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St. Catharine College

Saint Catharine College (St. Catharine College) is a small Roman Catholic liberal arts college located near Springfield, Kentucky, United States. Originally a women's academy and junior college, the college became coeducational in 1951. The college, accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, has a current enrollment of around 950 students. Around 340 students live on campus.

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Location

Address
2735 Bardstown Rd
City
Saint Catharine
State
KY
Zip/Post Code
40061-9435

Contact Information

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Fax
Website
Financial Aid Website

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
751
Total Graduate enrollment
19
In State Tuition Fees
16950
Out State Tuition Fees
16950
Male Female Ratio
40:60
Acceptance Rate
45%
Student Faculty Ratio
12:01

Additional Information

College Type
Private
Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic Church
Campus Housing
Yes
Mission Statement
NULL
Mascot
Patriots
Colors
Purple Gold
Conference
Mid-South

College History

History

St. Catharine Junior College, now St. Catharine College, was founded and continues to be sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace. Mother Mary Louis Logsdon, O.P. was the college's first president, serving from 1931 to 1941. Former Kentucky Governor Martha Layne Collins, the first woman to serve as the Chief Executive of Kentucky, was the college's eighth president

College Specialty

Specialty

St. Catharine College is an independent Catholic college that provides quality undergraduate education and offers degrees in a variety of academic areas and professional programs. Consistent with the Dominican tradition upon which it was founded, St. Catharine College fosters education grounded in the liberal arts values and is committed to the free pursuit of truth. The College embraces Christian principles while respecting individuals of all religious traditions. St. Catharine College encourages students to pursue lifelong learning and to develop a sense of responsibility for themselves, their community, and a just society. Re-affirmed 2006

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