St Catherine University

SURROUNDED BY COMMUNITY, CONNECTED TO GREATNESS

Discover a supportive community invested in more than your academic success — we help you connect with your purpose. Our goal is to help each of our students develop the knowledge and empowerment to transcend what they thought was possible.

We value inclusivity and connection. St. Catherine University goes beyond a liberal arts education to instill the wisdom, social justice, and women’s empowerment teachings of our founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. It’s shaped tens of thousands of diverse students’ lives since 1905.

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St Catherine University 2004 Randolph Ave St. Paul, MN 55105
Scholarships for International Students A majority of our international students receive a scholarship to attend St. Catherine University. A completed admission application is required for scholarship consideration. *Full scholarships are not available. With campus jobs, students can earn approximately $2,700 per year by working an average of 10 hours a week. Catherine T. McNamee International Student Scholarship Amount Up to $30,000/ year applied to tuition for four years or until you graduate, whichever comes first. Eligibility Awarded to bachelor degree seeking students, enrolled full time (12-18 credits) in the College for Women. This scholarship is based on academic achievement,  demonstrated leadership, and commitment to social justice. It was established in 2012 to honor St. Catherine University's 8th...
Jul 31, 2021
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St Catherine University 2004 Randolph Ave St. Paul, MN 55105
Application Instructions for International Students Complete the  Common Application . There is no fee to apply. Submit official records (transcripts) from secondary schools attended, listing all subjects completed and grade/mark received. Records must be sent directly from the secondary school institution to be considered official. Transfer credits will be considered on a course-by-course basis. St. Catherine University reserves the right to make final decisions about credential evaluation and transfer credits. If you have completed secondary school at the time of application, you must submit certified copies of your diploma or leaving certificate for proof of completion and a final secondary school transcript. Submit one letter of recommendation. This letter should be written by someone who has known you in an academic context. Recommendation letter(s) should address your abilities as a student, your extracurricular activities and...
Jul 31, 2021