Meet Your Tour Guides
Our Tour Guides are current students who know first-hand what life at St. Thomas is like. From classes to meal hall, and residence to student services, they have the knowledge and experience to answer all of your questions!
Northfield, New Hampshire, USA
Great Books and History
"STU’s greatest quality is its unique combination of its liberal arts and interdisciplinary approaches. I benefited from the opportunity to explore all disciplines before picking a specialization, and ultimately, these other subjects strengthened what I had learned within my preferred majors."
Criminology and Psychology
"Taking a campus tour provides the opportunity to ask questions, sit in on a class, make meaningful connections with upper-year students and talk to professors. Taking a campus tour greatly influenced my decision to attend STU!"
Criminology and Human Rights
"James Dunn Hall is probably my favourite spot on campus. There’s bound to be a table there full of people that you know. In addition to the social aspect, there are also quieter areas for studying."
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Economics and International Relations
"You won’t truly realize how awesome the campus is until you see it for yourself led by the people who know it the most—the STUdents."
Science and Technology Studies and Communications
"I love the hands-on opportunities I get in my classes. I've had the chance to work with local companies and publish an article with CyberNB. These experiences allowed me to engage in and learn real life skills."
Criminology, French, and Psychology
"My favorite things about STU are the friendly, tight-knit community and the beautiful campus!"
English and Great Books
"A campus tour gives you a sense of grounding from the beginning. You can see how you feel just walking around campus, and learning about the services. Then coming on your first day here, you’ll already have little familiarity on your side!"
Saint John, NB
Philosophy, Criminology, and Psychology
"I can't pinpoint one thing because there is so much I love about this university, so here are my top three: the community, the small classes, and the personable professors."
Political Science, Human Rights, and Great Books
"I really appreciate getting to know my professors on an individual basis and having so many opportunities to get involved on campus! I also love getting to take classes from so many disciplines, and not being limited to a single program stream."