Headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, St. Thomas More College (STM) is a Catholic undergraduate liberal arts college that is federated with the University of Saskatchewan. The college was established by the Basilian Fathers in 1936, on the invitation of the president of the University of Saskatchewan to the Catholic bishop of Saskatoon. St. Thomas More College is academically integrated within the University of Saskatchewan and offers classes in these departments of arts and science: Anthropology, Archaeology, Catholic Studies, Classical, Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Economics, English, Languages & Linguistics, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Russian, Spanish, and Sociology.
St. Thomas More College also offers additional opportunities, which are not available to students at the University of Saskatchewan like the Community Service Learning (CSL) program in which students can choose to take part in valuable community service and volunteer work as part of some of their courses and international study abroad experience is offered through the Intercordia program. STM library has more than 52,000 volumes and 150 journals and magazines, which is designed to support undergraduate classes taught at the College. For the academically excellent students, the institute offers over $180,000 as student awards each year along with uSask awards. The institute has a recognized Alumni association known as St. Thomas More-Newman Alumni Association, which is committed to building a strong social, intellectual, and spiritual community.