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If you're looking for a post-secondary environment that facilitates critical thought and discussion about important issues, uniquely celebrates the arts, fosters close relationships between professors and students, and allows students the flexibility to study their passions and advance causes important to them, STU may be the right fit for you!
I've called St. Thomas University my home since I moved to Fredericton from New England in 2010 to begin my Bachelor of Arts degree. Four years later, I graduated with an Honours in Interdisciplinary Studies, as well as a major in Sociology and minor in English Language and Literature. My degree at STU afforded me the opportunity to be mentored by experts in their fields, engage in research aimed at improving the world in which we live, and gain work experience that helped me not only prepare for my professional career, but also develop as a person and citizen.
I had the most amazing experience at STU during my four years. I always knew that I was interested in liberal arts, but through the first couple of years the ability to study a variety of disciplines allowed me to find what I was truly passionate about.
I graduated from STU’s Bachelor of Arts program in 2019 with Majors in International Relations and Political Science, as well as Minors in Economics and History. I'm originally from a small island off the coast of Maine with a population of approximately 365 people, so STU’s tight-knit community and small class sizes made the University a perfect fit for me. Everyone at STU made me feel right at home. Whether it was professors knowing my name throughout my entire four years, living in residence, or being involved in societies around campus, I felt immediately welcomed into a new community.
I loved the freedom my STU degree offered by allowing me to take many courses outside of my French major and Music minor, such as Great Books, History, and Psychology. I also quickly found myself involved in extracurriculars, leadership, work, and volunteer opportunities. I’d love to chat with you about STU to see if it is the right fit for you!
I'm thrilled to have completed two degrees as a STUdent, graduating in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts, and in 2019 with a Bachelor of Education. I'm originally from Waterloo, Ontario, and although I was nervous about moving to New Brunswick, I quickly found the STU community to be very welcoming and accepting. The program offerings and unique liberal arts approach to education played a large role for me when deciding on STU, and my education here proved to be enriching, teaching me a lot about myself and the world around me.
Students on our immersive campus have historically thrived as forward-thinkers and change-makers, gaining transferable skills and thriving in countless professional fields. I would be thrilled to chat about the opportunities you can gain in our community. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out.
I can assure you that St. Thomas will provide you an experience like no other! The City of Fredericton is a wonderful, progressive community that fosters academic and personal growth. While choosing a University can be intimidating, rest assured that the faculty and staff at St. Thomas are committed to their students and provide the greatest effort in fostering seamless transitions.
As an international student, it was important for me to feel comfortable living miles away from home. Both Fredericton and St. Thomas were perfect for this transition. I'm really passionate about this university, and I can't wait to talk to you about the opportunities that await you here.
I graduated from STU in 2012 with double honours in English and Great Books. I then went on to complete a Master’s degree in Philosophy. I came to Fredericton as an international student from Lima, Peru, and coming to STU has been one of the best decisions I've ever made. As a student, I participated in a variety of extra-curricular activities, from working with the Students' Union to being elected Grad Class President. Whatever your interests are, you will find an opportunity to pursue them within the community.