The College of Saint Scholastica is a Catholic, Benedictine, private college in Minnesota, US, founded in 1912.
The college is based in Duluth, Austin, St. Cloud, Brainerd, Hibbing, Rochester, Inver Grove Heights, Grand Rapids, and Cloquet, Minn., and Mesa, Phoenix and Surprise, Ariz.
Alongside a self-designed bachelor’s degree, other undergraduate courses include art, Catholic studies, communications, English, global, cultural and language studies, health humanities, history, Latin, law, music, peace and justice studies, philosophy, social studies, secondary education, Spanish, theology and religious studies; accounting, business and technology, finance, marketing, organizational behavior; education; health sciences, exercise physiology, physician assistant, social work; nursing; biochemistry, biology, dentistry, engineering, mathematics, natural sciences, pharmacy, social sciences, sociology.
You can join the baseball, basketball, cross-country, football, golf, ice hockey, nordic skiing, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, softball and volleyball teams in Division III.
In addition, you can join student clubs and organisations such as the pre-Pharmacy Club, Philosophy Club, Computer Club, History and Politics, Biochemistry Club, Accounting Club, Art Club, Anime Club, United for Africa, Amnesty International, Muslim Student Club, Club Volleyball and Club Hockey.
Some remarkable alumni are Kathleen Seefeldt, former Chairman of Prince William County, Virginia Board of Supervisors, Emily Larson, the mayor of Duluth, Patrick J. Schiltz, US District Judge, District of Minnesota, Ellen Pence, domestic abuse prevention advocate and Mary Murphy, from the Minnesota House of Representatives.