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Share A Helping Hand Relief Project HOMESHAREIT initiative, is pleased to announce St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida, St. Thomas University will be offering FREE Housing and Meals for the first 100 students from the Caribbean who would like to transfer for this Fall and coming Spring Semester, affected by Hurricane Irma and Maria.

To ALL college students if you are on a Mercy Flight or Cruise Ship to Miami you can now transfer to St. Thomas University and GET FREE HOUSING & MEALS through the Spring Semester.  

Share A Helping Hand Relief Project HOMESHAREIT, is an effort to help secure housing for people who were displaced by Hurricane Irma, and Hurricane Maria both locally and on the US Mainland. Donate Now

St. Thomas University Offers Free Room and Board
to College Students Affected by Hurricanes 
MIAMI (Sept. 26, 2017) –St. Thomas University will offer free room and board through the Spring of 2018 for up to 100 college students in Puerto Rico and affected islands in the Caribbean who wish to continue their studies at STU following Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
“Our prayers are with all those impacted by the recent hurricanes in Puerto Rico and throughout the Caribbean,” said Monsignor Franklyn Casale, President of St. Thomas University.  “We are committed to helping college students who were affected by the storms continue their education with as much ease and comfort as possible.  ”

College students affected by the hurricanes will receive free room and board on a first-come, first-serve basis upon continuing their studies at St. Thomas University. A free meal plan compliments of Metz Culinary Management will be provided for the first 100 students enrolled in the special program.
Through October 14, the University’s application process has been shortened and expedited for eligible students from Puerto Rico and other affected islands in the Caribbean. Scholarships are available.
St. Thomas University will also work with the leadership of its sister institutions in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean to support in any way possible.
Interested students should call the Registrar’s Office at (305) 628-6612 or go to www.stu.edu/support to apply.

The university’s application process has been shortened and expedited for those eligible through Oct. 14.

For more information or to apply, go to www.stu.edu/support.

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