Student Center and Activities (SCA) contributes to our vibrant campus life by igniting and encouraging opportunities for student engagement; empowering students to create and connect to the St. Kate’s community.
Together with our programming, advising, and services, SCA facilitates students in their recognition and development of their leadership capacity, social and civic responsibility, and personal evolution.
We aim to create a community for our campus by providing relevant and key resources that enhance the student experience while ensuring that students are always at the heart of the Coeur de Catherine.
We provide a wide array of opportunities and events for students to get involved throughout the year.
The annual fair held each fall is a great opportunity to learn more about chartered clubs and organizations, leadership opportunities, upcoming events, and campus activities.
A semi-formal social event held each December to raise money for Sarah’s…an Oasis for Women. Sarah's, a ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph, provides a welcoming space for women looking for housing, community and safety on a temporary basis.
The annual end-of-the-year celebration for the St. Kate's community is held on the last day of classes in May. The Dew Drop Bop encompasses a carnival-type feel with wonderful food, music, entertainment, and fantastic prizes.
Invite your family and friends to join you for a day of fun on our beautiful St. Paul campus. Activities include a Parent and Family Association continental breakfast, opportunities to learn from our Library staff and Money Mentor Team, Bookstore special promotions, trivia, crafts, lunch specials, and more! Plus, don't miss your chance to get your photo taken at our beautiful fall backdrop. A full version of the schedule will be provided when you check in.
Each spring, St. Catherine University hosts the Honors and Awards Ceremony to honor student achievement in academics and leadership. The event begins with a reception that includes displays highlighting student award winners' accomplishments. This is followed by a formal program, which allows individual departments and the University as a whole to present awards recognizing student achievement.
Among the many honors bestowed at the ceremony, the University recognizes students through the All-University Student Leadership Awards. These awards recognize students' contributions to co-curricular and academic life at St. Kate's, their growth in leadership roles, and their involvement in campus life.
The Student Center and Activities Office encourages participation in clubs and organizations as an excellent way to experience personal growth, meet new friends, share common interests with other students, and have some fun outside of the classroom.
With more than sixty clubs and organizations chartered at St. Kate's, you’re sure to find a group that’s right for you.
The Student Center and Activities office helps with clubs and organization information, chartering, publicity, and financial requests.
The Information Center is open 7am–midnight, 7 days a week during the academic year. The student staff here can help you with:
The Information Center offers three Metro Transit bus pass options:
The Metro Transit College Pass is valid for unlimited rides on the Metro Transit buses and Light Rail per semester (Spring, Summer, Fall). This pass is available only to St Catherine University students, faculty and staff with a valid St. Kate's ID. Students, faculty, and staff may purchase their College Pass either in-person at the Information Center in the Coeur de Catherine with cash or check. Or, they may pay online with credit card in the Marketplace Mall:
The Information Center is open daily from 7:00 a.m. to midnight during the academic year. Break and holiday hours will vary.
If you are on the Minneapolis campus and unable to pick-up your pass in-person at the St. Paul campus, please forward your Marketplace receipt email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting your pass to be mailed along with a current mailing address. Your pass will be mailed within 1-2 business
days after receiving the mailing request.
The pass is refundable until picked up or mailed out from the Information Center. Once the pass is in the possession of the purchaser or in the mail, no refunds will be given.
Metro Transit policy states that the pass can be replaced if defective or lost, as long as the pass is registered at metrotransit.org. If you lost your pass, you may purchase a replacement at the Information Center with cash or check. The fee for replacement is $20 (if registered) or $40 (if unregistered).
The Student Organization Center is available to student clubs and organizations to conduct business and work related to their groups. This space can be used for club meetings, workshops, presentations, and more. Clubs and organizations have access to lockers, the die cut machine, mailboxes, computers, and other spaces to ensure success.
The Pulse serves as a venue for programs and offers a great space to get together with friends, work on class projects using the data ports in the booths, watch TV, and just have fun! Dining Services also offers a selection of food during the day and throughout the evening. Connected to The Pulse is the Game Room. The Game Room offers a variety of games and activities for students and their guests. All supplies can be checked out from the Information Center with a valid Student ID.
St. Paul Campus
CdC | Room 270
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105
Old Main | Room 227
601 25th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55454
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