Welcome to the Off-Campus Student Service Web site! CSS Students who live off campus are truly part of larger and often multiple communities. As students of The College of St. Scholastica, you represent your College in the neighborhoods where you reside. It is the College's hope that our students live and particpate in the larger community in ways that positively express the Benedictine values that shape our identity as The College of St. Scholastica.
Some of you are beginning your career at CSS as an off-campus student, some of you are have transitioned from living oncampus for a time. For all of you, it is important to know that you are over 1,000 strong. You share the same purpose and values that shape and guide the College in all its aspects. The College is committed to help you meet the unique challenges that come with being a commuter student. We hope that you find this Web site helpful as you work towards the completion of your college degree. If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Duluth Circle Alliance
The Duluth Circle Alliance's purpose is to advance, promote and facilitate an environment that creates the positive conditions necessary for civic engagement, neighborhood stability, business development, and quality of life. The Circle includes: University of Minnesota Duluth, The College of St. Scholastica, Lake Superior College, neighborhoods in the area adjacent to the schools; and The City of Duluth.
Areas of Focus:
Transparent and respectful communication between all groups, and with the institutions, other groups and organizations, and the general community.
Providing opportunities for building community and encouraging civic engagement.
Balancing the needs of the neighborhoods, the institutions, the city, businesses and organizations through collaborative processes.
Create strategic initiatives that address the needs of constituents, enhances quality of life issues, and invigorates the cultural, physical and social nature of neighborhoods.
Create an Alliance and network that has the foundation and commitment to lead and sustain these efforts.
Mayor Don Ness declares September 10, 2012, The College of St. Scholastica Day in the City of Duluth.
Click here to read the full proclamation
If an off-campus student finds they are in need of emergency assistance after regular business hours, please call (218) 723-6000 and ask for the Residential Life Staff person on duty.
(None of the off campus properties listed above have been inspected or are endorsed by The College of St. Scholastica)