Living on Campus
If you want to get the most out of your St. Kate’s experience, consider living on campus. Housing is available to all students on the Minneapolis campus — both men and women.
You will develop lasting friendships with other students and enjoy the many academic, cultural and social opportunities on campus and in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. Living on campus puts you at the center of the action and offers the shortest commute to your classes — just down the stairs!
Living on campus also gives you better access to your professors and a variety of support services.
The residence hall on the Minneapolis campus is an affordable, comfortable and safe place to live. All rooms are single occupancy and feature stained-glass windows, some with a view of the Mississippi River. Community features include computer labs, TV lounges, kitchens and secure entry.
Female students on the Minneapolis campus may also choose to live in a residence hall on the St. Paul campus.
To learn more about living on either campus, contact Shvonne Johnson, interim assistant dean of students and director of the Minneapolis residence hall: firstname.lastname@example.org or 651.690.7831
The cost for a single room for the 2013-2014 academic year is $2,300 per semester plus a one-time $100 deposit. This fee includes local telephone service and voicemail.
Students living on the Minneapolis campus may choose to purchase a meal plan. You can eat in the Minneapolis deli or take the bus to the St. Paul campus to eat in the dining room or purchase food at the St. Paul Marketplace.
Meal plans are available for $438, $1,002, $1,538 and $1,854 per semester for the 2013-2014 academic year. To learn more about meal plans, visit stkatedining.com.