United States, Minnesota

St. Olaf College is located in the Northfield city of Minnesota, a private liberal arts college and was established in 1874. The college has been religiously affiliated to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States of America. The college offers various areas of study a bachelor's degree and 19 in the area of concentration. The undergraduate programs are biology, dance, education, computer science, history, mathematics, etc. Simultaneously, the concentration-based programs include statistics and data science, environmental studies, engineering, international relations and much more. The college aimed to provide education to students excel in liberal arts and remain globally committed to the Lutheran community and tradition through an ethical code of conduct.

Campus Life

The main campus, 45 minutes' drive from the twin cities, has covered approximately 300-acres of land with many amenities and services to offer students. The student's life is considered more enjoyable and vibrant as there are many organizations and student clubs that undertake the initiative to organize events related to sports, say rugby, badminton, cycling, judo and much more. Moreover, the musical program has been held in the college since 1903. The funds received by St. Olaf College have been utilized in an effective way for the library. The Hong Kierkegaard Library has an extensive collection of books and journals related to academics and career-based. The college has a separate art and dance center named Flaten Art Museum that has different senior studio's work executed at the end of the year, too professionally.

Noted Alumni

The college has an Alumni association that helps alumni of this college stay connected with other college alumni. The alumni always encourage the present students to focus on the goal and achieve targets with hard work and dedication. Some of the alumni are Civil rights activist- James Reeb, Oscar-winning screenwriter- Barry Morrow, game designer- Jonathan Tweet and many more.