• The main entrance to St. Catherine University.
  • Derham Hall, the first campus building.
  • St. Kate’s park-like main campus is located near the downtowns of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
  • More than three-quarters of classes at St. Kate’s have 20 or fewer students.
  • A pottery class.
  • St. Kate’s respiratory care program is one of the first in the United States.
  • St. Kate's is the only college or university in Minnesota to require elementary-education majors to earn a STEM certificate.
  • Springtime on campus.
  • The student-faculty ratio is 11-1, and classes emphasize discussion and hands-on work.
  • Every business course incorporates ethics — an approach that’s become a model for other colleges and universities.
  • Dew Drop Pond.
  • The rose window in Our Lady of Victory Chapel inspired St. Kate’s logo.
  • The Chapel offers sacred liturgy and a place for reflection and prayer.
  • A candlelight ceremony at first-year orientation.
  • The Aimee and Patrick Butler Center for Sports and Fitness.
  • The Butler Center swimming pool is one of the finest in the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
  • St. Kate’s offers students fitness classes such as spinning, yoga and aerobics.
  • The Wildcats have 11 NCAA Division III teams, including cross country.
  • Residence halls offer theme housing to enhance students' learning experience.
  • Eighty percent of first-year students live on campus.
  • A residence hall suite for upper-class students.
  • The “Heart of Campus” — Coeur de Catherine student center and learning commons.
  • Students head to The Pulse, St. Kate’s day/night hub, to play pool or watch movies.
  • The University has more than 50 student clubs, including the St. Kate's Activities Team.
  • Autumn colors on campus.
  • St. Kate's alumnae have a genuine love for their alma mater.
  • Mendel Hall, home of the sciences at St. Kate's.
  • Exploring and enjoying the fine arts is part of a liberal arts education at St. Catherine University.
  • Fontbonne Hall houses the fashion and food science programs.
  • The WHIR Center is devoted to interdisciplinary research on women's health.
  • St. Kate’s offers biology majors the rare opportunity to do original research in their first year.
  • O’Shaughnessy Auditorium is a center for Twin Cities dance and campus presentations.
  • The public is always invited to enjoy theater productions, art shows and concerts on campus.
  • Each spring, apparel design and fashion merchandising students produce Katwalk.
  • The O’Shaughnessy has welcomed a variety of artists and luminaries since 1970 — from Maya Angelou to Lily Tomlin.
  • The Minneapolis campus is home to many St. Kate's healthcare programs.
  • St. Kate’s is the most ethnically diverse private college or university in the region.
  • Old Main auditorium on the historic Minneapolis campus.
  • Two-year programs on the Minneapolis campus admit both women and men.
  • St. Kate’s offers the first and only undergraduate orthoptics major in the United States.
  • Commencement brings families together.
  • St. Kate's educates students to lead and influence.
  • An aerial view of the 110-acre St. Paul campus.
  • One of St. Kate's resident albino squirrels.