|Student Affairs Services|
The Student Affairs Division is available to assist students with non-academic needs.
We offer accessibility services, ID cards, notary services and event space reservations.
See Student Affairs for more information about offices.
Accessibility is a top priority at the University of St. Thomas. The campus is equipped with ramps, accessible restrooms, disabled parking, passenger drop-off and convenient curb cuts for easy wheelchair access.
Manual push wheelchairs for visitors to the University are available at the following locations:
University Police Department
Moran Center Parking Facility, 1st floor
Office of Health Promotion & Wellness
Jerabeck Activity and Athletic Center, 1st floor
4000 Mt. Vernon Street
Every student, alum, faculty and staff member must carry a UST ID card when on campus. This card serves as:
- Personal identification card
- Library card
- Meal plan card
- Parking garage access card
- Residence hall access card
ID cards are available at the Office of Student Affairs on the second floor of the John H. Crooker Center. A valid ID such as a current driver license or a passport is required to receive a new or replacement ID card. The ID card application is available online and at the Office of Student Affairs.
Print your receipt.
Present your online receipt at the Office of Student Affairs as proof of payment.
Credit Card Payment
UST Business Office
Herzstein Enrollment Center,
4119 Yoakum St., 2nd Floor
Present your credit card receipt at the Office of Student Affairs as proof of payment.
Cash or Check Payment
UST Office of Student Affairs
John H. Crooker Center,
3900 Graustark St., 2nd Floor
Download the UST ID Card Application and ID Card Terms & Conditions.
Monday – Thursday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Closes at 1 p.m. on Fridays during Summer Session.)
More information on ID cards is posted on myStThom.
Notary services are available at the University Police Department office on the first floor of the Moran Parking Facility.
A valid driver license is required. If notarization requires one or more witnesses, those individuals must appear before the notary public along with the individual presenting documents to be notarized. Witnesses must also present valid proof of identification.
Event Space Reservations
Contact the Office of Student Affairs (email@example.com) to reserve the following:
- Information tables (Crooker Corridor)
- Old Book Store Student Lounge*
Contact the Office of Facilities Operations (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve the following:
- Academic Mall
- Ahern Room
- Council of Clubs Room
- Crooker Center Patios
- Crooker Center Life Mall
- University Crest and Walkway
For more event information, please consult the following on myStThom:
- UST Student Handbook
- UST Student Organization Handbook
- UST Employee Handbook
*The Old Book Store Student Lounge is dedicated for use by the UST student body, seven days a week. This space may be requested for use for special events and/or meetings only in the event no other space on campus is available. All requests require the approval of the Assistant Director of Student Activities.