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Academic Resource Page: This site provides resources to help make your academic career more meaningful and less difficult. It provides links to pdf handouts on how to calculate your GPA, understand your learning style, develop a weekly schedule, and how to "catch up" if you fall behind.
Alumni Career Network: provides a list of alumni who have offered to provide assistance to current students in areas such as occupations, internships, jobs and relocation information. (You will be required to set up an account.)
Career Job Search Resources: This site provides information on upcoming events, staff contact information, information for finding jobs or internships, resume and cover letter resources, as well as tips for interviewing, and the Job Search Handbook.
JobSpace: JobSpace is a job and internship posting site which includes postings for full-time and part-time jobs and internships.
Information for New Students: This site provides information on how to request accommodations. Students interested in obtaining accommodations need to be aware of the process and the needed documentation.
Student Self-Help Guide: This site is housed in the Student Center for Health and Well-Being' Web site and developed by the American Institute for Preventive Medicine to help individuals reduce health care costs and improve the quality of their life.
Links to Health and Medical Information This resource provides links to reliable sources of health information.
WellU Programming: The College also provides online resources on sustainability, spirituality, emotional balance, and healthy living through the WellU Web site.
All students are welcome to participate in all the events scheduled on the Duluth campus or attend athletic events throughout the mid-west. Your college ID also allows you access to these events as well as to our Campus Recreation Center, Dining Room, and Student Union. In addition, students can subscribe to receive monthly e-newsletters from the Student Affairs Division to learn more about your home campus!
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811