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I would get involved with Tommie Ambassadors. It is a opportunity to get to know fellow students and build leadership skills. As a Tommie Ambassador, you represent the school, host prospect freshmen during orientation, and give tours. The Library here is full of helpful people and an endless supply of computer- check it out. It also stays open till 2 am! How awesome is that. Take a tour of the residence dorms during the school year. The students are wonderful and welcoming. They can give you a lot of advice for the upcoming year.Read More
Be sure to visit the campus to get a feel for the area, and stay over night if you can. I cannot recommend overnight visits enough. You will really be able to picture yourself on campus and see if it is the right fit for you. Additionally, be aware of the costs; this school is great, but it definitely is one of the more expensive schools in the area. They offer financial aid that will bring the price down, but most of my friends have many student loans. St. Thomas does have a bit of a reputation as a rich kids' school, so if that is off-putting to you at all, then I would reconsider St. Thomas. However, that is one of my few complaints about the school itself.Read More