The College of St. Scholastica’s Duluth campus features a variety of residential facilities including traditional dorm rooms, suites and apartment living options. Residential Life is here to help you navigate the following items:
Living on campus is important to a student's success. St. Scholastica has a two-year residency requirement (based on high school graduation date) for all students unless they are approved to be a commuter student after applying for an exemption.
Under specific circumstances, students may be eligible to be exempt from the two year live on requirement or break their existing on campus housing contract. Cancellation fees may be applied for breaking academic year contracts.
Students must meet at least one of the following criteria and receive permission from the Director of Residential Life via one of the request forms below in order to be released from the two year residency requirement.
For new incoming students fill out the Commuter Request Form (located in the “Housing Information” section) Or if you’re a student with a current housing assignment you need to complete the Cancellation Request Form (also located in the “Housing Information” section).
Next you will receive approval or denial from the Director of Residential Life via your CSS email. You’ll also be notified if any cancellation fees apply.
The College of St. Scholastica does not endorse or support any of these landlords, rentals or programs but merely offers these resources.
Information relating to off-campus housing options is provided only to assist students in their housing search. The College assumes no responsibility for contracts and/or leases between individuals, nor does the College have responsibility for any consequences of off-campus housing arrangements. The College does not endorse or sponsor any of the off campus housing agencies, services, advertisements, properties or landlords included on this website. Neither off-campus housing facilities nor advertisements relating to such facilities are inspected or verified by the College.
Check these dates for information on deadlines for housing. Contracts and forms are available on the OneStop in my.CSS.
For a complete list of annual student expenses visit the tuition and fees page.
If you will be seeking housing accommodations due to a disability or medical condition, please contact the Center for Equal Access for more information or to schedule an appointment to discuss your request.
If you would like to apply for an exemption from the two year residency requirement, visit OneStop in my.CSS and complete the Commuter Request Form.
The Access Committee meets to deliberate new emotional support animal (ESA) requests twice a year. Once in July for the fall semester and once in December for the spring semester. Contact the Center for Equal Access to begin the request process.
St. Scholastica is so excited to have you join us on campus. We’ve been working hard to ensure that the move in process is efficient, safe and fun.
It is possible for students to be approved to arrive earlier than their designated move-in date. Early arrival requests must be approved by Residential Life. There may be an additional fee charged to your account if you are approved to move in early.
Students who are required to arrive early for college-sponsored activities will still need to fill out an early arrival request but will not be charged.
If you are unsure whether or not you are required to return to school early for a college-sponsored event, please contact your coach or program adviser.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Duluth campus! As you arrive on campus the Delta Team will guide and assist you with any questions. Visit our Welcome Weekend page for more information.
Welcome back to the Duluth campus!
Moving out requires the following steps to be completed before you leave campus.
Somers Hall, Room 186