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Take advantage of networking, career advancement benefits and volunteer opportunities. Expand your reach by accessing a powerful network of executives, entrepreneurs and changemakers.

Career Advancement Benefits and Service

We’re stronger, together. By investing in the Opus College of Business alumni community, you strengthen our brand as a premiere business college. A strong brand increases the value of your degree and elevates the expertise you bring to the table.

Engage as an alumni partner and increase your visibility today. From simply updating your contact information to networking on St. Thomas Connect and joining the alumni board, your involvement matters.

Your experience with the Opus College of Business doesn’t have to end at graduation. Make the most of your lasting relationship with the Opus College of Business.

Career Advancement Benefits & Services

Alumni of Opus College of Business degree programs can take advantage of a wide variety of perks and resources.

Get ongoing support to manage every stage of your career. Expand your horizons and your skill set with career counseling, job opportunities and more.


Alumni receive tuition discounts on the following programs:

  • Graduate Certificates – Graduate business degree holders get a 25% discount on tuition for additional graduate coursework, which may be applied to complete a graduate certificate program.
  • Executive Education – Opus College of Business undergraduate and graduate alumni get a 15% discount on most open-enrollment non-degree programs offered by Executive Education.

Alumni have borrowing privileges and on-campus access to databases at all St. Thomas libraries.


Use St. Thomas Connect to reconnect with classmates, expand your professional network and to learn about upcoming events and mentorship opportunities.


Join the Opus College of Business LinkedIn group to share ideas and connect with students, alumni, faculty and staff.

Find alumni from all St. Thomas degree programs and schools from our secure online directory.


If a coworker, family member or friend in your network is interested in starting the next chapter in their professional life in either the Part-time MBA or MS in Business Analytics, please refer them to us by completing this Graduate Business Programs Referral form.

If your referral is accepted to the program after being referred, they will receive a $1,000 scholarship towards their first semester in the program. For the scholarship to apply the referral needs to be submitted on or before the date the application for the program is started.

To show our gratitude, we will provide you with a St. Thomas branded thank you after your referral begins their studies.


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Graduate Business Alumni Board Chairs

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Hank Hoelscher

Manager Nuclear Analysis and Design at Excel Energy

Graduate Business Alumni Board Co-Chair 
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Meghan (McCarty) Conway

Vice President of Operational Controls and Risk Management at Wells Fargo

Graduate Business Alumni Board Co-Chair 
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07/16/24

In the News: St. Thomas Student Planning College Music Festival at Allianz Field

Breno Bueno, an undergraduate student from Brazil at the University of St. Thomas, recently spoke with the Pioneer Press about a music festival he is planning at Allianz Field in Saint Paul. From the story: What sets the Forbidden Festival apart, according to its 23-year-old founder, who is an undergraduate at the University of St.… The post In the News: St. Thomas Student Planning College Music Festival at Allianz Field appeared first on Newsroom | University of St. Thomas.

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07/10/24

In the News: Christopher Michaelson Asks the Big Questions About Why We Work

Christopher Michaelson, professor of business ethics at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business, recently co-authored the book, Is Your Work Worth It?, an excerpt from which was published by Fast Company. From the excerpt: For most of us, work will take a disproportionate share of our waking adult hours. It defines our… The post In the News: Christopher Michaelson Asks the Big Questions About Why We Work appeared first on Newsroom | University of St. Thomas.

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07/08/24

California Dreamin’ in Minnesota

Vast fields define the landscape of El Dorado Hills, a small town in Northern California. Once central in the California gold rush, the town is home to Blair Horan ’26. Just like the 49ers before him, Horan is no stranger to the search for gold. While in high school, the California native started and ran… The post California Dreamin’ in Minnesota appeared first on Newsroom | University of St. Thomas.

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