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! 
Jenicca Jean
Nackawic, NB
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!"  


Grace Baker

Liscomb, NS
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." 




Tyrique Hamil
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."





Shannon Thistle 
Quispamsis, NB
Criminology, French, and Psychology

"My favorite things about STU are the friendly, tight-knit community and the beautiful campus!"






Emma Rhodes
Strathmore, AB
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!" 



Megan Gibson
Berwick, NS
Political Science and Human Rights

A campus tour gives you the chance to meet other students, see where you will be living, and explore what programs you may be interested in. STU is a wonderful community and that makes you feel welcomed from the minute you first step on campus!




Madeline Harquail
Saint John, NB
Great Books and Fine Arts

One thing that I'm excited to share with people is STU's Global Brigades chapter. This year I had the opportunity to travel to Honduras where we built Hygiene stations and helped with a water system project that will provide water to an entire community.




Brandon Case
Fredericton, NB
Criminology and Law, Politics & Society

I'm very excited to have the opportunity to share my love and passion for St. Thomas as a university and as a community. STU allowed me to fall in love with various subjects and encouraged me to pursue law school following the completion of my BA!




Christen Curran-Wall
Saint John, NB
Criminology and Sociology

I chose STU because I love the community on campus and the options I was given for classes. I felt my education and my interests would be taken seriously, and I could tell the professors were interested in me and why I liked certain subjects.




Madison O’Connor
Quispamsis, NB
Criminology and Communications

Taking a campus tour allows you to get a feel for STU’s atmosphere and have any of your question answered by a student who was once in the same position as you. In fact, it was a tour that convinced me that STU is where I want to be!




Anna Sirois
Edgecomb, Maine, USA
Human Rights

One of the questions I get most often on tours is "What is the professor-student relationship like?" Professors genuinely care about our education and I've found they've always made time for me. 




Olivia DesRoches
Hampton, NB
Psychology, Communications, and Law, Politics, and Society

Touring campus gives you an inside look at what life at STU is all about. It helps you become more familiar with the school, its programs, and everything it has to offer outside of academics. 




Pablo Serra Costa
Alicante, Spain
International Relations

"I was very tempted to come to STU but it wasn't until I came and saw it for myself that I truly fell in love with STU. A campus tour is a great opportunity to get familiar with campus and learn more about all the different services and resources available at STU!"





Nicole Murray
Moncton, New Brunswick
Criminology and Psychology

Living in residence can be a great opportunity in your first year to meet people and become accustomed to living away from home. I met two of my current roommates while living in Vanier during my first year.




Louise Touchbourne
Grand Bay-Westfield, NB
Spanish and Human Rights

I often get asked about my workload and I tell future students there's a lot of work in university and it's tough, but in a different way. My grades are better now because I’m invested in what I’m studying. At STU, your passion for the subject > the workload.




Julia Haldeman
Maine, USA
Musical Theatre and Native Studies 

By touring campus, you're able to familiarize yourself with classrooms, the study hall, the meal hall, dormitories and fun places to hang out! I love to show people the black box theatre in JDH! It’s where I started my theatre adventure at STU.




Laura Wade
Riverview, NB
Political Science and Criminology 

Taking a tour of campus is a great way to become more familiar with the university and to better understand if it's the right fit for you. 





Graci Young
Pictou, NS
Human Rights and Criminology

I love that there are so many opportunities available for students! No matter what you are interested in, you can find ways to get involved and gain experience through academia, internships, or volunteering. The connections you make at STU are invaluable!


Emily Lawson
Fredericton, NB
Sociology, French, and Human Rights

I love that STU has a small campus—it takes me 5 minutes at most to walk to each class! I also love how nice the professors are. They are always willing to help if I have a problem understanding class material!


Juan Diego Rivas
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Political Science and Economics

I love the diverse community that the university has. I got the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and learn about what makes their culture so unique!



Emilia Gutierrez
Quito, Ecuador
Human Rights and Sociology 

I love our STU community and how welcoming and open-minded it is. Coming from another country, it is always scary to change your environment, but the minute I got on campus my first year I felt right at home here.




Robyn MacCara
Oromocto, NB
Psychology and Gerontology

Future STUdents should take a tour so they can see how beautiful campus is in person! They will also get the chance to hear what life at STU is really like from their tour guide—a current STUdent!  




Fabiana Rosado
Daule, Ecuador
Economics and International Relations

I love how my peers and I engage in class discussions that are deep and analytical and how STU’s liberal arts approach allows you to explore all sides of a topic.