founded in St. Paul by the sisters of st. joseph of carondelet
upper-division college courses were first offered
fully accredited by north central assoc. of colleges and schools
|St. Kate's||School Nickname|
|15TH||U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges ranking among Midwest Regional Universities|
|Purple and Gold||Colors|
St. Catherine of Alexandria
|10:1||Student / Faculty Ratio|
|18||College for Women: Average Class Size|
|13||College for Adults, Bachelor's: Average Class Size|
|16||College for Adults, Associate: Average Class Size|
|340||Ranked Faculty Members|
|80.7%||Full-Time, First-Time/First-Year College for Women Retention; 1 Year (Fall 2016–Fall 2017, N=331)|
|25||Number of Honor Societies at St. Catherine University|
|1,910||College for Women|
|576||College for Adults, Bachelor's|
|672||College for Adults, Associate|
|60%||Traditional Age Students (18–22)|
|69%||First-Time First-Year Students Living on Campus|
|74%||Completed an Internship, Clinical Experience or Practicum|
|78%||Took at Least One Course with a Service Learning Component|
|6%||Completed a Double Major|
|5 and 7||The St. Paul campus is 5 miles from downtown St. Paul, 7 miles from downtown Minneapolis.|
|2||The Minneapolis campus is located two miles east of downtown Minneapolis.|
|44°55.555 N, 093°10.970 W||Longitude + Latitude of the St. Paul Campus Quad|
110 wooded acres in the Highland Park neighborhood, a central location between both downtowns.
Location for most day, evening/weekend, and graduate program classes.
Urban campus is on the west bank of the Mississippi River, near several major healthcare facilities.
Specializes in healthcare and human services programs at all degree levels.