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Student Affairs FAQ
Reservations FAQ

What services does the University offer the disabled including accessibility and parking?
Accessibility is a top priority at the University of St. Thomas. Our campus is fully accessible. Please learn more here. 

Where can disabled visitors find a wheelchair?
Find out more here.

Where can I learn more about on-campus dining?
Learn more here. 

Who is eligible for a UST ID card?
Enrolled students, alumni, faculty, staff, visiting faculty and visiting students are all eligible. Please learn more here.

How can I verify my current balance of flex dollars on my card?
Contact the Food Services office at 713-525-3573 or visit the University Business Office at the Herzstein Enrollment Center (713-525-6992 or businessoffice@stthom.edu) to verify your balance.

Is there a Notary Public on campus?
Yes, notary services are available free of charge at the Campus Security Office (713-942-5079). Find out more here.

Reservations FAQ

What event/meeting spaces are available in John H. Crooker Center?
See all the options here.

Whom do I contact to reserve a space?
It depends on the space, please find out more here.

What types of events are acceptable?

  • Meetings and special events involving UST staff, students, faculty and organizations
  • Information tables for UST staff, students, faculty and outside vendors promoting goods and services to UST students
  • Career information tables for employers promoting career opportunities who are hosted by Career Services and Testing
  • Open forums and focus groups who are UST affiliated and pre-approved

Who approves requests processed through the Office of Student Affairs?
All UST affiliated requests are approved by the Assistant Director of Student Activities.

All non-UST affiliated requests are approved by the Vice President for Student Affairs or the Assistant Vice President of Campus Life.

Is there a form to reserve a space?
Yes, you must contact us at studentaffairsdirect@stthom.edu.

What is the procedure for reserving a space through the Office of Student Affairs?
Prior to submitting your request, get advance approval from your advisor (student organizations), direct supervisor (staff) and/or department head (faculty).

STEP 1: Verify your plans conform to the University guidelines as outlined in the UST Student Organization Handbook available on myStThom.

STEP 2: Contact the Office of Student Affairs at studentaffairsdirect@stthom.edu for availability of spaces.

STEP 3: The Office of Student Affairs will email you the Space User Request Form.

STEP 4: Complete and submit the form according to instructions on the form.

STEP 5: The Assistant Director of Student Activities will consider your request and notify you via email.

Is there a fee?
Certain fees may apply. Contact us at studentaffairsdirect@stthom.edu for details.

Is food service allowed?
Yes, and the University has certain guidelines that must be met. All food service events must be pre-approved by an advisor, direct supervisor and/or department head. Non-University food services must be approved in advance by the Assistant Director of Student Activities.

How do I order University food services for an event?
Order online at http://www.ustcatering.catertrax.com/

Contact:
Robin H. Jass, Assistant Food Service Director (Catering)
713-831-7293
jass-robin@aramark.com

What are the guidelines for inviting guest speakers?
The Assistant Director of Student Activities must approve any speakers and/or entertainers a minimum of three weeks in advance of the event.

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