St. Catherine University Signs Partnership Agreements With Two Community Colleges

St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota, includes a women’s residential college and a coeducational College for Adults and coeducational graduate programs. The university enrolls more than 3,000 women in undergraduate programs and about 1,600 students in graduate programs.

The university has announced new partnership agreements with Minneapolis Community & Technical College and St. Paul College. The agreement will allow men and women at these two-year educational institutions to complete bachelor’s degrees at St. Catherine University. Students at the two-year colleges who complete associate’s degrees in nursing, business, social work, and public health will be able to transfer to bachelor’s degree programs in either the College for Women or the College for Adults at St. Catherine University.

Becky Roloff, president of St. Catherine University, stated that “St. Kate’s has always had a mission to educate women to lead and influence. St. Kate’s Complete is an extension of our mission. The University has always valued making a college education a reality for the widest population possible. We empower our students with skills and knowledge to leave campus prepared to improve their own lives and make a difference in the communities where they live and work.”

Women make up 57 percent of the students at Minneapolis Community & Technical College and 54 percent of the students at St. Paul College.

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