This page is designed to assist new international students preparing for their arrival to the United States and to the College. Information on these pages is meant for students who are accepted to the College of St. Scholastica and have paid their deposit. Some of this information will not be relevant to students already in the U.S. and transferring from a U.S. high school or college.
New student Visa appointments and Departure Checklist
This information will assist you with preparation for an F-1 student visa appointment (for new and transfer students) and provides a checklist to prepare for arrival in the U.S.
Orientation and Arrival Information
Please check this link for Orientation information and the travel options for arriving in Duluth.
Academics and Class Registration
It is recommended for all new students are registered for their academic courses before arrival in the U.S. See this link for information about the academic systems at St. Scholastica and how to register.
Tuition and fees
This page will guide new students and their families through billing procedures, payment options and financial questions.
Learn about college health insurance and on campus Health Services
This link will also inform you about required immunizations and how health insurance works in the United States.
Living on Campus and Meals
This information will guide you through the campus living arrangements and give you more detailed information with regard to accommodation on campus. The Food Service department information will allow you to gauge what the meals provided on campus are like.
Employment on and off campus
New international students may have the opportunity to work on campus for 10 hours a week. Go to this page to find out more about working and how to obtain authorization to work.
It is always important to learn more about the culture and area where you will be living. Duluth is a city with a population of 87,000, is situated on the westernmost tip of Lake Superior. It is a popular holiday location and is visited by 3.5 million tourists every year.