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    We are committed to developing influential, ethical leaders through study, practice, and real-life experience.
    We educate women to lead and influence. We educate at all degree levels through valuing and integrating the liberal arts and professional education within the Catholic intellectual tradition, emphasizing scholarly inquiry and social justice teaching as lived by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.
    We welcome students' rich diversity, with a baccalaureate college for women at the University's heart and graduate and adult colleges for women and men. Committed to excellence and opportunity, St. Catherine University develops leaders who act with integrity.
    St. Catherine University is respected globally for educating women who transform the world.
    Whether you're a new first-year student or are transferring to St. Kate's, you'll find lively classes, an innovative learning environment, and a faculty committed to your success in The College for Women.
    The graduate programs prepare scholars who lead and influence, advocate for justice, honor global perspectives, and demonstrate expertise. Make a transition into a new career with a certificate or associate degree, or finish your bachelor's in a flexible format for busy adults.
    At every degree level, St. Kate is preparing you to lead and influence by integrating a liberal arts curriculum with professional education. Within the Catholic tradition, you will learn intellectual flexibility and practical skills and become aware of social justice issues and thorny ethical questions.
    Enter The College for Women as a freshman after high school or transfer your credits to become a Katie any time. Choose a major or two from nearly 60 fields of study, and add a minor to cover all your interests and career aspirations.
    Focus on finishing your bachelor's degree in St. Kate's College for Adults. It's flexible and convenient learning that will support and inspire you and move you along your pathway to success. Choose a certificate or associate degree to prepare you for an in-demand career. You will get the foundation you need for professional advancement and the next step on your college pathway.
    Become equipped as a thought leader in your profession and as a change agent for the world when you engage in the Graduate College's certificate, master's, or doctoral degree programs. St. Catherine University is committed to the liberal arts as the broad base of learning and the pursuit of excellence for our students. The Reflective Woman (TRW) and Global Search for Justice (GSJ) courses connect students to the mission and vision of St. Catherine, building community through active, student-centered learning and calling students to examine their education with great intention, as they begin and as it comes to a close.
    With the liberal arts integrated throughout every program, from associate to graduate level, women and men who graduate from St. Kate's are prepared for a world in which respect for diverse voices and perspectives, critical thinking, and a desire and ability to work toward social change is crucial.
    A college education is one of the most important investments you can make in your future. We are committed to helping you find ways to make education affordable for you and your family.
    Discover fun ways to enhance your academic experience, expand your leadership skills, and engage with the University and community. Meet friends who share common interests through dorm life, clubs, and organizations. You will find programs and services for every type of student at every stage of student life.
    Stay close to classes, friends, professors, study resources, social events, culture, food, and fun when you live on campus.
    St. Kate's Residence Life offers services grounded in community, convenience, and connection. Attend a musical, connect with like-minded peers, cheer for the Wildcats, and so much more! Make the most of your college experience. Whatever your religious tradition, St. Kate's invites you to engage in our faith community, which is rooted in the pursuit of social justice. Discover ways to serve and explore your spirituality.
    With two beautiful campuses in St. Paul and Minneapolis, St. Catherine University is home to nearly 5,000 students in a wide array of disciplines and degree levels. At its heart, the College for Women and its founders' legacy informs every facet of the University.
    St. Catherine University (formerly the College of St. Catherine) was founded in St. Paul in 1905 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, under the leadership of Mother Seraphine Ireland. The University is named for St. Catherine of Alexandria, the fourth-century Egyptian lay philosopher who suffered martyrdom for her faith.
    The University's site was chosen atop the city's second-highest hill, in the area now known as Highland Park. The first benefactor was Hugh Derham of Rosemount, who contributed $20,000 for the first building. Derham Hall opened in January 1905, offering classes to high school boarding students and lower-division college students.
    Throughout our history, the fundamental platform on which St. Kate's was built — our mission, heritage, and reputation for academic excellence — remains.

    St. Catherine University
    Founding year: 1905
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 4
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Becky Roloff (President)
    Number of staff: 0
    Type: Universities





    Address: St. Catherine University, 2004 Randolph Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55105, United States

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