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Discover all that St. Catherine University has to offer and visit our beautiful campus in St. Paul, MN in-person or virtually and learn more about the University and our mission.


Get all your admissions and financial aid questions answered, learn why our academic programs are top-notch, hear about internships, research, and study abroad.

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Why choose St. Kate's?

Hear what some of our admission counselors think!

How to Apply

In the College for Women, you’ll find lively classes, an innovative learning environment, and a faculty committed to your success.

Whether you are a first-time or transfer student, check out the personalized information for you.

The priority decision deadline for first-time, fall applicants in the College for Women for admission and scholarships is February 1.


How to Apply to the College for Women

You’ve been accepted. Here’s what to do next.
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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.

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"St. Kate's has really wonderful financial support which can help make education a lot more accessible. Even if the sticker price on the website is a little overwhelming, the financial support, in addition to being able to work on campus, is what really made my education attainable."
Olivia Dunn ‘20

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College is a big investment. We can help make it smaller.

St. Kate’s has many programs to help students and their families financially. From scholarships and grants to low interest loans, and ways students can earn money during school.

Let us help you navigate college costs.