St Norbert College

Welcome to the Only Norbertine College in the World

Since 1121, members of the religious order founded by Norbert of Xanten have embraced a tradition of radical hospitality. Today, at St. Norbert College, that same tradition is enthusiastically extended to you. At St. Norbert, all are welcome.



At a Glance
Here’s a quick listing of pertinent facts and figures. Just to give you a taste: a beautiful riverfront campus, 2,200 students, a four-year graduation guarantee, 14-to-1 student-faculty ratio, 3.5 average GPA, 23 NCAA Division III sports.

Mission and Traditions
Much has changed since 1898 when the college was founded to train young men for the priesthood, yet the deep sense of community you will find here remains strongly rooted in the Norbertine order. As our mission states, we are dedicated to providing an education that fosters intellectual, spiritual and personal development.

Rankings and Reputation
Among the top 10 Catholic liberal arts colleges in the nation, St. Norbert College is nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Reports.

College Leadership
Forward thinking but committed to the time-honored wisdom found in the Norbertine, Catholic and liberal arts traditions, our leadership has set a course for St. Norbert to be one of the nation’s next great liberal arts colleges.

Scholarship
 
St Norbert College 100 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115, USA
International Student Scholarships and Cost Academic Scholarship Awards  All applicants are automatically considered for scholarships. St. Norbert is committed to assisting international students in financing their education.  Scholarship GPA Amount George Washington Scholar   3.5 to 4.0 $18,000 Abraham Lincoln Scholar  3.0 to 3.49 $14,000 Woodrow Wilson Scholar 2.75 to 2.99 $12,000 Benjamin Franklin Scholar  2.5 to 2.74 $10,000   All scholarships are renewable for the duration of the four-year program provided students remain in good academic standing.
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College/University
 
St Norbert College 100 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115, USA
Undergraduate Admission Step 1 – Admission Application To be considered for admission, please submit the following documents: St. Norbert College application Apply Online The Common Application Official high-school/secondary-school transcripts (with English translation) Proof of  English language proficiency Personal statement Students transferring from another university must provide their official university records. From U.S. schools: official transcripts mailed directly to SNC. From schools outside the U.S.: official transcripts and a course-by-course transcript evaluation by a NACES-approved credential evaluation service. We review applications throughout the academic year on a rolling basis. Step 2 – Financial Documentation Upon receiving your completed application, the international admission office will notify you of their decision within two to four weeks. All international students are...
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