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The College of St. Scholastica

During your full-day session, you can expect to become familiar with the College, campus, support services and activities. Get to know classmates, your Team Delta leaders and register for your fall classes. As you kick off the ‘official’ start to your life as a St. Scholastica Saint, you’ll leave feeling accomplished.

Choose your orientation date and sign up today!


Choose your date.
Register for Orientation.

St. Scholastica offers several limited capacity orientation sessions to provide you with a fun and personal experience. We give you the time needed to know the campus and other classmates! Many dates fill quickly, so sign up early for the best selection.

Next Step!

You can get a jump start on your Orientation by ensuring you have the following completed ahead of time.

Housing Application

Complete your Housing Application in the my.CSS portal. Follow the instructions in the ‘Complete a Housing Application’ section and select the ‘First-Year Housing Contract.’

Haven’t deposited yet? Learn more about St. Scholastica’s First-Year Housing.

Campus Resources

Academic Advisement

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.

Account Lookup

Once you have applied to St. Scholastica or are a faculty or staff member, you will have a St. Scholastica ID used to reference your account information.

Art, Music and Theatre

There are many great ways to be involved in the fine arts at St. Scholastica! We have enriching art classes, theater productions and music ensembles that are open to all students regardless of major or amount of experience.

August Adventures

Take the first step to college life and make some lifelong friends in the process. Opportunities include serving the community, joining an outdoor adventure or building your leadership skills.

Career Services

The College of St. Scholastica connects and prepares students for meaningful work through career exploration, internships, relevant experiences, document preparation and job search.

Campus Ministry

Accompanying students of any faith or spirituality in their personal and spiritual growth and inspiring students to put their faith and values in action through service and justice.

Campus Recreation

St. Scholastica offers innovative programming and exceptional facilities to encourage an active and healthy lifestyle. Work out in the fitness center, attend a fitness class, hike the trails or participate in intramural sports.

Center for Equal Access

The Center for Equal Access exists to foster an inclusive community for all students, with a focus on furthering the education, understanding and promotion of students with disabilities.

Counseling Services

Professional clinicians are available to assist students in addressing the feelings and stressors of college life and other important personal concerns.

Degree Works

Degree Works is a comprehensive suite of web-based academic advisement, degree audit and course planning tools that aid students in successfully navigating St. Scholastica’s degree requirements.

Duluth Transit Authority (DTA)

The DTA provides public transit service that is safe, convenient, efficient and affordable. St. Scholastica students ride free with their ID cards.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion aims to provide leadership and professional development on initiatives related to equity, diversity and inclusion. At our core, we are committed to student support, advocacy and education through access and success.

Hunger Resources

Student hunger and food insecurity are a reality that many college students face across the country. At St. Scholastica, we have Storm’s Cupboard which is an on-campus food pantry and has resources to support students who live outside the Duluth area as well.

IT/Computer Help Desk

Technical support is available for all students through the Help Desk, which supports getting student computers connected to our network, which often involves removing viruses or malware.


The College of St. Scholastica Library strives to preserve and disseminate information, then instruct the academic community in the retrieval and use of knowledge.

Outdoor Pursuit

Discover unlimited ways to explore campus and the surrounding area through St. Scholastica’s Outdoor Pursuit. We provide high-quality, fun-filled activities to the entire College community and several partner organizations.


The College of St. Scholastica’s Campus Safety Department seeks to collaboratively preserve, maintain and improve all parking services, regulations and infrastructure on the Duluth main campus.

Residential Life

The College of St. Scholastica’s Duluth campus features a variety of residential facilities including traditional dorm rooms, suites and apartment living options.

Saints Shop

The Saints Shop is located in Tower Hall on the main campus of The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN. We serve students, faculty, staff, alumni, family and friends of the College.

Student Employment

Student employment is a need-based program that students in our traditional undergraduate and graduate population may be eligible to participate in.

Student Health Service

St. Scholastica’s Student Health Service is staffed with health care providers that can evaluate your concerns, answer questions and help you be the healthiest version of yourself.

Student Outdoor Adventure Retreat (SOAR)

Duluth is your destination for outdoor fun! Start your college journey with an adventure sponsored by Outdoor PURSUIT! Join us Aug. 25-Sept. 2, 2022 for rock climbing, canoeing or backpacking and leave with new friends and a head start on college.

TRIO Student Support Services

TRIO Student Support Services provides services to help students succeed in college and earn their undergraduate degrees.

Tutoring Center

The Tutoring Center encourages students to supplement their learning with activities outside the classroom to support and enhance their learning.

Veterans/Military Resource Center

We provide the support and guidance to explore degree options, use your benefits, help you through the admissions process and provide support services throughout your entire College experience.


Veritas is also the name of our General Education program, which has an essential role, together with the majors, in fulfilling the College’s distinctive academic mission of liberal education in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition by emphasizing the search for truth across a breadth of disciplines.

Writing/Critical Thinking Center

The Rose Frenzel Warner Writing and Critical Thinking Center helps students become better writers and critical thinkers. Our space is available for studying, writing, printing or collaborating.