Support to Succeed
Students face a challenging yet supportive academic environment that engages them in learning and finding their place in the world. Shaped by our Catholic Benedictine heritage, a St. Scholastica education includes a strong emphasis on faculty interaction with students, student engagement in the academic process and learning outside the classroom.
We invite you to explore the resources available and the ways our Community supports students through their educational journey.
Each student is assigned an academic advisor to help them plan their education path, develop their schedule and support them throughout their undergraduate time at St. Scholastica.
St. Scholastica provides an array of services to help students achieve academic success. We teach skills, develop strategies and focus on students achieving their goals.
Review specific requirements to obtain the degree of your interest at The College of St. Scholastica.
Start planning your next semester by reviewing the course schedule.
We’re committed to helping students explore, develop and pursue individual career paths and meaningful work.
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The Rose Warner Writing and Critical Thinking Center
Our writing center is where all students can receive free, collaborative feedback on all forms of writing. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff will help everyone to brainstorm, interpret, review and proof their projects.
Students may use the writing center as often as they like to obtain help on papers, resumes, earning scholarships, or getting into graduate school. Students who use the Center become better writers and critical thinkers.
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A vital place for learning and a sense of community for all students, faculty and staff. Both a physical and virtual space, it provides instruction, services and access to resources that will help students succeed in their educational endeavors. The Library supplements and enhances course-related teaching, providing a bridge to the kind of independent learning and critical thinking skills graduates will rely upon in their future personal and professional lives.