Founded in the year 1936, St. Thomas More College (abbreviated as STM) is a highly-ranked liberal arts College in Saskatchewan’s Saskatoon city, Canada. Established by the Basilian Fathers, it is a federated college of the prestigious University of Saskatchewan. It initially operated in the Newman Hall, which is typically known as the White House. The college had a total of 39 students and four faculty members in its first year. Over the years, the institution experienced changes in the faculty and student body, administrative structure and academic curriculum. The institution shifted to another building in 1956. It has affiliations from the Association of Commonwealth Universities and International Association of Universities. The college is also associated with Universities Canada and U Sports.
St. Thomas More College has its campus located in a beautiful setting at 1437 College Drive in Saskatoon city. The institution operates on the campus of the University of Saskatchewan and shares several facilities featured on the campus, which include recreational, educational and student support services. Constructed between 1954 and 1969, Greystone Building is the main building of the institution housing all the administrative offices, classroom spaces, an art gallery, a library and a state-of-the-art auditorium. It has a cafeteria named ‘Choices’ that serves tasty and healthy food and beverages. The chapel in the building holds a collection of fine works of original art, including murals by William Kurelek and Lionel Thomas and stained glass windows by Robert Rambusch.
Opened in 1963, the Shannon Library, with more than 57,000 printed volumes including books, journals, guide books and magazines, is the main source of information for both students and the faculty. In 2000, a fully-equipped computer lab was added to the library to prepare for the launch of new networking technology. Expansion of the library took place in 2015 when a fireplace with reclining chairs and high-density shelving to hold books were added. Built-in 1926, Newman Centre is the community building used as a venue for activities like the Annual Newman Retreat, TED talks, watching movies and other events. STM offers over 240 courses in different disciplines of humanities, arts and social sciences. The majors under these disciplines are offered by the College of Arts and Sciences (U of S), which include history, political studies, languages and linguistics, economics, religious studies, philosophy, anthropology, archaeology, psychology, sociology and English. Besides this, the institution has a separate academic unit in the Prairie Centre that supports the interdisciplinary study of Ukrainian history, religion, culture, language and politics from historical and cross-cultural perspectives. At present, the college has over 1,440 students pursuing their programmes either full-time or part-time. It has 135 administrative members on the roll.
STM has a comprehensive list of alumni, which includes the names of highly-successful and renowned graduates recognized for their contribution to their respective area of profession. The college maintains a full record of the accomplishments of its alumni and takes pride in celebrating them. It also creates a network between its current students and the alumni
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