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.
How to Register
Current students, go to the Students page for online registration.
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- College for Adults course schedule
- Associate course schedule (previous terms only)
- Summer—undergraduate course schedule
- Graduate course schedule
- OTA Online course schedule
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Fall 2020 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
Please read the following information about amended registration eligibility policies for Fall 2020.
With consideration to students experiencing financial hardships, we are temporarily allowing students with a balance of less than $2,500 to register for the Fall 2020 semester. What does this mean for you as a student?
Registration holds will be lifted for accounts that have balances less than $2,500, which will allow students to register 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 penalty.
In addition, we are offering a COVID-19 Emergency Payment Plan for students with a balance greater than $2,500.
Students and authorized users who can actively make payments on their student account balance and want to get registered for Fall 2020, please contact Student Accounts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After a student has established a COVID-19 Emergency Payment Plan with a member of the Student Accounts staff, the student will be allowed extra time to pay down their student account without penalty and will be allowed to register for Fall 2020, through August 3, 2020.
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.
To protect students and their families from incurring a debt level that could create adverse financial circumstances, students whose balance is over $1,000 on Monday, August 3, by 4:00 p.m. will be dropped from their registered Fall 2020 courses and a registration hold will be placed on their student account. Students should work with their Financial Aid counselor as well as the staff in Student Accounts to find a resolution. Once the balance becomes lower than $1,000, the registration hold will be lifted and the student can proceed with registration for Fall 2020.