You should expect to have a rewarding, enjoyable educational experience living on campus. You will be meeting, living, and learning with a wide diversity of people, people from many cultures, faith backgrounds and personal experiences. Our efforts and programs are designed to provide students opportunities to further explore important questions that shape their general education experience:
In keeping with the mission of the College and the Benedictine tradition, the Residential Life Team of the College of St. Scholastica is committed to providing a growth-oriented living situation for students choosing campus housing. Additionally, the Residential Life Team seeks to facilitate students' transitions to interdependent living away from home through the encouragement of owned, responsible decision-making while also functioning as a support network and as a resource base.
We have a two year live on requirement based off your high school graduation date. For the 2020-2021 academic year, any student with a high school graduation date of 2019 or 2020 is required to live on campus unless they qualify to be a commuter student. For questions, please contact Residential Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Before June 15th, no cancellation charges will be applied.
2. Between June 15th and July 15th, a $150 cancellation charge will be applied.
3. After July 15th and the start of the academic year, a $300 cancellation
charge will be applied. (Please note that tuition and room/board is due prior to the start of the academic year.)
4. After the start of the academic year (thus considering it occupied), a $500 cancellation charge will be applied. *The student may be refunded only based on the prorated number of days the room was occupied. Or the student will not be refunded any amount of the remaining semester charges, and the student may be responsible for charges for the remainder of the contract (current semester and future semester in contract).
*There are certain circumstances in which students are eligible to move off campus or break their housing contract. The Director of Residential Life reserves the right to charge cancellation fees to students for breaking academic year contracts.
If you will be seeking housing accommodations due to a disability or medical condition, please contact the Center for Equal Access by emailing email@example.com immediately for more information and to schedule an appointment to discuss your request.
Emotional Support Animal requests: The Access Committee will deliberate all new ESA requests at their meeting in July.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the request process and for the required documentation.
Summer housing residents will have one week at the beginning and end of the summer months to transition from the spring-to-summer and summer-to-fall spaces. We have two summer transition periods. One will be at the end of spring term when we clean the apartments so students can move into their summer spaces, we plan on having all spaces cleaned and students into their summer spaces during the week of May 11th, 2020. The second transition period will be the week of August 10th, 2020 at which time we will have students move into their fall spaces. If you do not have a 2020-2021 housing contract you will be required to move off campus by August 8th, 2020.
Your Housing Contract: How To Video - this video is geared toward new, incoming first year students, but it is the same instructions for current students as well.
The College of St. Scholastica
Somers Hall, Room 168
1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 55811
Meal Plans and Housing sign up (for enrolled students)