We'll enjoy a special tour of the world-class Minnesota Marine Art Museum, have lunch, and attend a performance of The Comedy of Errors at the Great River Shakespeare Festival.
Be there when the Saints go marching in! Join Katie students, alumnae, family and friends at CHS Field to watch our hometown St. Paul Saints take on the Laredo Lemurs.
St. Kate's is putting together a team of participants and volunteers for the YWCA Minneapolis Women's Triathlon. Join Team Katie, which consists of students, faculty, staff, alumnae and friends.
Not sure how to get started? Not sure how to train? Don’t want to complete the whole thing individually? Not a problem! We have all the help and support you’ll need to participate in a way that works for you. Competitors of all skill and experience levels are welcome.
The Wildcat cross country team team will host an Alumna Run on August 26 at 10 a.m. on the St. Kate's cross country course. Current St. Kate's runners, alumnae, friends and family are welcome to participate. No entry fee.
Represent St. Kate's at the Great Minnesota Get Together! Alumnae volunteers are needed to help fairgoers learn more about St. Kate's. Volunteer training, a t-shirt and a fair ticket are provided.
Show the newest Katies what it means to be part of the St. Kate's family! Lend a hand and welcome new Katies as they move into residence halls this fall. Volunteers can choose to help move items into student rooms or greet students and their families while handing out treats. Heavy lifting not required.
Join alumnae for professional networking and an inspirational talk from Minnesota Supreme Court Justice and St. Kate's alumna Anne McKeig.
The classes of 2012, 2007 and 2002 will celebrate their reunions at an all-new Homecoming event! Join us on campus for parties, sporting events, and time with favorite faculty.
It's a St. Kate's fall tradition! Join St. Kate's grads, students, family and friends for Katiefest. The event features live music, Oktoberfest-themed food, sampling of local beers and a photo booth.
St. Kate's students interview alumnae about "composing a life" as part of the introductory core curriculum course entitled The Reflective Woman, taken by all first-year students.
Citizen Katie Day is a volunteer blitz with students, alumnae, faculty and staff working side by side at nonprofit organizations around the Twin Cities and in alumnae chapters across the country.