Program areas at CSS
Instruction: the College of St. Scholastica prepares its students for a life of purpose by emphasizing core values of the catholic benedictine tradition, including hospitality, the love of learning, respect, community and stewardship. Learning here entails a commitment to meeting rigorous academic standards, broadening the scope of one's vision and becoming accountable to both self and society. St. Scholastica offers 39 majors and 13 unique minors. The College also offers advanced degrees, certificates and licensures in 34 different areas. The main campus is in duluth, Minnesota, with additional in-state campuses in austin, brainerd, cloquet, inver grove heights, St. Cloud, and St. paul. In addition to graduate and extended sites the College offers online programs.
Auxiliary services: St. Scholastica offers its students housing, food and health services.housing consists of a residence hall and suites and seven apartment complexes with a capacity of 923 beds. Over half of the College's full-time undergraduate traditional aged students reside on campus. For, 2019-20, occupancy was 813 and 753 students for fall and spring semesters, respectively.st. Scholastica utilizes aramark campus dining to provide quality nutritious foods at multiple campus locations. Together we are committed to sustainable practices and supporting student's health and wellbeing. All students residing in the residence hall are required purchase a meal plan. Optional meal plans are available for other residential and commuter students. For 2019-20, 615 and 543 students obtained meal plans for fall and spring sememsters, respectively. The physical and emotional well-being of all students is essential for academic success. Student health services provides onsite access to medical professionals. Our professional staff offers students confidential services in treating physical and mental health concerns that commonly occur within the College population.a campus convenience store serves students, faculty, staff, alumni and members of the surrounding community with a selection of collegiate clothing, gifts and general merchandise.
Student & administrative services: the student experience is critical to the College of St. Scholastica's mission. The College provides library services, computer labs, academic and personal advisement and counseling, tutoring and graduate school preparation to enhance its educational programs. Support is offered for admissions, registration, financial aid and specialized services to enrich diversity within the College. Student activities are a way for students to connect with other students with similar views, aspirations and concerns, and then provide a framework for those students to work together for a common goal. A variety of campus organizations, clubs, and leadership opportunities provide students with many avenues for personal, vocational and social growth. The athletics department offers 22 men's and women's programs consistent with the mission statement of the College and the ncaa division iii philosophy. There were 404 unduplicated student participants in these programs. All students may participate in a wide variety of intramural activities as well as general use of the College's recreational facility, the burns commons wellness center.