From meals to health services, from library resources to transportation between campuses, we have offer you a wealth of campus resources. Here’s some of what you can expect:

During school days, Dougherty Family College students receive free breakfast and lunch in Food for Thought on the Minneapolis campus. You must get these meals at Food for Thought in order to take advantage of them.

St. Thomas provides a wide range of health services, including primary care, women’s health services, urgent care and wellness services. 

Housing in St. Thomas residence halls is not available for students of the Dougherty Family College. If you need housing, St. Thomas can help you find convenient off-campus options in Minneapolis or St. Paul.

As a student of Dougherty Family College you also have access to Keffer Library on the Minneapolis campus, as well as all other university libraries, course-related library holdings and materials (print and electronic), and interlibrary loan services.

Located in Terrence Murphy Hall, the Minneapolis campus bookstore is where you’ll go to get your textbooks. It also sells school supplies, snacks, gifts, university apparel and other merchandise.

As a Tommie, you have access to a free shuttle between the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses. If you need to park near the Minneapolis campus, you may do so in the City of Minneapolis Parking Ramp at 11th Street and Harmon Place. You will need to pay for parking. 

Monday mornings at 8:30 a.m., student-led mindfulness meditation will be held in the Student Commons in the lower level of Terrence Murphy Hall in Minneapolis. All students, staff and faculty members are invited to join and participate in a practice that attempts to meet the unfolding conditions of life with a calm heart, an open mind and an enduring sense of ease and compassion.