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THE AUGGIE PLAN

Guaranteed admission to Augsburg College at an affordable price.

Following a defined pathway, you can earn your two-year associate’s degree from Saint Paul College then seamlessly transfer to Augsburg College to finish your bachelor’s degree. Through the Auggie Plan, if you complete 60 credits at Saint Paul College with a 2.75 GPA* or bett​er, you are guaranteed admission to Augsburg College. You may also be eligible for merit scholarships based on your previous college coursework.

*2.5-2.75 GPA still considered for admission, but not guaranteed

​Why should I consider the Auggie Plan?

The plan allows Saint Paul College students to finish a bachelor’s degree efficiently and affordably. It maps out all the coursework you need at both institutions to make sure all your courses transfer. If the plan is followed, it guarantees that your 60 credits from Saint Paul College will satisfy all first- and second-year general education requirements at Augsburg College. The Auggie plan grants you access to both Saint Paul College and Augsburg advisors during all four years for extra support and guidance.

Is this affordable?

Because students on the Auggie Plan enter Augsburg at the junior level, many will qualify for scholarships—making it possible to earn a four-year private college degree with needs-based grants, and manageable student loans for many.

Who should look into the Auggie Plan?

The Auggie Plan is designed for Minnesota residents who want to begin their college experience at Saint Paul College but are seeking a clear, attainable path to a bachelor’s degree. If you like to learn with people of diverse backgrounds, are excited by life in the city, and motivated by hands-on learning, you’re a good fit for the Auggie Plan.

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advising@saintpaul.edu

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Your path on the Auggie Plan

Saint Paul College’s four-semester plan detailed below satisfies Augsburg’s general education requirements including fine arts, health and physical education, humanities, lab science, modern language, social and behavioral sciences, and writing. Completing this plan at Saint Paul College before transferring will allow you to focus on your major coursework while at Augsburg. Any deviation from this course sequence will need approval from both your Saint Paul College and Augsburg advisors.

FIRST SEMESTER

Saint Paul College Courses

Credits

ENGL 1711 Composition I

4

SPCH 1720 Interpersonal Communication

3

CSCR 1406 Study Skills & College Success Strategies

2

PSYC 1710 General Psychology

4

BIOL 1730 Human Body Systems with lab

3

Total Credits:

16

SECOND SEMESTER

Saint Paul College Courses

Credits

ENGL 1712 Composition II

2

SPAN 1710 Beginning Spanish I

5

ARTS 1720 Art Appreciation

3

HIST 1760 History of World Civilizations to 1500 OR
HIST 1761 History of World Civilizations since 1500

3

 HLTH 1600 Foundations of Fitness

2

Total Credits:

15

THIRD SEMESTER

Saint Paul College Courses

Credits

NSCI 1710 Earth Science with Lab

4

SPAN 1720 Beginning Spanish II

5

PHIL 1720 Ethics OR PHIL 1722 Healthcare Ethics

3

POLS 1720 Introduction to American Government

3

Total Credits:

15

FOURTH SEMESTER

Saint Paul College Courses

Credits

MATH 1730 College Algebra

3

MUSC 1750 Jazz History

3

MnTC Elective

4

MnTC Elective

4

Total Credits:

14

Choose your future!

Augsburg majors eligible for the Saint Paul College Auggie Plan

  • American Indian Studies
  • Art
  • Studio Art
  • Art History
  • Graphic Design (certificate)
  • Business Administration
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Music Business Specialization
  • Business Administration
  • Communications Studies
  • Economics
  • Applied Economics
  • Business Administration and Economics
  • Computational Economics
  • English
  • English Literature, Language and Theory
  • Creative Writing
  • Environmental Studies
  • Film
  • Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies
  • Global Women's and Gender Studies
  • Sexual Studies
  • Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
  • Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science
  • Exercise Science – Bachelor of Arts degree Health Education
  • Physical Education
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Languages and Cross-Cultural Studies
  • Cross-Cultural Studies
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Medieval Studies
  • Music
  • Music Business
  • Music Education
  • Music Performance
  • Music Therapy
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Political Science and Economics
  • Public Policy and Political Change
  • Pre-Professional Programs
  • Pre-Seminary
  • Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Psychology and Law
  • Social Psychology
  • Religion
  • Youth and Family Ministry
  • Social Work
  • Sociology
  • Student-Designed Major
  • Theater Arts
  • Directing/Dramaturgy/Playwriting
  • Performance
  • Design/Technical
  • Urban Studies
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