Our baccalaureate College for Women makes us one of the largest private women’s universities in the nation, where we normalize women leaders, leaving our graduates fully ready to be changemakers.
We commit to engage with and learn from each other through reflection and action, embracing every gender, ethnicity, identity, ability, and faith tradition, and loving our neighbor as ourselves.
Today’s big issues require equally big thinkers. St. Kate’s intimate core classes prepare students with a broad knowledge base to expand their reasoning and drive systemic change.
With a College for Women at the heart of the University, we educate women to lead and influence while emphasizing scholarly inquiry and social justice teachings at all degree levels.
Our Catholic founders have influenced our commitment to improve and grow, which has transformed the institution into the University it is today, including four schools and three colleges.
Our leadership team truly puts our students first and is responsible for sustaining our reputation for academic excellence, commitment to social justice, and creating a learning environment in which women thrive.
We work to create a community and a world in which race, ethnicity, nationality, socioeconomic status, ability, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, and other forms of human difference are neither sources of prejudice nor barriers to equal access, opportunity, representation, and agency. Human diversity is a strength.
We look forward to welcoming you to our campus in the Highland Neighborhood of St. Paul, Minnesota.
Virtual campus visit options are also available, including virtual appointments with admission counselors, online events, and more.