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Realizing his dream to help others in crisisRead Timothy's story
Gained real-world experience at prestigious research facilityRead Megan's story
Influenced national political debateRead Israel's story
Navigating uncertainty to help students stay engagedRead Cindy's story
Adapted to the new normal and transitioned to online learningRead Long's story
Obtained knowledge and skills virtually to further their educationRead their story
We understand today's challenges. Because of this, tuition and fees have been frozen for the 2021-22 school year, ensuring financial access for first-time freshman and transfer students.View tuition and fees
Community is important at St. Scholastica. Make the most of your college experience by getting involved, connecting with new friends, cheering for the Saints and finding adventure.See what's happening
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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– President Barbara McDonald, Ed.D