Quick Facts

Source: Fall 2012 Census Report, produced by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning & Assessment

President
  • Andrea J. Lee, IHM
Fall 2012 Enrollment
  • 5,075
Undergraduate Enrollment
  • 3,663 undergraduate students and 3,160 FTE

    - 2,086 day students and 2,005 FTE
    - 462 evening/weekend/online students and 391 FTE
    - 916 associate students and 634 FTE
Graduate Enrollment
  • 1,412 graduate students and 1,223 FTE
Student:Faculty Ratio
  • 11:1 - baccalaureate program (Fall 2012)
Average Class Size
  • 17 - day
  • 12 - weekend
  • 20 - associate
Faculty
  • 328 ranked faculty
Student Body (undergraduate)
  • 27.5% are multicultural
  • 52.6% are traditional age students (18-22)
  • 90.6% are from Minnesota
  • 96.8% are women
  • 75.3% of first-time first-year day students live on campus
2011-12 Baccalaureate Graduates
  • 544 graduates
  • 57% completed one or more internships or clinical experiences
  • 21% studied abroad
  • 48% took at least one course with a service learning component
  • 8% completed a double-major
Popular Majors of 2011-12 Baccalaureate Graduates
  • Nursing (26.7%)
  • Social Work (7.7%)
  • Business Administration (5.5%)
  • Communication Studies (5.5%)
  • Psychology (5.5%)
Full-Time First-Time First-Year Day Baccalaureate Retention
  • 1 Year (Fall 2011 to Fall 2012, N=370): 83.2%
Honor Societies
  • There are 24 honor societies at St. Catherine University
Location
  • The St. Paul campus is 5 miles from downtown St. Paul, 7 miles from downtown Minneapolis and sits on 110 wooded acres.
  • The Minneapolis campus is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River east of downtown Minneapolis and near several major healthcare facilities.
Carnegie Classifications
  • Basic: Master’s L: Master’s Colleges & Universities (larger programs)
  • Enrollment Profile: MU: Majority Undergraduate
  • Size and Setting: M4/R: Medium four-year, primarily residential
  • Undergraduate Instructional Profile: Bal/SGC: Balanced arts & sciences/professions, some graduate coexistence

Demographic Data - Fall 2012

Degree Program From MN Multicultural Full Time Average Age
Day
87.0%
30.7%
90.7%
21
Day - FF
81.0%
34.0%
100%
18
Evening/Weekend/Online
93.5%
17.3%
75.1%
35
Associate
95.5%
27.1%
14.2%
30
Graduate
90.1%
9.6%
70.6%
34

Source: Fall 2012 Census Report produced by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning & Assessment

In Partnership

The Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (ACTC) promotes cross-registration and the sharing of academic programs and cultural events among the five member campuses: Augsburg College, Hamline University, Macalester College, St. Catherine University, and University of St. Thomas.

This collaboration makes possible a range and depth of course offerings, majors, and experiences. This partnership combines the benefits of our campuses' small, liberal arts atmospheres with the diverse opportunities of a large university.