St. Thomas More College

1437 College Drive
Saskatoon SK S7N 0W6
Tel:306-966-8900
Toll- free:1-800-667-2019
Fax:306-966-8904
Website: www.stmcollege.ca

St. Thomas More College (STM) was established, in 1936, upon the invitation of the President of the University of Saskatchewan to the Catholic Bishop of Saskatoon. The Basilian Fathers, a religious congregation who pioneered the operation of Catholic colleges within universities throughout Canada, were invited to institute and operate the College—and they did. The College was incorporated by an Act of the Legislature of Saskatchewan in 1943, following formal approval by the Senate and Board of Governors of the University. (The Act was amended in 1972 and 2001.)

STM is the only federated college at the U of S; hence, it is administratively and financially autonomous from the University—that is, it receives its own provincial grants and is accountable to the Provincial Government—but it is academically integrated within the University. It offers university classes in the following departments: Anthropology, Archaeology, Economics, English, Languages & Linguistics, History, Philosophy, Political Studies, Psychology, Religious Studies,and Sociology. All STM classes are taught by STM faculty, who are members of the faculty of the College of Arts & Science and the General Academic Assembly. STM has representation on University Council.

Any student, in any discipline and in any college on campus, may take STM classes, which are held on the U of S campus. STM classes are denoted with an attribute of "St. Thomas More Class" and have section numbers between 60 and 79. STM classes willcount towards the student’s program requirements, and ultimately, the student’sUniversity of Saskatchewan degree.

St. Thomas More College regularly offers the following Arts & Science classes:

  • ANTH 111.3; ANTH 227.3; ANTH 233.3; ANTH 330.3
  • ARCH 116.3; ARCH 244.3; ARCH 252.3; ARCH 257.3; ARCH 258.3; ARCH 356.3; ARCH 385.3; ARCH 452.3; ARCH 465.3;
  • CMRS 401.3
  • CTST 105.3; CTST 106.3; CTST 200.3
  • ECON 111.3; ECON 114.3; ECON 204.6; ECON 211.3; ECON 214.3; ECON 254.3; ECON 270.3; ECON 272.3; ECON 298.3: ECON 376.3; ECON 380.3
  • ENG 110.6; ENG 111.3; ENG 112.3; ENG 113.3; ENG 114.3; ENG 202.6; ENG 215.3; ENG 217.3; ENG 221.6; ENG 253.6; ENG 277.3; ENG 286.3; ENG 301.3; ENG 310.3; ENG 311.3; ENG 313.3; ENG 314.3; ENG 318.3; ENG 319.3; ENG 341.3; ENG 344.3; ENG 345.3; ENG 362.3; ENG 366.3; ENG 393.3; ENG 402.3; ENG 406.3; ENG 420.3;
  • FREN 103.3; FREN 106.3; FREN 122.3; FREN 125.3; FREN 128.3; FREN 212.3; FREN 218.3; FREN 220.3; FREN 258.3; FREN 304.4; FREN 312.3; FREN 350.3; FREN 423.3
  • HEB 111.6
  • HIST 111.3; HIST 121.3; HIST 122.3; HIST 202.3; HIST 205.3; HIST 213.6; HIST 214.3; HIST 215.6; HIST 230.3;HIST 231.3; HIST 236.3; HIST 307.3; HIST 309.3; HIST 313.3; HIST 330.3; HIST 402.3; HIST 403.3;HIST 421.3; HIST 424.3
  • INTS 202.3; INTS 203.3; INTS 400.3
    • PHIL 110.6; PHIL 120.3; PHIL 133.3; PHIL 140.3; PHIL 202.3; PHIL 204.3; PHIL 208.3; PHIL 209.3; PHIL 210.3; PHIL 211.3; PHIL 212.3; PHIL 215.3; PHIL 218.3; PHIL 219.3; PHIL 224.3; PHIL 226.3; PHIL 231.3; PHIL 233.3; PHIL 234.3; PHIL 235.3; PHIL 237.3; PHIL 238.3; PHIL 240.3; PHIL 262.3; PHIL 271.3; PHIL 294.3; PHIL 296.3; PHIL 302.3; PHIL 312.3; PHIL 313.3; PHIL 314.3; PHIL 315.3; PHIL 319.3; PHIL 337.3; PHIL 362.3; PHIL 396.3; PHIL 404.3; PHIL 412.3; PHIL 413.3
    • POLS 111.3; POLS 112.3; POLS 236.3; POLS 237.3; POLS 248.3; POLS 249.3; POLS 250.3; POLS 251.3; POLS 262.3; POLS 305.3; POLS 307.3; POLS 336.3; POLS 337.3; POLS 343.3; POLS 349.3; POLS 362.3; POLS 370.3; POLS 372.3; POLS 398.3; POLS 404.3; POLS 405.3;POLS 431.3; POLS 434.3; POLS 465.3; POLS 466.3
    • PSY 120.3, PSY 121.3; PSY 207.3; PSY 213.3; PSY 214.3; PSY 216.3;PSY 222.3; PSY 223.3; PSY 226.3; PSY 231.3; PSY 235.3; PSY 253.3; PSY 255.3; PSY 257.3; PSY 261.3; PSY 315.3; PSY 316.3; PSY 317.3; PSY 318.3
    • RLST 110.6; RLST 219.3; RLST 220.3; RLST 221.3; RLST 222.3; RLST 225.3; RLST 226.3; RLST 227.3; RLST 228.3; RLST 253.3; RLST 254.3; RLST 280.3; RLST 284.3; RLST 285.3; RLST 303.3; RLST 314.3; RLST 320.3; RLST 321.3; RLST 328.3; RLST 359.3; RLST 361.3; RLST 363.3; RLST 365.3; RLST 375.3; RLST 382.3; RLST 391.3; RLST 412.3; RLST 413.3
    • SOC 111.3; SOC 112.3; SOC 203.3; SOC 207.6; SOC 217.3; SOC 220.6; SOC 224.3; SOC 232.3; SOC 233.3; SOC 244.3; SOC 246.3; SOC 260.3; SOC 261.3; SOC 304.3; SOC 305.3; SOC 306.3; SOC 321.3; SOC 340.3; SOC 350.3; SOC 360.3; SOC 411.3; SOC 412.3; SOC 413.3
    • SPAN 114.3;SPAN 117.3
    • UKR 114.3; UKR 117.3; UKR 214.3; UKR 217.3;UKR 314.3; UKR 317.3

    Any on campus, full- or part-time student, in any discipline or pre-professional program within the College of Arts & Science, may register with STM through PAWS. (A first-year student would do this when he or she registers for classes for the first time.) STM students—who are still U of S Arts & Science students—pay no extra fees, and have no additional requirements to fulfill. They do not, for example, have to take any STM classes, nor do they have to be Catholic or of any religious affiliation. (While STM and its campus ministry team provide opportunities—such as counselling and liturgical and community activities—to explore and live out Christian values, no obligations are imposed in this area.)

    Basically, STM offers its students more options and benefits. STM students are, for example:

    • Part of a small, welcoming community, and home to a newly renovated facility (that is across from Place Riel, the main student centre on campus).
    • Invited to become involved in the STM Students’Union, which is STM’s student government.
    • Welcome to apply for STM scholarships and bursaries.