|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|St Catherine University Students||13%||27%||46%||17%||5%||2%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||0%|
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100% of students
What I like about St Kate's is the small class sizes and the opportunities to connect with faculty one on one.
What I didn't like about St Kate's is the administrative decision-making process not including student input.
I like the culture of the campus, it's also very calm and not too crowded.
The parking situation.
I like St. Kate’s because of its small classroom sizes, personally invested professors, opportunities for work experience, an excellent library, beautiful and ever-changing art gallery, and diverse student body. I also really like that St. Kate’s has a Muslim chaplain!
I wouldn’t say I like that St. Kate’s has been removing class options, doesn't pay staff very well, and that they don't consistently offer ASL interpreting services.
I love St. Catherine University for its mission for women to lead and influence.
There was not a variety of food for students with different culinary tastes.
I love the learning environment and the fact that you will never just be a number in the classroom, your professors will really get to know you. This fosters a strong learning environment and genuinely makes you want to show up for class. The professors are all very well connected and will help set you up with internships, job opportunities, or leadership experiences. They are always ready and willing to help. The healthcare field at St. Kate's is also very highly regarded and respected in the field so it helps secure a job afterward. The social scene is what you make of it, be willing to go out of your comfort zone to make new friends. I was lucky to be on two sports teams which helped but I still made a ton of new friends through the classroom. Like most colleges, St. Kate's does have its downfalls. The dining hall can have ridiculously tough hours and closes early on the weekends. It's expensive and only seems to be going up in price, but there is a lot of financial aid and help. Overall, I would still go to St. Kate's in a heartbeat to do it over. I am currently in the graduate OT program and also love it. You will leave prepared and ready for the real world.
That the hours on campus can be annoying and tough to manage so check thins online. You will find friends and if you want a more social life outside of campus I promise it is there, one of the best ways to do that is to connect with people from some of the surrounding colleges. You get out of this university what you put in. Your profs will want to support you, so let them. Don't feel like you're on your own.