Note: Meeting minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.
A returning graduate student who has been granted admission into a program, enrolls in the program and then stops-out for more than 12 months must reapply to the program by the program application deadline date and meet all admission requirements. Our goal is to make this process smooth and easy for your return to St. Scholastica.
To return to the same graduate program at St. Scholastica, a returning student must apply for readmission to the College.
If a returning student has taken courses through other colleges during their absence from St. Scholastica, official transcripts from those colleges may be required if you need credit for courses.
Please order the following official transcripts:
Transcripts must be received on or before the application deadline. Order early in the application process!
Email official transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Electronic transcripts must be from a certified electronic official transcript provider such as Parchment, Docufide, Scrip Safe, National Clearinghouse or other certified, online transcript services.
Mailed transcripts must be in the original sealed envelope from the school. Mail to:
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811
If you have international transcripts or non-citizen status, you will need to complete the online program application and send additional documentation. Please see the International Admissions Policy for complete details.
After you are notified a decision has been made regarding your application, log into your application portal to accept or decline using the Decision Response form.
As a college student at St. Scholastica, you get to take the lead in your own education and assume responsibility for your success. Please use our accepted students information page to help you along the way, and remember, your advisors and instructors are here to guide and support you as you proceed through your journey toward a degree.
The Master in Education has a rolling enrollment process that allows an applicant to start at the beginning of any eight-week term. Please talk with your admissions counselor to obtain more specific dates.