Office of the Registrar

Forms for Students

Make a request, make a change. Adjust your course-load, declare a minor, take an independent study, and more.

Registrar Forms


Calendars and Schedules

Find all the dates you need to know for every term and every academic programs at St. Kate's. The calendars reflect schedules for College for Women, College for Adults, and Graduate College students. Dates are subject to change without notice. Refer to the calendars on this website for the most up-to-date information.

Academic Calendars

Registration Schedules

Final Exam Schedules


How to Register

For a refresher on the registration process, refer to the Registration Guide.

Current students, go to the Students page for online registration.

View Course Schedules

Spring 2021 Course Schedule and Registration Information

 

Course Format and Schedule

Courses will be delivered in three formats: face-to-face, hybrid, and online. While we desire to have students experience face-to-face instruction, face-to-face courses have been prioritized based on the need to have access to specialized equipment and/or lab spaces that require physical attendance in class. 

To help you know in which format a course is being offered, the course schedule now has a specific tier designation ranging from 1-5 for each fall course. The definitions for each tier and where to locate the tier designation for specific courses can be found here: View course tier definitions

Registration Eligibility

Please read the following information about amended registration eligibility policies for Spring 2021 (Winter 2021 for OTA Online students).

Students with a balance of $2,500 or less will be allowed to register for the next semester during their scheduled registration window for the courses needed to progress and stay on track for graduation.

  • Students will have extra time to pay down their student account balance without finance fees.

  • As in the past, students with employer reimbursement, third party billing, and veterans benefits with their paperwork approved, will be allowed to register.

  • Students with pending financial aid and approved paperwork will be allowed to register. If you have questions regarding your financial aid, please contact finaid@stkate.edu.

In addition, we are offering a COVID-19 Emergency Payment Plan (EPP) for students with a balance greater than $2,500. 

  • Students will need to work with Student Accounts to determine eligibility. Please contact Student Accounts at studentaccounts@stkate.edu or 651-690-6503.

  • The Covid-19 EPP will extend the time period to pay your balance down to the $2,500 registration threshold. The Covid -19 EPP payment deadline will be Friday, January 29, 2021, for Spring 2021 and January 8, 2021, for Winter 2021 OTA Online.

  • Students that established a COVID-19 Emergency Payment Plan will not be assessed finance fees.

  •  Once a student’s account balance is paid down to $2,500 or less, the student will be able to register.

We know it is important for you to stay on track academically; it is important to us as well. We also want our students to be financially successful, which is why students will be provided additional time to pay down their student account balance. In addition, during this time, students will not be assessed finance fees. 

If students or authorized users have any questions regarding their account, please contact studentaccounts@stkate.edu or call 651-690-6503.


Undergraduate Courses through Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities

If you have already completed one semester as an undergraduate in St. Kate’s College for Women, you may register for one course through Associated Colleges of the Twin Cities (ACTC). You may qualify for an exception to the one-course rule if you are taking a foreign language not offered at St. Kate’s, if you are pursuing an ACTC major, or if you are pursuing a specialized major or minor that requires ACTC courses).

ACTC Cross-registration Form


ACTC Course Schedules:


Academic Catalogs by Academic Year

Transfer Credit

Do you want to take courses at another institution during your time at St. Kate's? Use TES (Transfer Evaluation System), to search for the institution you are transferring from and see how those courses will be evaluated at St. Kate’s.

Transfer students may have had prior or alternative learning experiences that are worth credit hours at St. Kate’s. This includes learning beyond the classroom, such as military service or on-the-job training, or courses completed at institutions that are not regionally accredited.

Transfer Evaluation System (TES)

Transfer Student Information

Credit for Prior Learning