Overview

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.

Adult student profile

635 students enrolled in nontraditional programs

28% of total undergraduate enrollment

Areas of study offered

Accounting, Management, Organizational Behavior (online), Social Work, RN to BS Online Track program, Health Information Management (online), Computer Information Science (online), Elementary Education, and Post-Baccalaureate Nursing

Program type

Undergraduate accelerated, hybrid (online and face to face), evening and fully online options at eight campus locations: Central Lakes College, Duluth, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, Itasca Community College, St. Cloud, St. Paul, Inver Hills Community College and Riverland Community College.

Programs schedule

 

Scholastica offers students with previous college credit a flexible an affordable path to finishing their college degree. For many students, it's possible to design a very low-cost baccalaureate degree. 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
  • Courses run year-round
Credit transfer

At CSS the ways to transfer in credits are as limitless as the amount of credits you can transfer in. We provide students with the most value for their credits earned. St. Scholastica accepts the Associate of Arts (AA) and/or the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MNTC) for lower-division general education requirements. Learn more at css.edu/transfercredits.

Specific requirements/acceptance 
A.A. accepted
Minnesota Transfer curriculum accepted
Minimum GPA: 2.0 or higher

Application deadlines

Varies by program

Costs

Application fee: No application fee for all programs except Post Baccalaureate Nursing

Cost per credit: Varies by program

Scholarships

Program-specific offers available.

Contact information

Other Student paths

Traditional undergraduate

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Transfer

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Graduate

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