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Important information for College of Health graduates

Our Alumni

College of Health Alumni

Regardless of what you studied while at St. Thomas, graduates of each of these programs are part of the alumni family of the Morrison Family College of Health. Those who completed their bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in one of our programs are invited to stay connected and enjoy the resources available to College of Health graduates.

Program-Specific Resources

Explore resources specific to alumni of our Graduate School of Professional Psychology and School of Social Work.

The Graduate School of Professional Psychology would like to invite our alumni and community partners to stay connected. Here are some ways to do that:

  • Email: You email us with any questions about staying in touch
  • Facebook: Like our Facebook page to receive updates and connect with other alumni
  • Share your story: Let us know about your accomplishments, whether it be a presentation, promotion, new, job, published research, media publicity, or an exciting project. Email us the details at gradpsych@stthomas.edu. Also, let us know if we can share your success on Facebook!
  • Participate in our alumni/student Mentoring Program. Be a mentor to a student to build a sense of community and belonging among our students and alumni, to advise students with specialty interests, celebrate their accomplishments, and help them make connections. To learn more about this program, please contact gradpsych@stthomas.edu

The St. Thomas School of Social Work would like to invite our alumni and community partners to stay connected and consider becoming involved in new ways with the School of Social Work. Our alumni and friends provide a huge service to our community through their efforts as field instructors, as guest speakers and professional resources, and much more. 

Please help us stay in touch by keeping your contact information current (especially your preferred email). If you have an announcement or would like to update your information, please email us.

You can also stay in touch with us on social media:

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Here to help

Career Development Help for Alumni

As Morrison Family College of Health students or alumni, you have access to many of the career assistance programs offered through the University of St. Thomas Career Development Center including:

  • Free workshops on networking, resume writing, job-hunt correspondence, interviewing skills
  • Individual career counseling appointments
  • Invitations to networking events, career speakers, and career fairs
  • On-campus and informational interviewing
  • Career assessments and inventories
  • Online resources (Information Central)

The Career Development Center is located in Murray-Herrick room MHC 123 on the St. Paul campus.

Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday.
Hours are subject to change. 

Contact the Career Development Center: (651) 962-6761. 

Career Development Center

Career Resource for Alumni, Students and Employers


Handshake is a platform for students, alumni and employers to connect with job and internship opportunities, career events, and more. Employers can use the platform to post jobs and internships, to contact candidates directly, and to participate in on-campus interviews, career fairs, and recruiting events.

Alumni Giving

Like those who came before them, many of our students rely on time and resources from alumni to succeed. If you wish to volunteer your time, knowledge, and experience on one or more of the topics listed above (or any other) please send an email coh@stthomas.edu

There are many ways to give throughout the year and your monetary offerings get to the students in the form of scholarships.

As a graduate of our program, we invite you to consider volunteering to informally mentor a student. Alumni can provide advice about:

  • What courses to take
  • Career development/advancement
  • Networking in your area of expertise

If you’re interested, please email us.

Keep Learning and Growing

Education never gets old. For those interested in enhancing their resume and bolstering their knowledge, consider taking courses at the Morrison Family College of Health.

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Susan S. Morrison School of Nursing

Interested in becoming a Registered Nurse (RN)? Our Master of Science in Nursing program is for students without a nursing background who want to earn licensure as an RN. 

Master of Science in Nursing
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Ethics and Telemental Health

Licensed mental health professionals seeking 2 CE's in ethics, especially social workers, are invited to take this online course exploring the ethical concerns and challenges related to telemental health care delivery. 

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