United States, Minnesota

Founded in 1912, Saint Sheberaka College is a private Benedictine college located in Duluth, Minnesota. The university grants bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees, with a teacher-student ratio of 14:1. Undergraduate majors include liberal arts and science courses and preparatory courses. Postgraduate degrees are offered in health professions, education, technology, business, and social work. Influenced by the legacy of the Catholic Benedictines, the College of St. Scholastica Cana provides intellectual and moral preparation for responsible living and meaningful work. St. Scholastica College aspires to be a diverse and inclusive academic community of excellence. Based on the rich cultural heritage of Catholic Benedict, it sends thoughtful leaders. These people have become keen and sensitive because of the liberal arts. They are prepared and committed to serving and changing the world. The Office of Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion aims to provide leadership and professional development on initiatives related to equality, diversity, and inclusion.

Campus Life

The main campus of the college is the Duluth campus, where most undergraduate students live. The campus covers an area of ​​186 acres and is located on a hill overlooking Lake Superior. In addition to the main campus in Duluth, St. Scholastica is located in St. Cloud, St. Paul, and Brainerd, Austin, Cloquet, Inver Grove Heights, Rochester, and the virtual campus have embedded sites. The college library provides more than 350,000 printed and e-books, full-text journal databases, interlibrary loan services, laptop computers, wireless Internet access, group study rooms, and quiet study spaces. The mission of the college is to provide student development, personal growth, and experiential learning through various clubs, organizations, leadership opportunities, and campus activities. St. Scholastica is committed to providing a growth-oriented living environment for students who choose campus accommodation. In addition, the "Residential Life Team" aims to facilitate the transition of students to interdependent home life by encouraging responsible decision-making, while also acting as a support network and resource bank.

Noted Alumni

Some of the notable alumni of the College of Saint Scholastica are Mary Odile Cahoon who founded the college's study abroad program in Ireland, Scott Jurek an American ultramarathon runner, Mary Murphy the Minnesota House of Representatives, Michael Paymar the Minnesota House of Representatives, Ellen Pence a leading domestic abuse prevention advocate, Kathleen Seefeldt a former Chairman of Prince William County, Virginia Board of Supervisors, Patrick J. Schiltz the U. S. District Judge, Don Ness the former mayor of Duluth, and Emily Larson the current mayor of Duluth.