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Welcome, Future STUdents!

Our dedicated focus on undergraduate liberal arts education provides a unique and personal approach to learning. Our small, tight-knit community prioritizes knowledge-gaining and skill-building experiences to prepare you for your next big opportunity.

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Academic Programs

Study your interests in over 25 academic disciplines, including unique programs like Human Rights, Communications and Public Policy, International Relations, and more.

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A Versatile Degree

When you graduate, your resume will be as diverse as your years at STU. The knowledge, professional experience, and transferable skills you'll earn will be a firm foundation for whatever you decide to pursue next.

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Applying to STU

Making STU Home

The small, close-knit campus community at St. Thomas University is built on meaningful connections with peers and professors and a unique student experience that makes a difference for graduates in their careers and lives. In this video, hear from STUdents Jazna, Reinaldo, Ty, and Jazmyne on making STU home.

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STUdent Life

See St. Thomas for Yourself

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Our personalized camps tours are offered virtually and in-person. Current STUdents will be your guides and answer any questions you have about being a student at STU. 


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Important Dates

Make sure you don't miss any events or important information about our small university of big opportunities!

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Career Tracks

STU grads work in every field imaginable. Discover how you can build your STU experience around a specific career interest.

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Advanced Standing Program

Apply for the Advanced Standing program to experience university-level coursework on a part-time basis during your final year of high school.

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Early Start Credits

Earn post-secondary credits during your final year of high school. This opportunity is open to New Brunswick students in Anglophone high schools.

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