MIPS student organization members volunteer to have high school women of color shadow them to experience "a day in the life" of a St. Kate's student. These days take place in both the fall and spring semester. Learn more »
The Friendship Family Program matches new international students of St. Catherine University with American families. As friendships develop, students and families have the opportunity to appreciate how others live and look at the world and develop a better understanding of their own culture. Learn more »
MIPS works to strengthen community among students of color and international students through programs and events. Learn more »
Second, third and fourth year students of color work as Peer Mentors to assist in the academic, emotional, and social successes of first-year students of color. Learn more »
MIPS provides time, space, and resources to students so that they can create a nurturing, expressive, and supporting environment among themselves and with the greater St. Kate's community. Learn more about our student groups and get connected »
Programs to Assist the University Community
Understanding Unity, Creating Community
You don't have to feel like you're the 'only one'! Join a student of color group that helps reduce isolation, explores racial identity development, internalized racism and strategies for creating systemic change.
White Allies Group
This is a group available for students to discuss white privilege and how to utilize it to fight oppression.
Heartwork & other workshops
These workshops allow the opportunity for authentic dialogue about challenging oppression and dismantling the systems that keeps it in place- specifically fear, ignorance, and power. We offer a variety of trainings to increase multicultural awareness, knowledge, and skills for students, faculty, and staff.