St. Thomas More College
1437 College Drive
Saskatoon SK S7N 0W6
St. Thomas More College (STM) is a Catholic liberal arts college federated with the University of Saskatchewan (U of S).
Established in 1936, STM is the only federated college of the U of S. It is administratively and financially autonomous, but academically integrated within the university. STM classes are U of S classes and count towards U of S program requirements.
Maintaining the Catholic intellectual tradition, St. Thomas More College promotes a community environment with a commitment to academic excellence - challenging students to think creatively and critically about social issues, communicate effectively and to discover their potential as a whole person.
STM offers approximately 230 university courses in the following subject areas: Anthropology; Archaeology; Classical, Medieval and Renaissance Studies; Catholic Studies; Economics; English; French; Hebrew; History; Interdisciplinary Studies; Latin; Philosophy; Political Studies; Psychology; Religious Studies; Sociology; Spanish; and Ukrainian. To see a full listing of classes taught and programs coordinated by STM, please visit stmcollege.ca
Registration in STM classes is open to any University of Saskatchewan student. STM course credit is counted toward the requirements of Arts and Science degrees, and in many cases, satisfies the elective requirements in other University of Saskatchewan degree programs. STM classes have section numbers between 60 and 79 with the majority held in STM classrooms. For official course entries, please visit the Course Descriptions section of this Catalogue.
Register for STM classes through paws.usask.ca.