The College of St. Scholastica was founded to prepare students from all walks of life to follow their purpose. More than 100 years later, we're still empowering CSS Saints with degrees that balance the career preparation and invaluable life skills needed to make a difference in the world.
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World travel leads to a focus in rural healthcareRead Bria's story
Brought healing to others through his researchRead Jack's story
Gained real-world experience to provide critical careRead Malyssa's story
Developed leadership skills to succeedRead Allen's story
Challenged her worldview and discovered a path toward meaningful workRead DyAnna's story
Pursued math and computer science to improve others’ livesRead Malvern's story
Inspired professor's project through her researchRead Maddie's story
Advanced her education to lead changeRead Alicia's story
St. Scholastica, founded in 1912, has been continually accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1931. Our commitment to academic excellence continues today, and always will.View accreditation information
We offer degrees designed to prepare you for the profession you want and arm you with the lifelong skills you need to contribute to the world. It's liberal arts education with your sleeves rolled up.Browse our programs
CSS graduates enter the world with more than a degree and go on to pursue a life of meaningful work. That's why 98% of our undergrad students are employed or in a grad program.See where our grads are working
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