Overview

Our College for Adults offers over 20 flexible certificate, associate, and bachelor’s programs with a focus on career advancement. Class schedules are designed with you, the ever-busy adult learner in mind. Enrollment is open to people of all genders. Start in September, February, or June — and finish your associate or bachelor’s degree in as few as 24 months.

Adult learner student profile
  • 894 students enrolled in nontraditional programs
  • 33% of total undergraduate enrollment
Areas of study offered
  • Associate: Radiography, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Physical Therapist Assistant

    Bachelor’s: Accounting, Business Administration, Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood-Montessori, English, Healthcare Management, Marketing, Nursing: R.N. to Baccalaureate (for registered nurses), Nursing-BSN (to become a registered nurse), Public Health, Psychology, Radiation Therapy, Social Work

    Certificates: Community Health Worker Certificate (Public Health), Healthcare Sales Certificate

Program type
  • There are a few select completely online programs, but most are hybrid format that blend online coursework along with in person on campus meetings.
Program schedule
  • Many evening/weekend/online courses have a blended (hybrid) delivery, combining classroom, online and off-campus activities.
  • Semesters:
    Fall (Sept. – Dec.)
    Spring (Feb. – May)
    Summer (June – Aug.)
Credit transfer
  • Minimum GPA of 2.0 or 2.5 GPA or higher (depending on the program)
Application deadlines
  • To allow enough time to process your application, we recommend that you submit all application materials at least four weeks prior to the start of the semester.
Costs
  • Application fee: None
  • Cost per credit: $445 (bachelor's), $460 (RN to BSN), $712 (associate)
Scholarships
  • St. Kate’s Complete ($2,100), Phi Theta Kappa PTK ($1,800), Duplicate/Triplicate ($1,200), Alumnae Referral ($300/$600), corporate partnership (10% tuition reduction)  
Contact information

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