Academic Resources

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  • Academic Advising

    Work individually with an advisor to develop and refine educational plans.

    You academic adviser can help you adjust to life at St. Kate's, build an academic plan tailored to your goals, and cope with the stresses of rigorous studies.


    Achieve more at the O’Neill Center and Academic Success Center.

    Visit the welcoming learning environment at the O’Neill Center for Academic Development on the St. Paul campus and the Academic Success Center on the Minneapolis campus. Supportive staff provides all students with assistance in writing, reading, math and science.


    View current and past catalogs for students.

    Use the current catalog to find information about courses offered and academic policies. If you need to reference graduation requirements, use the catalog that was in effect when you entered the University.


    Address your academic needs, including accessibility and inclusion.

    You have an open door to the Disability Resources staff for discussing academic concerns. We will partner with you, your fellow students, faculty and staff to help you achieve full participation in academics and co-curricular activities.


    Connect, collaborate and create at your library

    The library can connect you with research assistance, space to study, room to collaborate, and technology to create your masterpieces. Don’t hesitate to ask for help when you need it; librarians are here to support you through your time at St. Kate’s.


    Register and enroll in classes, view your student records and more.

    Registering for new classes is exciting, and we can help you understand the process. The Office of the Registrar also provides you with transcripts, academic calendars and miscellaneous forms — like course Add/Drop or Change of Major/Advisor forms.

  • Student Accounts

    Make secure payments and manage your accounts.

    Paying tuition and fees can get confusing, so the Student Accounts Office wants to help students and families understand the all-electronic billing process and how to interpret your account activity.


    Create better writers across the curriculum.

    The Writing Intensive Program (WIP) helps students develop as writers and works to ensure that faculty are preparing their students to graduate with excellent written communication and critical thinking skills.