Get ahead and graduate early, or catch up on credits.
Whether you're looking to get ahead in your coursework, catch up on credits or simply stay on track in your chosen program, summer session at St. Kate's is a great way to do it!
For 2022, you can choose from 6-week, 7-week, 10-week, and 12-week courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels on campus and online.
Please read the following information about amended registration eligibility policies for Summer 2022.
Students with a balance of $2,500 or less and not nearing a year old in age will be allowed to register for the summer session during their scheduled registration window for the courses needed to progress and stay on track for graduation.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
If students or authorized users have any questions regarding their account, please contact email@example.com or call 651-690-6503.
Current students register online on the student page under My St. Kate's. Early registration is encouraged.
Summer session billing statements will be available in KatePay after May 1. Registered students will receive an email notification once their billing statement is available.
View the academic calendar for the last day to add or drop a class online. Changes in registration after online registration closes must be made through the Office of the Registrar. Use the change in registration form to make registration changes in person, via fax, or email.
Web Registration Schedule
|Student Group||Registration Opens|
|All St. Kate's students (excluding MLIS)||Wednesday, March 2||6 a.m.|
|Master of Library Science (MLIS) Student— Number of Earned Credits||Registration Opens|
|23 or more||Wednesday, March 2||6 a.m.|
|10–22||Thursday, March 3||6 a.m.|
|0–9||Friday, March 4||6 a.m.|
Visiting undergraduate students from other colleges and universities who will only be taking summer courses do not need to complete an application for admission to St. Catherine University.
Complete the registration form. Include all courses on one registration form.
The registration form may be submitted at any time and will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis beginning March 16. Confirmation of your registration will be sent to the personal email address provided on your registration form after March 16.
Visiting graduate students from other colleges and universities do need to complete an application for admission to St. Catherine University. Please contact the Office of Graduate Admission for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for convenient and affordable housing for the summer? There are substantial discounts in the residence halls this summer and you’ll be close to all the neighborhood activities and events. Enjoy St. Kate’s park-like grounds right outside your door.
The information below is subject to change based on future recommendations from the Minnesota Department of Health's COVID guidelines.
Sign up for summer housing on the My Housing portal beginning March 1.
The summer buildings have not been determined. Summer housing will include apartments and suites, but specific buildings will be announced in mid-March. As a result, additional flexibility is built into the Summer Housing Agreement to extend cancellation deadlines.
Summer Housing is available to St. Catherine University students who fit one of the criteria below:
- Enrolled for Fall 2022 courses by May 15, 2022. Summer residents must maintain their fall enrollment to remain on-campus. -OR-
- Enrolled for Spring 2022 courses on May 15, 2022 and enrolled in a standard summer term course by May 15, 2022. Summer enrollment must be maintained.
Residence Life will try to place students into their fall spaces. It depends on numerous factors like whether your fall space will be available (or maybe it's closed for maintenance work or someone currently living there is staying for summer) but our goal to assign you to your fall space. You have better chance of getting placed into your fall space if you submit your Summer Housing Agreement before May 1.
Students living on-campus for Fall 2022 may stay on campus between August 1-29 (opening day) with no additional fees. This is contingent upon the student agreeing to move to their fall space on the designated turn-around days assigned by the University (tentatively August 5 or 8).
Summer housing is provided in one term from June 1 – July 31. Monthly, weekly, and daily housing rates are not available. The University does not prorate summer fees.
- Students living on-campus during Spring 2022 may stay on campus between May 21 (closing day) and June 1 with no additional fees. This is contingent upon the student agreeing to move to their summer space on the designated turn-around days assigned by the University (tentatively May 25 or 26).
- Students living on-campus for Fall 2022 may stay on campus between August 1-29 (opening day) with no additional fees. This is contingent upon the student agreeing to move to their fall space on the designated turn-around days assigned by the University (tentatively August 5 or 8).
- Students who are not living on campus for Fall 2022, must move out by August 1, 2022.
Students who are not living on campus for Fall 2022, must move out by August 1, 2022.
Visit the Student Accounts FAQ page for information about billing.
Rates are per student, for the entire summer term
Single Bedroom in a Suite $1,200
Single Bedroom in Shared Apartment $1,500
Single Bedroom in Single Apartment $2,400
Student Family Rates
One-Bedroom Apartment $2,400
Two-Bedroom Apartment $2,600
Description of Living Areas
Suites: 4 people sharing a kitchenette, living room, and bathroom
Single Bedroom in Shared Apartment: 2-4 people sharing a full kitchen, living room, and 1 or 2 bathrooms
Single Bedroom in Single Apartment: one student per apartment unit with full kitchen, living room, and bathroom
Most summer residents do not pre-select roommates. Instead, housing staff uses the roommate survey questions from the application to match students. Students may preference specific roommates by May 1 by using the Roommate Invitation feature on the housing application.