We look forward to seeing you at your St. Kate's New Student Registration event. You can anticipate a day full activities and information as we help you prepare for your first term. You will learn about classes, life on campus and co-curricular activities. Below you’ll find a bit of information on each of the topics we’ll cover at the event. There will be plenty of time to ask questions, so be sure to bring them. See you soon!
If you need disability accommodations for this event, contact the O'Neill Center.
You'll meet with academic advising to select your courses and learn more about degrees and course requirements.
An integral part of being a college student is managing your finances and making wise choices about your money. You will learn about the unique money management program St. Kate's offers to all students and how you can take the first steps toward being financially successful.
Student Financial Responsibility Agreement
This online form indicates your agreement to the terms of credit for your bills at St. Kate's. This form must be completed once per academic career by all students prior to the start of attendance.
Title IV Federal Financial Aid Student (Parent) Authorization Form
This form indicates your agreement to the terms of applying Title IV Federal Financial Aid funds to pay for charges other than tuition, fees, room and board. Some examples of other charges include: parking permits, parking fines, bookstore charges, health insurance, health and wellness charges, and finance charges.
Minnesota requires that students born after 1956 be immunized against tetanus, diphtheria, measles, mumps and rubella, allowing for certain specified exemptions. You must only complete this form once.
Placement tests help us help you. These exams have one goal: to assist in the proper placement of students into the appropriate college-level courses.
Math Placement is by ACT or SAT scores for first year students and by prior coursework for Transfer Students. Academic Advising will assist you if more detailed placement information is needed.
Students completing the majors listed below will earn a Bachelor of Arts degree and are required to complete college-level foreign language through the third semester.
All ACTC majors, Art History, Biology, Chemistry, Critical Studies of Race and Ethnicity, English, History, International Relations, Music in the Church, Music Studies, Music Theater, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Studio Art, Theology, Womens' Studies.
If your major is listed and you have studied a foreign language in high school, you will need to complete a placement test to determine which language course in which to enroll.
Students in other majors may take Foreign Language as an option to fulfill core liberal arts requirements, or as part of required elective credits. Take the placement test if you wish to continue study in a language.
If you have earned college credit through AP, PSEO or CIS, you do not need a placement test. You may register for the next level of language for which you received credit. If you earned credit for level 2110 or higher, you have satisfied the requirement for the Bachelor of Arts.
When accessing the testing site, use password wildcats1.
If a student above the third semester language, a proctored exam will take place with a faculty member to demonstrate proficiency in the language.
If a student is above the third semester language, a proctored exam will take place with a faculty member to demonstrate proficiency in the language.
Please contact the O'Neill Center to obtain testing information.
The following tests are available to qualify for the Language Requirement of the Bachelor of Arts Degree: