Supporting your success
On St. Kate's Minneapolis campus, you'll find a small, supportive learning community like no other.
It starts with the help you'll receive from your admission counselor — she or he can help you learn about whether an associate degree or certificate program is right for you, transferring in your previous college credits, understanding the cost of attendance and financial aid, and anything related to getting ready for a successful start at St. Kate's.
It continues in the classroom, where you'll be supported and mentored by your instructors and be part of a diverse, close-knit community of fellow students.
But there's so much more! St. Kate's supports you in many ways outside the classroom with these and other resources
MINNEAPOLIS STUDENT LIFE
Student Life builds community through student activities, links to housing and other student resources, and sponsorship of student groups like the Minneapolis Advisory Board. (Old Main, Room 227 651-690-7831)
SUPPORT FOR STUDENT PARENTS
The Access and Success program links student-parents to each other and to resources for everything from finding affordable housing or child care, to managing financial issues. (Education Building, Room 361/363 651-690-7870) Find out more »
MULTICULTURAL AND INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS
Multicultural and International Programs and Services creates a warm and inclusive climate for students of color. Programs and activities helps students get the most of their St. Kate’s experiences. (Old Main, Room 121 651-690-7866) Find out more »
The Learning Center offers tutoring, writing skill development, math skill development, English as a second language assistance and accommodations for students with disabilities. (Education Building, Room 370 651-690-7832) Find out more »
Offering professional, individualized career services — from help understanding your future career path, to resume writing tips, to job search strategies for after graduation, and more! (Old Main, Room 400 651-690-7743) Find out more »
Confidential, short-term counseling is available from St. Kate’s professional psychologists. The office also provides referrals to community resources and a resource library. (Education Building, Room 359 651-690-7830) Find out more »
Through access to research and scholarly materials and other resources, St. Kate’s libraries support students’ academic success. (Education Building, 4th floor library.stkate.edu) Find out more »