The College of St. Scholastica was founded to prepare students from all walks of life to follow their purpose. More than 100 years later, we're still empowering CSS Saints with degrees that balance the career preparation and invaluable life skills needed to make a difference in the world.
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Global greetings from near and farView their greetings
Explored his passion in the arts and found communityRead Nick's story
Realizing his dream to help others in crisisRead Timothy's story
Establishing a legacy of success so others may followRead their story
Returned to the classroom to teach and inspire othersRead Wade's story
Discovered campus support that inspired their Hollywood dreamsRead their story
Using innovation, technology and patient-centered approach to improve livesRead Latrice's story
Immersed in cultural experiences to shape their moral perspectiveRead their story
Utilizes her expertise to bring hope to domestic violence survivorsRead Kailee's story
We believe in approaching our admissions process for incoming undergraduate students with a holistic, Benedictine view of our applicant's academic achievements to ensure our students succeed.View test-optional admission
Performances and lectures about big ideas, finding our place in the world and celebrating art in all it's forms. Speakers explore global concerns and ideas, while our performances feature local and national favorites.See what's happening
CSS graduates enter the world with more than a degree and go on to pursue a life of meaningful work. That's why 98% of our undergrad students are employed or in a grad program.See where our grads are working
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"I am thrilled and honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the 13th president of The College of St. Scholastica. I look forward to working alongside our outstanding students, faculty and staff as we move the College forward to a bright future." Learn more about our new leader or follow her on Twitter.