Accepted Undergraduate Students

College for Women Students

Congratulations on your acceptance to St. Kate's! Our faculty and staff are ready to support you every step of the way and help you stay connected. In the meantime, here are your first steps toward becoming a Katie.

Registering for Classes

Get ready to register for your first classes!

First Time Registration

Course Catalog

Required Forms

Student accounts, health insurance, immunization records and more.

Required Forms

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Coming to Campus

Ready for your arrival on campus? Prepare by reviewing parking information and lists of things to bring with you.



Campus Map

What to bring (resident)

What to bring (commuter)


Get ready for orientation! We will spend three days welcoming you, getting to know you and providing you with the resources you need to be a successful Katie.

First-year student orientation will take place September 6–8, 2020. Over the three days, students will have the opportunity to meet their TRW classmates, learn about important University policies and procedures, become familiar with campus and its resources, and adjust to life as a Katie. A full schedule will be mailed in early August with complete details about what to expect at orientation. 

Transfer student orientation will take place Thursday, August 20 from 4–7:30 p.m. Students will have the opportunity to meet their peers, learn about important University policies and procedures, become familiar with campus and its resources, and learn more about what to expect in their TRW course. Students should watch their email for more details in August.

If you have questions about either Orientation, please contact

Required Readings
During Orientation, you will meet with your Reflective Woman instructor and class and begin a conversation that will be a foundation and springboard for your education at St. Kate’s.

Living on Campus

Meet with Residence Life representatives about moving in and living life in a residence hall. We want to support your success in all areas of campus life.



My Housing

Commuting to Campus

We are here to support you and help you stay connected.

Student Parking

Campus Life
Support and Assistance
Student sitting at desk, taking notes.

St. Catherine University is committed to helping students find academic and personal success during their time on campus.

Academic Advising

Disability Resources

Money Management

Additional Student Assistance Resources