Each year, St. Kate's offers a career fair for students and alums featuring over 75 business, government and non-profit employers. The fair is the largest on-campus private college career event in Minnesota, and is a terrific opportunity to network with employers regarding internships or jobs. The fair is open to St. Catherine University students and alumnae/i only.
Citizen Katie Day is a volunteer blitz with students, alumnae/i, faculty and staff working side by side at nonprofit organizations around the Twin Cities and in alumnae/i chapters across the country.
This session — presented by professors Vincent Skemp and Nancy Heitzeg — will explore structural racism through the lenses of both theology and sociology. It's free, and can be viewed online so you can participate no matter where you are!
Watch the four Minnesota RollerGirls teams — the Atomic Bombshells, Dagger Dolls, Garda Belts and Rockits — kick off their 14th season of Roller Derby at the St. Paul RiverCentre.
Hear from expert panelists as they review the best new literature for kids and teens. Certificates for continuing education credits available.
Holiday spirit abounds at our annual Christmas gathering for alumnae/i and neighbors. Celebrate with holiday treats and a warm cup of coffee or cider. Get a family photo taken by our professional photographer. Then, head to the Candlelight Christmas Concert, featuring St. Kate's musicians.
Join Katies and friends at the Chanhassen Dinner Theater for lunch an a matinee performance of Sister Act. Alumna Teri Parker-Brown ’88 performs in this feel-good musical comedy.
A beloved St. Kate's tradition. A lively panel of avid readers discusses some of the best in new fiction and nonfiction. Bring your book club!
All alumnae/i are invited to a special opportunity to engage in conversation with St. Catherine University President ReBecca Koenig Roloff '76. A Q&A session with President Roloff will be included in the program.