We realize that the admission process can sometimes seem like an exam, even before you begin classes. Depending on your chosen program, there can paperwork, transcripts, an essay and more. Fortunately, you have access to St. Scholastica's admissions counselors. They will work hard to make the process as simple as possible and make sure that everything gets to where it needs to be on time. All you need to focus on is preparing for the next chapter of your educational experience.
Find your program under Areas of Study and click on the Application Information page for program-specific admissions requirements.
Non-degree-seeking students can find tailored information specifically for them on our admissions page.
At any point in the application process, you can reach our helpful Admissions Counselors with all your questions. Whether you're just curious or ready to apply, they are here to help!
Feel free to contact us at any point in the application process, whether you're just starting to think about one of our programs or you're ready to be admitted. We're happy to help.
I assist students with undergraduate programs in Accounting, Management, Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Social Work, R.N. to B.S., and HIM; and graduate programs in HIM and HIM/IT Leadership.
The level of personal attention and service that we provide to students is what sets us apart from other colleges and universities. Staff and faculty truly have an interest in the success of the student here.
That the arm of the college has extended to provide access to higher education for individuals living in regions of the state where access is difficult.
Don’t wait for tomorrow, next month or next year. Waiting does nothing to better prepare you personally, financially or academically; but rather simply holds you in your current reality, wishing that you’d gone forward to gain new opportunities.
I work with undergraduate and graduate Business programs. I also assist prospective students with the graduate teaching licensure program.
I believe St. Scholastica’s unique history and the five values incorporated throughout the college make us stand out among the rest.
I appreciate the accessibility of the St. Paul campus and the small class sizes. Also, I think that the accelerated format and option to gain credit through prior learning, which allows students to finish their degree quicker than other colleges, is very important to the lives of busy students.
School can be tiring at times. Remind yourself of your motivations for going to college and completing your degree. Find a study buddy and reward yourself often!
I have worked primarily with our Health Informatics and Information Management online programs for the past six years. CSS has the premiere education programs in the country in the field of HIM, so it has been a delight to help guide prospective students in choosing a program. We offer a B.S. in HIM, M.S. in HIM, M.S. in Health Informatics, a Joint M.S. in HIM/IT Leadership and Graduate Certificates.
Our renowned faculty and our commitment to values-driven online learning is what sets us apart. Employers in the field of HIM seek out our graduates because they know that they are the highest quality workers in the field that they can find.
The thing that I like the best is the people! It is great to be a part of such a supportive community.
Think about where you would like to be in 10 years. If furthering your education is a step to get you there, then dive in and don't delay!
I am a graduate admissions counselor who works with our health science graduate programs including: Doctor of Physical Therapy, Master of Science in Athletic Training, Master of Science in Exercise Physiology, and Master of Science in Occupational Therapy.
We really care about our students, class sizes are small and instructors know our students, which provides a great foundation for learning. Our College community also embraces the Benedictine values of Hospitality, Respect, Community, Love of Learning and Stewardship, and you see those values instilled in everything we do.
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here at St. Scholastica! I learn something new every day, I am passionate about what I do and really enjoy helping students navigate their path of higher education. I very much appreciate and acknowledge the Benedictine values in my daily adventures. I love the fact that our students, staff and faculty hold doors open for one another, say "hi" when passing in the hallway and that we support each other. We are a very warm and welcoming community and I am proud of that.
Time management is key – if you aren’t good at it now, you will become better based on necessity. Ask for help when you need it – we have a fantastic group of faculty and staff working together to help you succeed in your education. Don’t forget to celebrate your successes. “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” - William Butler Yeats
I work with the Accounting, Computer Information System SUCCEED, Social Work and the Master of Business Administration Program in the Twin Cities. I also work the Social Work Program on our Arizona campus.
What distinguishes St. Scholastica from other colleges and university is our Benedictine Values of Hospitality, Respect, Community, Love of Learning and Stewardship.
What I like best is the people here at St. Scholastica. No matter where we are: Duluth, St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights, St. Cloud, Brainerd, Rochester, Arizona and online the student, faculty and staff here are wonderful to work with.
Research & visit campus. It’s never too early to start having conversations and preparing to take your next steps in achieving your educational goals. You want to also make sure that you visit campus to see the facility and meet with staff and faculty. This often time is the final factor to reassuring that the institution will be the best fit for you.
I have the pleasure of working with a diverse portfolio of graduate programs, including high-quality offerings at the master’s and doctoral levels from the School of Education, the School of Business and Technology, and the School of Nursing.
The influence of our rich Benedictine heritage characterized by our values of Community, Hospitality, Respect, Stewardship and Love of Learning make our college truly distinctive. Our academic programs are highly regarded for preparing students to lead, influence and ultimately make a difference. In addition, CSS has continually been on the forefront of producing innovative programs to fit the needs of learners and the work force.
The culture, environment and people are welcoming and supportive.
My advice to all prospective students is to seek out the counsel of your admissions contact and academic resources at the College. Pursuing an education or advancing your degree is a big decision that should not be taken lightly. We are committed to helping find the right fit, personally and academically: CSS for you and you for CSS.
I work with the programs offered at the Rochester campus. The programs include undergraduate business programs and online undergraduate and graduate programs. I also work with the Social Work program in the Twin Cities at Inver Hills Community College, as well as the 100 percent online R.N. to B.S. degree completion program.
Flexibility! We offer great programs to multiple sites (Brainerd, Duluth, Online, Rochester, St. Cloud and Twin Cities), and deliveries (day, evening, hybrid and online).
Community! It’s one of the core values at The College of St. Scholastica. Having the privilege of working with students, faculty and staff, I feel like I’m a part of a community.
My advice to prospective students is to learn more about The College of St. Scholastica and to see if we can meet your needs.
I work with undergrad Business (marketing, accounting, management and organizational behavior), Social Work and Post-baccalaureate Nursing. Each one is different in their format and schedule. The similarities between them all is that they are bachelor's degrees and all of them are offered in the accelerated format.
The College of St. Scholastica has a uniqueness to it that goes beyond athletics or a specific field of study. It’s about community and a culture that promotes support for one another.
The best thing about St. Scholastica is the size of the campus. A smaller student body means more personalized attention from faculty, less distractions from large classrooms and a greater opportunity to build relationships with fellow students.
As you prepare for coming back to school, carve out time in your schedule as if you were already in school. Clear your calendar one or two nights a week for several weeks before you begin. This will make the transition smoother.
I work with students at the St. Cloud campus. This means I work with students in the undergraduate management programs - Accounting, Management, Marketing and Organizational Behavior; the graduate management programs - Master of Arts in Management and MBA, the graduate teaching licensure program, the Post-baccalaureate Nursing program and the graduate Nursing programs.
At the St. Cloud campus, we have small class sizes and are focused on the needs of the adult learner. We want students to be transformed by the educational experience they receive here. Plus, we have free parking!
There is a great sense of community at the St. Cloud campus – the students and faculty are wonderful to work with.
Going back to school is a big decision. Check out all your options and determine what you need to be successful.
The College of St. Scholastica
Office of Graduate and Extended Campus Admissions
1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 55811
Phone: (888) 298-4723