Twin Cities University Services

As Saint Mary’s faculty, you are welcome to use numerous services. Learn how we can support your teaching experience below.

Academic Calendar

Browse upcoming dates for registration, commencement, grading deadlines, semester breaks, and more.


Order textbooks and course packs from the Barnes & Noble bookstore, which is located on the Twin Cities campus in La Salle Hall.

Campus Map & Parking

Get directions and parking information for the Twin Cities campus.

Educational Technology

Need help with Blackboard or designing an online course? Learn how we can help you.

Emergency Guide

Browse this pocket guide for emergency contacts and procedures on the Twin Cities campus.

Information Technology Helpdesk

Contact the Information Technology (IT) Helpdesk to reserve clickers and to resolve classroom technology issues.


Visit Twin Cities Library for convenient services, such as 24/7 chat, free mailing to your home, streaming videos, free borrowing from libraries nationwide, purchase suggestions, copyright assistance, and much more.

Mission & Vision

Read about Saint Mary’s Lasallian tradition and vision for the future.

Research Review Board

Find the Research Review Board (RRB) application, class project guidelines, consent form, and numerous other documents in Blackboard by logging in, scrolling down, and scanning the resources in the left column. Note: All research projects must be reviewed and approved by RRB prior to the collection of any data from human participants for research purposes.

Student Catalog and Handbook

Browse the online student catalog for policies, course descriptions, and current offerings.

Student Central

Refer students to Student Central for questions regarding tuition, registration, financial aid, and commencement.

Universal Design for Learning

Learn how to make your courses accessible to all students. On this Saint Mary’s site, you will find tips for designing courses for students with disabilities.

Writing Center Faculty Resources

Improve your writing instruction by browsing the Writing Center’s resources for faculty, such as their brief guide to APA, student referral instructions, literature review matrices, and APA templates for Microsoft Word.