Your success is our purpose. There’s a reason why it’s easier to succeed at The College of St. Scholastica. We understand how a bachelor’s degree can help you reach your career goals with the flexibility of face to face or online. We rally behind your purpose like no other institution can. St. Scholastica offers students with previous college credit a flexible an affordable path to finishing their college degree.
Adult learner enrollment
557 students enrolled in nontraditional programs
27% of total undergraduate enrollment
Areas of study offered
Business Management (online or extended campus)
Computer Information Science (online)
Elementary Education (extended campus)
Health Information Management (online)
Organizational Leadership (online)
Post-baccalaureate Nursing (extended campus)
RN to BS program (online)
Social Work (online)
Undergraduate accelerated, hybrid (online and face to face), evening and fully online options at seven campus locations: Central Lakes College, Duluth, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, Itasca Community College, St. Cloud, Inver Hills Community College and Riverland Community College
You choose the pace that meets your needs and location across Minnesota: fully online courses or a hybrid model, enroll part- or full-time, offered in eight-week sessions and courses run year-round
Fall I & II
Spring I & II
Summer I & II
At CSS the ways to transfer in credits are as limitless as the number of credits you can transfer in. We provide students with the most value for their credits earned. Learn more about transferring credits.
Maximum number of credits that can transfer
Number of credits required for degree
Minimum cumulative GPA required
Minimum grade required for a course to transfer
Block transfer accepted *
Associate of Arts
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
St. Scholastica accepts the Associate of Arts (AA) and/or the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) for lower-division general education requirements.
* may have some additional unique course requirements, such as language, philosophy or religion courses. Please contact a transfer counselor at the institution to learn more.
Financial aid & cost
The College of St. Scholastica
Office of Graduate and Extended Campus Admissions
1200 Kenwood Ave