- Location St. Paul, MN
- Web Site http://www.stthomas.edu
- Nearest ELS Center St. Paul,MN
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|Key majors offered|
|Housing||Location Type||Offers Scholarships||Student Population||Offers CLA|
|Available for Undergraduate and Graduate||Urban||Yes||10245 (Total)||Yes|
|Degrees Offered||Public/Private||Institution Type||Student Body||Student Population|
|Bachelor, Master, Doctorate||Private||Doctorate-Granting University||Co-educational||536 (International)|
Yearly Costs / ELS Level
|Degree||Tuition||Fees||Housing **||Meals||OtherExpenses||I 20/Visa* (Total Required Funds)||ELS|
ELS/St. Paul is situated on the University of St. Thomas - Minnesota campus, located on the riverfront between St. Paul and Minneapolis. The University holds classes in both a residential area of St. Paul, as well as on the downtown campus of Minneapolis, and students are transported by a private shuttle bus to either campus. The unique ability to explore two campus locations provides students with a greater diversity of activities and opportunities. The two cities have a reputation for safety, cleanliness and low-cost living in a friendly Midwestern environment. The Mall of America retail complex is close by. St. Thomas enrolls over 10,000 students from the United States as well as over 500 students from 65 countries, representing every continent. St. Thomas ranks #113 in the National Universities category of the 2015 ""U.S. News & World Report's" "America's Best Colleges" survey. The University, a co-ed Catholic institution, is the state's largest independent college or university and the state's 16th-largest nonprofit organization. Students at St. Thomas enjoy a student/faculty ratio of 15 to 1 and are able to interact directly with professors. The average class size is 21 Undergraduate and 19 Graduate students. Average Temperatures Low (winter): 14°F/-10°C High (summer): 80°F/27°C
"The University of St. Thomas offers housing options in four apartment-style buildings and five single-sex residence halls with designated floors for a wide range of interests including First-Year Experience Communities, Women in Math and Science, Service Learning, Wellness Communities, and Catholic Women's or Catholic Men's Communities. Reasonable and appropriate housing options for physical accessibility are provided. While the University does not provide housing for graduate students, there is ample housing available in the surrounding residential area."
There are more than 100 student clubs, activities and organizations to choose from on-campus.