Student Right-to-Know Information
Graduation rate after six years for undergraduate baccalaureate programs (four year degrees) and after three years for associate programs (two year degrees). These rates are only for full-time students who enrolled at St. Catherine University as degree-seeking college students for the first time. The rates do not include students who began their college careers at another institution and do not include students who enrolled as part-time students during their initial term of enrollment.
Students who began their four year or two year degree programs as full-time students at St. Catherine and subsequently enrolled in another college or university.
Six-year graduation rate (4-year average 2012–2015): 62.8%
Transfer-out rate (4-year average 2012–2015): 30.8%.
The above rates represent an average of the last four reporting years and include all first-time, full-time undergraduate students, including those in the University's baccalaureate and associate degree programs.
Graduation Rate for Students Pursuing Baccalaureate Degrees
For the most recent reporting year, the graduation rate for the baccalaureate programs was 60% and the transfer-out rate was 30%.
Job Placement Rates for Graduates
St. Catherine University uses the National Association of Colleges and Employers First-Destination Survey to capture outcomes for all degree levels to provide data regarding how new college graduates fare in their careers within six months of graduation. The outcomes include working, still looking, and not seeking.
For the 2020-21 academic year, 761 graduates, which represent 60% of the institution’s total 1,269 graduates from the College for Women, College for Adults, and Graduate School, completed the survey and self-reported the following:
- Working: 75%
- Seeking: 0%
- Still Seeking: 25 %
“Working” is defined as graduates employed full or part time, on contract or freelance, accepted by a graduate or professional school, or volunteering or in the military. “Still seeking” refers to graduates still seeking employment or further education. “Not seeking” encompasses students not employed or seeking additional education.
Professional Licensure Disclosures
Degree programs that are intended to result in professional licensure and certification are designed to meet the educational requirements for the state of Minnesota.
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Graduates Employment Rates 12 Months Post-Graduation*
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* Source: 2019 St. Catherine University Alumni Survey. Measure includes part-time and full-time employment, volunteering/public service, and continuing education.
Licensure and Retention Rates
Some degree programs require examinations for certification or licensure to practice in the field. Select a subject area below to view licensure and certification rates for that program.