Commuter Resources



Commuter Resources

On Campus Resources

Learn more about Campus Resources and how they can help you by clicking on their name:

Local Resources

On Campus Organizations

Commuter Advisors

All incoming commuter first year and transfer students are assigned to a Commuter Advisor for their first year at St. Kate's.  These students are trained on all the resources that are available and work hard to make sure commuters are aware of those resources as well as the social opportunities on campus.  No matter what program you are in, feel free to contact a Commuter Advisor with your questions about campus at You can also stop by the Commuter Advisor office in CdC 251 (inside the Student Org. Center to the left of the Lucy statue)

Commuter Senators

The Senate is the student governing body at St. Kate’s. The main goal of The Senate is to provide a voice for all students. Students are welcome to attend Senate meetings to listen and find out what is going on in the student government. There a number of Commuter Senators that advocate for all commuter students. If you'd like to contact The Senate, you may be reached by phone or email at 651.690.6536 or

Peer Money Mentors

Peer Money Mentors are St. Kate's students just like you. They've done the research and they're here to help you. Peer Money Mentors can help you with anything from 401(k)'s, student loans, buying a car, filing for  taxes to credit card debt.

    Need help creating a budget?
    Want to learn more about saving money?
    Want to know how to shop smart?
    What about credit cards?


Drop in to talk to a Peer Money Mentor today! Peer Money Mentors are available at the St. Paul Campus in Derham Hall 326 throughout the week. Office hours are posted on the office door.

Students can also email them at to schedule an appointment.


Local Resources



AAA was founded over 100 years ago for the purpose of lobbying for driver and passenger rights, fair laws and safer vehicles — all to better promote the love of the open road and the adventure of driving. Since then, AAA has grown to over 50 million members strong, while providing valuable membership services such as roadside assistance. Now they even offer insurance as well as travel/trip planning assistance. You can visit their local site by clicking here.


Metro Transit

Metro Transit is the transportation resource for the Twin Cities, offering an integrated network of buses, light rail and commuter trains as well as resources for those who carpool, vanpool, walk or bike.

Their website is full of helpful resources for commuter students, including: Maps & Schedules, Information on Fares & Passes and so much more!


Minnesota Department of Transportation

For real-time traffic updates, click here!


Winterizing Your Car

Commuter Advisor- General Information