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What type of student are you?

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New Student

Welcome to Saint Paul College! We are so happy that you are here.

  1. Apply to Saint Paul College:You can do that here.
  2. Receive Reading, English, and Math Placements: We may be able to waive the placement test and provide the necessary placements from the list below. If these apply to you, please fill out the Assessment Waiver form.
    • ACT/SAT/MCA scores within the last 5 years
    • AP classes in which the college-level assessment was passed with a 3 or higher
    • IB classes in which the college-level assessment was passed with a 4 or higher
    • Obtain unofficial transcript(s) College in The School classes
    • High School transcripts with a GPA of 2.8 or higher within the last 10 years

    * If you do not have any or all of these placements, please email admissions@saintpaul.edu to get set up or learn about the required assessment(s).

  3. Declare your major: You may email registration@saintpaul.edu to do this.
  4. Register for classes: You can find detailed instructions for how to register for classes here. You can find more information on what classes to register for by reviewing your program guide.
  5. Set up Tuition Payment:Pay out of pocket or complete your FAFSA by December 16th.
returning student
Returning Student

We are so pleased to have you back! Here are some steps that you will need to take before registering.

  1. Re-Apply to Saint Paul College: Update your contact information, major, and semester you are returning for by applying to the school again. You can do that here.
  2. Receive Reading, English, and Math Placements: Your previous placements may have expired. Please contact the One Stop to see if this applies to you: registration@saintpaul.edu
  3. Declare your major: You may email registration@saintpaul.edu to do this.
  4. Register for classes: Connect with your Pathway Advisor to find the right classes to register for next. You can set up an appointment with them by phone 651.846.1739 or email advising@saintpaul.edu.
  5. Set up Tuition Payment:Pay out of pocket or complete your FAFSA by December 16th.
transfer student
Transfer Student

Welcome to Saint Paul College. We are glad that you are here!

  1. Apply to Saint Paul College:You can do that here.
  2. Receive Reading, English, and Math Placements: We may be able to waive the placement test and provide the necessary placements from the list below. If these apply to you, please fill out the Assessment Waiver form.
    • Unofficial transcripts from a college or university with a grade of C or higher
    • ACT/SAT/MCA scores within the last 5 years
    • ACCUPLACER scores (Math within the last 2 years and Reading/Writing within the last 5 years)
    • AP classes in which the college-level assessment was passed with a 3 or higher
    • IB classes in which the college-level assessment was passed with a 4 or higher
    • Obtain unofficial transcript(s) College in The School classes
    • High School transcripts with a GPA of 2.8 or higher within the last 10 years

    * If you do not have any or all of these placements, please email admissions@saintpaul.edu to get set up or learn about the required assessment(s).

  3. Declare your major: You may email registration@saintpaul.edu to do this.
  4. Register for classes: You will want to connect with your One Stop Advisor to find the right classes to register for next. They can be reached at registration@saintpaul.edu.
  5. Set up Tuition Payment:Pay out of pocket or complete your FAFSA by December 16th.
pseo student
Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO)

PSEO enables eligible Minnesota high school Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors to take college classes for high school and/or college credit.

The purpose of the Saint Paul College PSEO program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and provide a wider variety of options than what may be available in the high school setting

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power of you student
Power of YOU Student

The Power of YOU program makes the first two years at Saint Paul College tuition-free for eligible 2020 high school graduates. It covers the cost of tuition and fees for two years at Saint Paul College through state and federal grants and private scholarships.

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International Student
International Student

The international student application process is for those students who will be applying for, or already have, an F-1 visa to attend Saint Paul College.

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Visiting Student
Visiting Student

We are happy that we can support your educational goals.

  1. Apply to school:You can do that here.
  2. Receive Reading, English, and Math Placements or meet Course Prerequisites:

    Look at the Couse Schedule to determine course prerequisites (classes or placements).

    If the class requires placements, we may be able to waive the placement test off of the list below. If these apply to you, please fill out the Assessment Waiver form.

    • Unofficial Transcripts from a college or university
    • ACT scores within the last 5 years
    • SAT scores within the last 5 years
    • AP classes in which the college-level assessment was passed with a 3 or higher
    • IB classes in which the college-level assessment was passed with a 4 or higher
    • College in The School classes
    • High School transcripts within the last 10 years

    * If you do not have any or all of these placements, please email admissions@saintpaul.edu to get set up or learn about the required assessment(s).

    If the class requires a prerequisite class that you may have taken at a different school to register, you will want to fill out a Course Permission Request form.

  3. Declare “Undeclared” as your major by emailing registration@saintpaul.edu.
  4. Register for classes:You can find detailed instructions for how to register for classes here.
  5. Set up Tuition Payment:Click here for more information on payment options.
Visiting Student
Senior Citizen Rate Student

Minnesota residents, age 62 or older, may register and be eligible to attend Saint Paul College at a reduced fee. Registration for this reduced senior rate must take place after the first class has taken place, and is provided on a space-available basis.

  1. Apply to Saint Paul College:You can do that here.
  2. Receive Reading, English, and Math Placements or meet Course Prerequisites:

    Look at the Couse Schedule to determine course prerequisites (classes or placements).

    If the class requires placements, we may be able to waive the placement test off of the list below. If these apply to you, please fill out the Assessment Waiver form.

    • Unofficial transcripts from a college or university with a grade of C or higher
    • ACT/SAT scores within the last 5 years
    • ACCUPLACER scores (Math within the last 2 years and Reading/Writing within the last 5 years)

    *If you do not have any or all of these placements, please email admissions@saintpaul.edu to get set up or learn about the required assessment(s).

    If the class requires a prerequisite class that you may have taken at a different school to register, you will want to fill out a Course Permission Request form.

  3. Declare “Undeclared” as your major by emailing registration@saintpaul.edu.
  4. Register for classes:You can find detailed instructions for how to register for classes here.
  5. NEED CLASS GUARANTEE?

    Senior citizens wishing to guarantee their enrollment in a course may register earlier, but would be required to pay full tuition and fees

  6. Set up Tuition Payment:Click here for more information on payment options.

    Minnesota resident senior citizens are not charged tuition when auditing a credit course or taking a noncredit course. The request to audit a course must be made at the time of course registration. Complete the Request for Audit Status Form and turn it in to the One Stop or email it to registration@saintpaul.edu.

    Regular and special fees, books and materials are the responsibility of the student.

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