Our professional advisement team offers academic counseling from acceptance through graduation. We’ll help you discover and achieve your academic goals by co-creating a plan through a collaborative process. Advisors will provide guidance for courses, encourage and support you.
The Advisement team guided me in deciding which courses were right for my career goals.
Undergraduate Advisement Manual
Undergraduate students can use the advisement manuals to see the four-year plan for their major. These documents show the courses by year and semester that are most beneficial to remain on track.
Dignitas Course Descriptions
Dignitas is a first-year student program that provides the foundation for your college experience. We introduce you to key elements unique to a St. Scholastica education. We’ll guide you through important questions that shape your learning, actions and purpose as a member of the College community. You’ll learn critical reading, thinking and writing academic skills. Faculty base their courses on the theme “Dignity for Self and Others” and a peer mentor will guide you throughout this year-long course.
At St. Scholastica, the ways to transfer in credits are as limitless as the number of credits you have to transfer. Visit our Incoming Credits and Course Information page to learn more. And, if you have questions, contact your admissions counselor or academic advisor for assistance.
Students are encouraged to work with their academic advisors to plan how best to put their studies on hold. A student who chooses to withdraw from the College must realize that the withdrawal will remain on their permanent transcript. A student is legally registered until they file an official withdrawal or complete the course. Any student who withdraws from the College during the academic year must first contact their academic advisor with questions concerning their enrollment status. All other add/drop or withdrawal policies are located in the Course Catalog. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.