave with memories you will never forget.
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