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From Combat to College: Veterans Return to Bootcamp for College Prep

UST Academic Boot Camp for Veterans

By Dr. Constantina Michalos Director of Tutorial Services We were in the Navy for two years, but we were stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, a Marine Corps base. Carved out of a national forest and fronting the Atlantic Ocean, it was actually quite beautiful. Jacksonville, the town attached to the base, was another story.…

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College Basketball Recruiting | How to Get Recruited – What to Expect

Anthony Medina, UST Head Men's Basketball Coach

By Anthony Medina ’12 Head Men’s Basketball Coach – University of St. Thomas The NCAA and NAIA basketball recruiting process includes spring and summer tournaments where student athletes can showcase their talent in front of college coaches. The path to making an NCAA or NAIA team is an arduous one, and students and parents need…

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5 Reasons It’s OK to Transfer Colleges

Alyssa Barnes

By Deema Al-Rasheed I am an international, transfer student. I obtained an associate of arts degree from a community college after moving to Texas, and I can honestly say transferring to a four-year university to get my bachelor’s degree was the best decision. The University of St. Thomas makes the transfer process easy for students.…

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Things to Do in Houston for Spring Break

Spring break is (finally) right around the corner. Though many of us look forward to destroying our sleep patterns and binge-watching whatever TV series is next on our Netflix queue, there are a few slightly more appealing activities to do give you a little break from the leisure of stretching out like a couch potato.…

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Studying Abroad: 6 Tips for Students Traveling Internationally

Traditional Japanese breakfast. All meals are served with rice.

By Alexis Zamora Communication ’16 Editor’s Note: University of St. Thomas offers group study abroad programs in nine countries and individual study abroad programs in 11 countries. Study abroad scholarships are available to assist students with their goal of studying in other countries. In this spotlight article, Alexis Zamora shares her tips for studying abroad…

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