Welcome to the College of St. Scholastica! We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with you this next year. This page is to assist you with advisement and registration, and to help you adjust to academic life and expectations at the College.
This is an interactive questionnaire to help you begin to think about what it takes to be successful at the College of St. Scholastica.
The Advisement Manual
The Advisement Manual includes a 4 year plan for all majors on campus. These documents are broken down by year and semester of what courses are the most beneficial to take to stay on track.
The course schedule lists all of the courses offered during the semster. The courses are broken down by General Education Requirement (the top drop down box) and by major (the bottom drop down box). This site will help you determine when classes are offered.
Dignitas course descriptions
Dignitas is our first year student program. It offers students a chance to find out what CSS expects academically as far as critical reading, thinking and writing. The overall theme to Dignitas is "Dignity for Self and Others." Each faculty person bases their course on a subtheme around Dignity. A peer mentor serves as a role model and guide throughout this year-long course.
The Advisement staff is available to you to answer any questions you may have over the summer. Please email email@example.com or IM mkb4cssadvise on Yahoo!
The Center for Academic Success
The Center for Academic Success (CAS) offers a number of academic services to help you succeed academically. Tutoring, mentoring, study skills, test taking strategies and many other resources.
Disability Resource Center
Students who have a documented disability may work with the Disability Resource Center for accomodations to assist them in their academic journey.
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811