About University of St. Thomas Houston
You may have heard of ABSN@UST, our 12-month accelerated nursing program based in Houston. If you’re considering making a bold move for your future and pursuing your nursing education through University of St. Thomas, we’d love to share some information about our University’s history and beginnings.
Founded by the Basilian Fathers in 1947, the University of St. Thomas Houston is known as Houston’s Catholic University. While remaining committed to the religious, ethical and intellectual traditions of faith-based education, we welcome students of all faiths and of no faith.
As such, the University of St. Thomas maintains a proud tradition of fostering engagement in a collaborative community grounded in the liberal arts, offering more than 35 undergraduate degree programs and more than 20 graduate programs across six academic programs:
- School of Arts and Sciences
- Cameron School of Business
- Education and Human Services
- Peavy School of Nursing
- School of Theology
- Centers for Excellence
Across all disciplines, UST’s primary mission is to educate students to think critically, communicate effectively, succeed professionally and lead ethically while maintaining the Catholic intellectual tradition and dialogue between faith and reason. We do this while remaining committed to our founders’ core values of goodness, discipline and knowledge.
We currently enroll more than 3,000 students and employ more than 300 faculty members from diverse backgrounds. Find your place at the University of St. Thomas.
Contact us to learn more about the University of St. Thomas Houston ABSN program.