Apply to the College
Thank you for your interest in Saint Paul College. Below is important information about the application process.
Please note it may take up to 72 hours for your application to be processed.
Attention Applicants: Are you planning on taking online courses? Please note that when selecting your “Major-Academic Program of Interest” select “On Campus” delivery method to see all of Saint Paul College’s majors. You can then view and select online course options when registering for specific courses.
Application Fee Waived
The application fee of $20.00 is waived until further notice.
The e-mail address is required on your application. To be sure we can best serve you and provide you with the most up-to-date College information in the most expeditious manner we require that you provide us with your e-mail address.
Social Security Number (SSN) and Date of Birth
Saint Paul College requests your Social Security Number (SSN) and date of birth to help identify your record within the system and ensure that all of your data is matched together, including financial aid application information, if applicable. If you provide your SSN and Date of Birth, it will be used by school officials for positive identification, institutional research, and required state and federal reporting. It may also be used within the system for purposes such as system consumer and alumni relations and to create summary data about system programs through data matches with other state agencies.
Program Start Dates
Make sure the program you are selecting starts on the semester for which you are applying. DO NOT APPLY FOR MORE THAN ONE PROGRAM. Follow the link below to view the Program Start Date on the Program Requirement Guide for your particular program of interest:
Program Start Dates / Program Requirement Guides
The College is asking you to provide information that includes private information under state and federal law. You are not legally required to provide the information the College is requesting, however, the College may not be able to effectively process your application if you do not provide sufficient information. With some exceptions, unless you consent to further release of private information, access to this information will be limited to school officials, including faculty who have legitimate educational interests in the information. Under certain circumstances, federal and state laws authorize release of private information without your consent
- To other schools in which you seek or intend to enroll, or are enrolled, if you are first notified of the release
- To federal, state, or local officials for purposes of program compliance, audit, or evaluation
- As appropriate in connection with your application for, or receipt of, financial aid
- To your parents, if your parents claim you as a dependent student for tax purposes
- If the information is sought with a subpoena, court order, or otherwise permitted by other state of federal law, and
- To an organization in educational research or accrediting agency
Federal and State legislation requires that the contents of student files be open to review by the student. Application forms, high school transcripts, test dates, letters, and recommendations that are sent as part of any application for admission will be open to the student's review upon request.
Minnesota State Law (M.S. 135 A.14) requires that all students born after 1956 who are enrolled in a public or private post-secondary school in Minnesota be immunized against measles, mumps, and rubella. There are certain specific exemptions to this law as noted on the Immunization Form provided as part of the application for admission. All others must complete the attached Immunization Form. The information provided on the Immunization form will, by law, will be made available for review by the Minnesota Department of Health and the local community health board.
Notification of Admission
You will receive notification via email that you’ve been admitted to Saint Paul College, and you will also receive information about attending a New Student Orientation, Advising & Registration session. At Orientation, you’ll have an opportunity to register earlier with the assistance of an advisor.
For more information contact the One Stop at 651.846.1555.