2001-2003 Academic Catalog
2003-2005 Academic Catalog
About the College
The College of St. Catherine (CSC) was founded in 1905 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet as a Catholic, liberal arts college for women. The College's St. Paul campus offers undergraduate programs for women. The Minneapolis campus offers associate-degree and certificate programs in healthcare and human services. Both campuses offer graduate degree programs for women and men. As the largest Catholic women's college in the country, St. Catherine's provides something very special. That something is a spiritual and ethical grounding, which prepares our students for lives and leadership roles that make a positive impact on the people and communities they serve.
St. Catherine's has committed itself to respect for people, dignity of work and strength of community. Guided by these values, the campus community fosters learning through caring relationships and interdisciplinary collaboration; provides educational access to all students including those with low incomes, disabilities or academic weaknesses; appreciates the centrality of the liberal arts; celebrates and reflects the diversity of our society; and advances the traditional Catholic commitment to social justice.
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