The College of St. Scholastica is the perfect place to continue your education and earn your four-year degree. We provide transfer students with the most value for their credits earned and the flexibility to take courses face-to-face or online. St. Scholastica students complete many experiential learning opportunities including field experiences, clinicals, research and internships.
Undergraduate student profile
2,144 Total undergraduate students
15% Domestic students of color or Native American students
69% Students who are female
14% Students who are transfers (main campus traditional transfers)
73% Students who are under 25
24% Enrolled students who are non-traditional
There's no limit to the number of credits you can transfer. Before you even enroll, our transfer admissions counselors can review your unofficial transcript, pull as many credits from it as possible and create an individualized transfer plan that is unique to you. Learn more about transferring credit to St. Scholastica.
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Block transfer acceptance for two-year college students
► Accepts Associate of Arts degree*
► Accepts Minnesota Transfer Curriculum*
* St. Scholastica accepts the MnTC as satisfying general education requirements with the exception of Religious Studies (may be transferred in) and an Integrations-level general education course which must be completed at the College.
Minimum required GPA for block transfer
Rolling for both fall and spring terms
Where electronic transcripts must be sent
Financial aid & cost
St. Scholastica offers several transfer scholarships, making a CSS education more affordable than you may realize. In fact, 100 percent of transfer students receive financial aid including our Transfer Benedictine Merit Scholarship up to $28,000 per year. Learn more about transfer scholarships.
Learn more about financial aid at St. Scholastica.
The College of St. Scholastica
Office of Admission
1200 Kenwood Avenue