If your child goes to college, he or she will earn an average of $20,000 more per year than kids who don't.
It isn't just about the money, but it's often true that money stands in between a good student and a great education.
If your young student is a Minnesota resident, has a 3.0 GPA or higher,
scored 20 or better on the ACT, and meets our financial need requirements,
he or she could get free tuition at the College of St. Scholastica.
CSSyes means a private, four-year, nationally ranked, liberal-arts education.
As a 100-year-old educational institution in Duluth, Minnesota, the College of St. Scholastica is ranked as one of the top in the nation by US News & World Report.
Our classes are small; the majority of our faculty have the highest degrees in their field; and because there are just 14 students to every professor, your son or daughter is guaranteed the personal attention of their instructor.
This means they'll solve problems creatively, think critically and learn continuously. And that means they'll go farther and earn more than you ever thought possible.
Apply for CSSyes now and help your child earn the education they deserve.
I come from a low-income family and I am paying less than I would at a public college. St. Scholastica helped direct me to great scholarships that made it affordable. It is satisfying to know I will have a great education from a college that will help support me through my journey.
The Financial Aid
Department at St. Scholastica
is ready and willing to make
the school accessible to those
with a genuine interest in a
broad education and awards
incredible amounts each
year in scholarships and aid.
For the high quality of
services provided, attending
St. Scholastica was no doubt a
savvy investment for me.
I felt comfortable with my choice to come to St. Scholastica because my family and I understood the investment here, which felt more like what we thought a public school would cost. The admissions and financial aid departments did everything they could to help us through the process and understand that St. Scholastica is affordable. It has been more than worth it.