Students picnic near Mendel Hall.
St. Kate's works hard to help students find a way to make attending the University a reality.
Financial aid options such as scholarships, grants or loans are available for students in all degree programs.
Day Student »
Students who would like to attend St. Kate's for the traditional four-year baccalaureate degree — Monday through Friday during daytime hours — are considered Day students. This financial aid information for prospective Day students includes women who are first-years, transfer or international »
Weekend Student »
Women who would like to complete a baccalaureate degree on a full-time or part-time basis during weekday-evening and weekend courses are considered Weekend students. Read more about financial aid for Weekend students »
Graduate Student »
Women and men who would like to complete a master's degree in one of St. Kate's many graduate programs are considered Graduate students. Read more about financial aid options for Graduate students »
Associate Student »
Women and men who would like to complete one of St. Kate's associate or certificate programs in healthcare and human services-related fields on our Minneapolis campus are considered Associate students. Read more about financial aid options for Associate students »