Student Support and Resources
The Minneapolis campus provides a wide range of services to support the success of students enrolled in certificate, associate degree, baccalaureate, and graduate programs. Support and Resources are available through the Learning Center, Disability Resources, Services for Multilingual Students, the Student Testing Center, Access and Success, and the Counseling Center.
From finding child-care resources through the Access and Success program to getting extra help with a specific course or subject area from a tutor in our Learning Center, you’ll find all the support you need to succeed at St. Kate’s.
Here are some of the services offered free to our students:
- Tutoring and academic skills development through our Learning Center
- Career counseling and advising, both before and after graduation
- Resources to help you balance school, finances and family life from our Access and Success program
- Personal counseling to help you realize your academic and personal goals and work through difficult times
- Support for students of color and international students through the Multicultural and International Programs and Services (MIPS) Office — mentoring, social activities, and special programs like the First Step Institute, helping women of color get the skills and connections they need to get started on their university experience
- Computer and technological resources and help working with them
- Special services for students for whom English is a second language
- Support for visually impaired and learning-disabled students