You don't have to go far to earn your degree. Study close to home in Duluth. Our degrees taught by expert faculty will prepare for a lifetime of purpose and meaningful work that will change the world around you. Are you ready?
St. Scholastica faculty members are both scholars and committed teachers. Our faculty are engaged in research that makes a difference and creates hands-on learning experiences for all students. They bring real-world experience into the classroom. They are thought leaders in their fields, with topics ranging from how Shakespeare relates to social justice to the impact of chemicals on fish and beyond.
Jen Maki, Ph.D., is playing a key role in a research effort to investigate gene function in fish, specifically focused on genes affected by pollutants commonly found in the environment. Her work will not only contribute to the body of knowledge required to address pollution nationwide but will also benefit her students in St. Scholastica's labs as part of the undergraduate biochemistry curriculum.
Kevin Quarmby, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized Shakespeare scholar and actor. His extensive work on examining Shakespeare through social justice and performance art connects students in the English department classes to academics from around the world.
Every program at St. Scholastica features hands-on learning and extensive experiential opportunities, so you'll be ready to start your career as soon as you graduate.
We are committed to helping ensure our education is affordable and we'll work with you to put together a package that is affordable for you. And once you complete your degree, that investment pays off. A recent study found that St. Scholastica is the no. 1 school in Minnesota for economic mobility. This means that our graduates are likely to move up the economic ladder by increasing their earning potential.
No matter how you choose to earn your degree, we'll be here to help you succeed. You can choose to live and learn in our community on campus and in the classroom, opt to learn online, or select a combination of both.