The University provides comprehensive support and assistance services ranging from extensive disability resources, to academic assistance, to career development help. These services are designed to make accommodations, provide information, and offer support to students facing any issue that might hinder their ability to succeed academically.
Find support and advice, as well as the information you need to succeed at St. Kate’s.
A unique program that supports St. Catherine students raising children. The program is open to any student with a child(ren), regardless of income, age of child or degree level.
From choosing a career path to bolstering your resume to finding the perfect position, we have the experts and resources to propel you forward, no matter where you’re headed.
Our caring staff provides confidential services including short-term counseling, consultation and referral to community resources—available to all students free of charge.
If you have children, the Early Childhood Center is a fantastic resource. The center provides quality care and education for the young children of students, faculty, staff, and other community members.
St. Kate’s values diversity of all kinds, including representation of those with differing abilities. It’s our goal to remove barriers to full participation in the academic and co-curricular experience—online and on our two campuses. Learn about the services available to disabled students, from classroom and test accommodations to interpreters and more.
We offer financial education and resources to students through presentations, workshops, one-on-one counseling and courses.
At St. Kate's, we are fortunate to have a wonderfully diverse student body. Multicultural & International Programs & Services, also known as MIPS, provides robust educational and co-curricular support that helps students of all backgrounds thrive.