More than 3/4 of classes at St. Kate's have 20 or fewer students.
Academic advisers are specially trained to help you make the transition to college, offer guidance as you choose a major and assist you with class registration.
As a first-year or transfer student, you are assigned an academic adviser. Plus, you also get assigned to advising groups of approximately 10 students drawn from your Reflective Woman core class.
St. Kate’s also provides resources to help you achieve your academic potential. Here are a few examples of these programs:
- Abigail Quigley McCarthy Center for Women
Affirms the dignity of women and fosters their spiritual and intellectual potential.
- O’Neill Center for Academic Development
Offers programs, services and facilities promoting academic achievement through the Writing/Reading Center, the Math Center and Resources for Disabilities Center.
- Wisdom Ways Resource Center for Spirituality
Co-sponsored by the University and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet-St. Paul Province. Provides programs and services focused on women and spirituality.