Welcome! We’re glad you’re considering UST.

On this page, you'll find:

  • Admission requirements
  • UST majors & pre-professional programs
  • Degree plans
  • Scholarships that are available
  • Contact info for your freshman counselor
  • Links to apply or attend an event
  • Schedule of when we'll be at your school

What is UST Most Known For?

 

What is it Like Attending a Catholic University?
If you're wondering whether or not you'd feel comfortable attending a Catholic university, we stopped a diverse group of UST undergrads at random and asked them what their experience has been like.

Campus TourWe are excited for you to join us for a campus tour! Appointments are required for prospective student visits, and we will only be able to accommodate walk-in visitors if space allows.

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 Showcase SaturdayUST hosts a variety of special events throughout the year where topics such as the admissions process, scholarships, financial aid, and campus life are discussed. At these events, you'll have the opportunity to interact with students, faculty, and staff from different areas of campus.

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Have Questions about UST?

Join The University of St. Thomas Office of Undergraduate Admissions in our virtual information sessions for prospective and admitted students. During our hour-long information sessions, we will discuss topics such as:

  • Updated Admissions Requirements, How to Submit Your Transcripts & Test Scores, the Test Optional Application Process and more!
  • Financial Aid & Scholarships
  • Current Student Experience – Hear from one of our Presidential Ambassadors!
  • Majors & Programs and Clubs & Organizations
  • Next Steps for Admitted Students

We will also have an open Q & A session with Admissions Counselors.

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Domestic Students

The minimum requirements for automatic admission:

  • Completed application
  • Official transcript
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.8 or higher (on a 4.0 scale)

And one of the following:

  • Minimum of 1140 on SAT (UST school code: 6880)
  • Minimum of 23 on ACT (UST school code: 4238)

Transcript submissions ​Admissions Checklist - Domestic Freshman Students 

Test-Optional Candidates

 

International Students

You will need the following:

And one of the following as proof of English proficiency:

Transcript Submissions Admissions Checklist - International Freshman Students 

Exempt Countries

If you don’t meet those requirements, you may still be accepted.

Academic advisorDegree plans are broken into:

  • Majors
  • Minors
  • Pre-professional programs

Major degree plans show courses you'll need to earn your degree.

If you want to add a minor, minor plans show courses you'll need for that minor.

You can also combine your major with a pre-professional track like pre-med or pre-law. The pre-professional plans outline courses that will better prepare you for entering grad school, medical school, law school, etc. These courses may or may not be required for your application to those schools. Your academic adviser can assist with any questions you have.

Check Out the Plans

Great news!

More than 85% of new freshmen, both domestic and international, receive a UST scholarship upon enrolling.

The average UST aid package for new freshmen is over $17,000.

What's my scholarship amount?

 

Net Price Calculator​​

Estimate your scholarship & financial aid eligibility and net UST tuition costs.

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Gustavo Agreda

Coming from a low-income family, it was a blessing to receive a great scholarship and financial aid package from UST, my dream school. I can now focus on my education.

Gustavo Agreda First-Generation College Student