All students are encouraged to seek scholarships and/or graduate fellowships to help pay for their college education. Unlike loans, these types of aid do not have to be repaid — a major advantage during college and for years to come.
Pay close attention to the requirements and deadlines associated with any given scholarship or fellowship you are considering. Deadlines vary greatly among offerings.
Types of Scholarships
- Awarded by St. Catherine University: St. Kate's merit scholarships are awarded at the time of admission and need-based scholarships are awarded as part of the regular financial aid application process.
- Awarded by organizations outside of St. Kate's: There are thousands of these types of scholarships, and you need to be proactive in searching them out. Visit our scholarship search page »
Scholarships for Prospective Students
Day Student »
Women who would like to attend St. Kate's for the traditional four-year baccalaureate degree are considered Day students. They include:
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 scholarships »
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 scholarships for Associate 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 scholarships »
If you have any questions, contact your admission counselor.