Student learning doesn’t only happen in a classroom! Opportunities for learning and development exist everywhere throughout your life as a student.
The Duluth Main Campus Undergraduate Experience
Our Student Affairs team plays a critical role in your learning experience at St. Scholastica. We will guide and support you outside of the classroom to ensure you thrive. We’re committed to enrich and deepen your lifetime journey of growth and self-exploration.
Develop your personal, vocational and social development through diverse clubs, organizations, leadership opportunities and co-curricular activities. Get connected and identify others who share similar interests or step out of your comfort zone and try something new. Each year, St. Scholastica hosts over 400 on-campus events and every day our students are making memories that will last a lifetime. All of the activities that we have available for students will help you to build relationships, learn new things and enjoy being a part of our vibrant community.
Need a break from studying? Participate in an activity, hang out with friends or meet at The Port for fun and snacks — we have something for everyone!
Are you interested in leadership development?
Prepare yourself to serve the communities in which you live and make a lasting difference in the lives of others. Develop and grow your skills through our Saints Leadership program, which focuses on four areas: individual or internal, relationship or interpersonal, community and societal or systemic change. Each is grounded in one of the different areas of leadership, based on the socio-ecological model for change.
If a student successfully completes all the tracks by April 15, prior to their graduation, they will be able to graduate with Saints Leadership Honors.
Our mission is to represent students’ priorities and facilitate and advocate for effective student leader training. As student representatives, we serve to get your voices heard and we act as liaisons to the College’s faculty, staff and administration.
Clubs and Organizations
Get involved with one or many of our student clubs and organizations. We have everything from student senate and political groups to sports and clubs, social justice and service groups, spiritual and ministry opportunities or focus on your academic and career possibilities. These groups foster self-confidence, create new friendships and develop leadership skills.
On Campus at St. Cloud
The St. Cloud campus is full of students interested in becoming nurses. Because nursing is the sole focus of this campus, every student starts out having something in common, which makes it easier to find people to study with in the student lounge.
Ultimately, you will be able to make friendships that last long after graduation. Each relationship that you make here also has the potential to become an asset in your future as friends can easily become colleagues as you pursue careers together in the healthcare field.
The Online Experience
Online students lead busy lives, often fitting in their online coursework between work and even families. Because of this, online students participate in a community that is more virtual than in person, but a community that is still vibrant and integral to their education.
Most online courses utilize group work and zoom discussion, which allows students to get acquainted naturally with each other and their instructors. Students who live locally will often meet up in person to work together or just for social activities. The online courses provide so many ways to interact and learn together. There are even opportunities for elective trips! As a remote learner, you will never be without a community to support your progress.
Graduate and Doctoral Programs
Depending on your program, you may study on the Duluth Main Campus, at the St. Cloud campus, at the Health Science Center (HSC) in Duluth or online, and your experience will differ depending on your program or location.
But, every graduate and doctoral student will work closely with dedicated and skilled instructors. And you will learn next to students who share your drive and passion for your specialty. In cohorts or classrooms, you will find students who will work and study with you. Your learning community will help you thrive in your program.
There’s so much to do at St. Scholastica both on- and off-campus, whether indoors or outside.
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.