Transfer Students

Transfer to St. Kate's

The important thing isn’t when or where you began your education; it’s finding the right college to help you achieve your goals.


Find a program that works best for you.

We welcome transfer students into our College for Adults and College for Women.

College for Adults College for Women
Evening, weekend, and online classes Traditional daytime classes
All genders Women
Start in September, February, or June Start in September or February
Year-round scheduling Semesters with optional summer and January classes

View CFA majors

Includes fully online options

View CFW majors

Includes dual bachelor's/graduate programs

CFA scholarships

CFW scholarships

 


Get a Custom Transfer Evaluation

Your first step: connect with an admission counselor. Your counselor will create your transfer plan—a free guide to how your previous courses will transfer into St. Kate's, as well as what you'll need to do to complete your degree.

College for Adults

Find your admission counselor based on your degree program.

College for Women

Find your admission counselor based on your last college.

Minnesota four-year colleges and universities
Kerri Carlson Anderson | kscarlson@stkate.edu | 651-690-8709

Greater Dakota County Technical College, Minnesota State Community and Technical Colleges, and out-of-state colleges and universities
Michael Larson | mslarson@stkate.edu | 651-690-8798

Anoka Ramsey, Anoka Tech, Hennepin Tech, Minneapolis College (MCTC), and North Hennepin
Juanita Martinez | jmmartinez@stkate.edu | 612-219-6065

Inver Hills, Normandale, and Saint Paul College
Sue Rudd | slrudd@stkate.edu | 651-690-8649

Century College and Dougherty Family College
Jenn Searles | jlsearles@stkate.edu


Start Planning

Find out how your courses will transfer and plan your program.

Transferring credit

Undergraduate transfer policies

Graduate transfer policies

Transfer from a Community College

We fully accept the MnTC and AA degrees from accredited colleges. Our transfer guides to help you understand how your community college program directly connects with St. Kate's bachelor's programs.

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC)

Associate of Arts

Community college transfer guides

Credit for Your Life Experiences

Earn credit for your military experience, international studies, employer training, and organized or individualized learning with Prior Learning Assessments.

Credit for prior and alternative learning