St. Kate's welcomes transfer students. We have a generous transfer policy that will give you a head start toward completing your bachelor’s degree. Learn more about our academic programs, financial aid, and scholarships -- and get a free transfer evaluation.
Choose the option that is best for you.
At the heart of St. Kate’s is the College for Women. If you enroll here, you’ll be a part of a dynamic learning community on our beautiful St. Paul campus. This traditional, daytime undergraduate college offers over 60 majors and you can choose from two start times - fall or spring.
The College for Adults offers bachelor, associate, and certificate programs, both online and hybrid, designed specifically for busy adults. Enrollment is open to students of all genders. You can start in the fall, spring, or summer.
Connect with your counselor.
Our admission counselors are ready to help. They will provide an unofficial transfer evaluation, show you how your previous courses will transfer to St. Kate’s, and advise you on what you’ll need to do to complete your degree.
College for Women Transfer Counselors
Learn about transfer resources.
Find out how your courses will transfer and plan your program. Earn credit for your military experience, employer training, and organized or individualized learning with Prior Learning Assessments.
Attend a transfer information session or event.
Ready to take the next step on your pathway to college success? Join us for a virtual information session and get your questions answered about transferring into a certificate, associate or bachelor's degree program at St. Kate's.
Apply for admission.
We welcome your application. There is no fee and you can finish in as few as 10 minutes.
Students who are enrolled in one of our partner colleges are guaranteed seamless pathways into St. Catherine University bachelor degrees.
St. Kate's Complete includes not only the seamless pathway, but also exclusive access to advisors and generous scholarships to make your transfer easy.
Participating community colleges include:
- Anoka-Ramsey Community College
- Century College
- Inver Hills Community College
- Minneapolis College (MCTC)
- Normandale Community College
- North Hennepin Community College
- Saint Paul College