Make Your Impact on Campus
Learning may be the heart of your college education, but there’s more to your four years here than that. There are hundreds of ways to expand your world through campus life activities, clubs, sports, ensembles, volunteer organizations and student government.
Get creative and build your community inside and outside the classroom. Join CRU, Women in Business, Black Empowerment Student Alliance, HOLA, Computer Science Club or Sustainability Club. To stay active, register for futbol or try out for rowing or lacrosse.
Did You Know?
Student Clubs and Organizations
Places to Know
Club Sports and Intramurals
Compete in a club sport like rowing, lacrosse or join an intramural league to play volleyball, basketball, touch football and more.
Compete in a league or get a group together to play volleyball, basketball, touch football or whatever, just for the fun of it.
Undergraduate Student Government
Activities and Recreation
St. Thomas Activities and Recreation (STAR) provides a variety of student events including live music, movies, bingo, DIY crafts and more.
Diversity Activities Board
Plan events, cultural celebrations and more as a member of this student board, focused on diversity and inclusion.
Residential Connection Team
Anderson Student Center
Center for the Common Good
Community Engagement and Volunteering
Engage in meeting today’s societal challenges by joining others in working toward innovative, inclusive solutions.
Volunteer and make a difference in local and global communities at the Center for the Common Good.
Campus Ministry celebrates the diversity of faith traditions represented in our university community by meeting the pastoral and spiritual growth needs of all.
We work to deepen our community’s commitment to spiritual growth and social justice through a variety of prayers, service and educational opportunities.
As a first-year student, you will be a part of either a Living Learning Community (LLC) or a Theme-Based Learning Community (TBLC).
LLC’s are specialized living environments that help connect students in and out of the classroom. Each LLC is unique, but all are centered on an academic area of interest or academic program.
The goal of a Theme-Based Learning Community (TBLC) is to provide students with an experience centered on a mission-based theme.
Attend an Athletics Event
As a student, you will have access to plenty of Division I sports teams, and we’ll need you to bring the noise and help us create new traditions. Our Tommies will be competing for opportunities to ball, puck, swim and succeed on the national stage and show people what our university is all about.
Athletics events and pre-and post-game traditions are shared with all Tommies as a great way to meet new friends and unite across campus.