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The College of St. Scholastica

St. Scholastica was founded in Duluth in 1912 by a group of pioneering Benedictine Sisters who offered college courses to six young women. Today, more than 4,000 men and women study here each year.

Campus buildings include the Science Center, Burns Wellness Commons and the iconic Tower Hall, as well as a library, chapel, 500-seat auditorium, black-box theater, and on-campus dorms, suites and apartments. The Duluth campus also includes the St. Scholastica Monastery, home to the Benedictine Sisters, whose values guide the College today.

St. Scholastica’s Duluth campus offers a small, friendly community that fosters students’ participation in a variety of activities, from its 20 intercollegiate athletic teams to more than 50 student clubs and organizations.

Our main campus offers a full slate of traditional undergraduate programs and graduate programs, as well as numerous undergraduate Extended Campus programs. Schedule a campus visit or attend events to discover all that St. Scholastica has to offer!

At St. Scholastica, we’re committed to ensuring our campuses are accessible for all students. Please reference the Center for Equal Access for assistance and more information.

Programs Offered

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Online Degree Programs

Contact Duluth Main Campus

1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 55811

Phone: 800-447-5444

Email: admissions@css.edu

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Office Hours
8-4:30 Monday – Friday

Heath Science Center

The Health Science Center features four lecture spaces and three labs where students learn from faculty who are experienced practitioners and leaders in their fields. These spaces are specifically designed to integrate classroom teaching and experiential learning.

maurices Community Clinic

The student-run maurices Community Clinic offers physical and occupational therapy services to people with little or no insurance, and to the St. Scholastica Community and offers invaluable interprofessional educational experiences.

Campus Map and Parking Instructions

View the full-size, printable parking map.

Visitor parking requires registering with admissions.