St. Catherine University is committed to helping students find academic and personal success during their time on campus.
Tutoring and Academic Support
The O’Neill Center for Academic Development provides one-on-one and small group tutoring, as well as testing services and help improving your study skills.
St. Kate’s values diversity of all kinds, including representation of those with differing abilities. It’s our goal to remove barriers to full participation in the academic and co-curricular experience – online and on campus.
Basic Needs Resources and Parenting Support
Access and Success social work staff offer confidential support to students to address basic needs emergencies such as housing, food, transportation and medical coverage, as well as confidential pregnancy and parenting support. We work with students at all degree levels who need help balancing parenting, attending classes, and other life demands.
Financial Counseling and Resources
Through our Money Management program, we offer financial education and resources to students through presentations, workshops, one-on-one counseling and courses.
Multicultural and International Programs and Services
At St. Kate’s, we are fortunate to have a wonderfully diverse student body. Multicultural and International Programs and Services, also known as MIPS, provides a robust educational and co-curricular support that helps students of all backgrounds thrive.
On-Campus Early Childhood Education
The Early Childhood Center provides care and education for the young children (33 months–6 years) of students, faculty, staff, and other community members.
The Office of Student Affairs works with students, the University, and community partners to deliver programs and services to enhance the student experience at St. Catherine University.