Overview

St. Catherine University has the largest baccalaureate college for women in the nation, a comprehensive lineup of health care programs and an array of nationally and regionally known graduate and associate programs for women and men. St. Kate’s welcomes transfer students into the College for Women (bachelor’s degrees) and the College for Adult (associate and bachelor’s degrees for women and men). Students can choose from more than 100 fields of study and nearly 60 majors, plus 37 more through partnerships with other Twin Cities private colleges — as well as dozens of minors and nine pre-professional programs. The Wildcats compete in NCAA Division III athletics.

Transfer student profile

402 Transfer students in 2019

Transfer student race/ethnicity (excludes international)
12% African-American
<1% American Indian/Alaskan Native
8% Asian
10% Latinx
1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander
63% White
5% Multiracial
<1% Race/ethnicity unknown

Credit transfer

Accredited institution, 100 or 1000 level or higher, grades of C- or better; St. Kate’s also accepts both the Associate of Arts (A.A.) and MNTC degrees. Visit stkate.edu/admission-and-aid/transfer/transferring-credit for details.

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

Application deadlines

Fall: rolling
Spring: rolling

Scholarships

Academic Achievement Scholarship for Transfer Students ($10,000 - $26,000)
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship ($2,500)
Duplikate ($2,000)
Triplikate ($3,000)
St. Kate’s Complete Scholarship ($3,000)

Contact information

Other Student paths

Traditional undergraduate

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Adult learners

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Graduate

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