St. Thomas More (STM) is a Catholic college that is open to all USask students. STM is federated with the University of Saskatchewan and located on the main USask campus in Saskatoon.
STM values learning that is connected to real world experience and hopes to educate leaders that will, in turn, build a more just and sustainable society.
Discover the STM advantage
Students in any college at USask can take STM courses as part of their degree, and students in the College of Arts and Science have the additional option to self-declare as St. Thomas More College students.
We want each of our students to be challenged and transformed by their university education. Our hope is that each of our students will discover their passion, become engaged citizens, find a meaningful career, contribute to their communities, and live out their vocation.
Self-declaring as a St. Thomas More College student gives you access to MORE!
- MORE transition support to have a successful first year
- MORE student services such as academic advising
- MORE good food with your 10% discount at Choices at St. Thomas More Cafeteria
- MORE scholarship and bursary opportunities
- MORE on-campus job opportunities
- MORE community opportunities to engage with talented faculty, staff, and students in a dynamic learning environment
You can self-declare as an STM student when applying for admission to the University of Saskatchewan or, after admission, self-declare using your PAWS account.
Classes and programs
Discover STM classes
STM offers over 245 credit courses that any USask student can take as part of their degree. You may choose to take STM classes because you value their small size; the engaging professors; the many distinct subject offerings, or simply because they fit best into your schedule.
- Art History
- Catholic Studies
- Classical, Medieval, & Renaissance Studies
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Political Studies
- Religious Studies
Discover STM programs
STM coordinates the following programs, in conjunction with the College of Arts and Science:
- Catholic Studies
- Critical Perspectives on Social Justice and the Common Good
- Ukrainian Studies
- Jewish and Christian Origins