St Catherine University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
The RN-BSN program at the St. Paul campus of St. Catherine University was a wonderful program that improved upon my knowledge from the ASN program. I had one professor for the entire program who was attentive and helpful. The program allowed flexibility for those working full-time and enrolled in the program full-time. We were a hybrid class meeting on-campus once a week and completing online work inbetween. I would highly recommend this program for anyone looking to complete a RN-BSN program.
This university is well suited for any woman who cares about expanding their critical thinking abilities. Not only was I challenged to change and adapt my world view, but I was encouraged to think creatively about the world around me. I learned so much about myself and my potential as a scholar and intellectual.
Excellent educational experience. It opened my eyes to new ways of thinking, broadened my perspective with regards to multiculturalism and diversity, and challenged me to think for myself.
St Kates is a great place to get your MLIS. Wonderful teachers, interesting classes, nice campus.
St. Kate's is perfect for women!!!!! I went back to school at the age of 39 and had wanted to attend since I was a high school student. It was everything and more my friends told me about. I wish I could have gone sooner, but marriage and two kids was important to me first. The professors there are so helpful with supporting your education. They push you to work hard, always offering ways on how to improve. It is a rigorous curriculum but so worth it. The psychology department and specifically my advisor, Professor Quarfoth, really worked hard to make sure I was always on track and taking the right courses. The St. Paul campus is beautiful! Now as I am working on my Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, I fall back on the high expectations that St. Kate's had for academic success. Professors have commented on the high quality of some of my writing assignments, and when I tell them I completed my undergrad work at St. Kate's they say "of course". Lastly I love that St. Kate's has really studied how women learn. I was terrified of math and because of the patience of all my teachers made it all the way through statistics. St. Kate's is the place where you WILL learn to lead and influence.