What are the meal plan options?
Click here to view the meal plan information.
When are the buildings open?
Every year, the buildings open the Saturday before Labor Day. They remain open until Semester Break, when they close and lock at 5:00 p.m. on the last day of finals. Students wishing to stay on campus during semester break must have a home address at least 50 miles from campus. Students with a home address under 50 miles from St. Scholastica may fill out a waiver requesting to stay on campus for school or work-related purposes over break. Buildings reopen at 10:00 a.m. the day before classes resume. At the end of Spring Semester, you are required to have moved out of your housing by 24 hours after your last final.
What computer labs are available for resident use?
Click here for locations and hours of all other Tower Hall and Science Center computer labs.
What do I need to connect my personal computer to the campus network and the internet?
Each resident is provided his or her own connection line. CSS offers Resident Hall Networking (ResNet). Click here to learn about the ResNet connection and requirements.
How can I get computer assistance?
The computer help desk can be reached at extension 5911. Click here for help desk hours and information.
What are the room dimensions?
Click here to access room dimensions by building.
Are extra long beds available? How do I order one?
A limited number of extra long beds are available on a first-come first-serve basis for taller residents. Email Residential Life to order an extra long bed.
How much is laundry and where are facilities located?
There is no charge for the use of the laundry facilities at The College of St. Scholastica. Locations of laundry facilities for each building can be found on their respective web pages:
Somers Hall, Somers Suites, Pine/Maple/Willow/Birch, Groves, Cedar, Scanlon and Kerst.
What items should I bring to campus?
Click here to view a list of suggested items for the Apartments.
Click here to view a list of suggested items for the Dorms & Suites.
What kitchen appliances are provided? What kitchen appliances are prohibited in the residence hall?
Each floor of the residence hall and suites has a kitchenette equipped with an oven, sink, microwave, toaster, and freezer. All open filament or open coil appliances are prohibited. (This does not include closed coil appliances such as "Hot Pots" or "George Foreman" grills.)
How does the phone system work?
Each room or apartment on campus is equipped with a phone and line which operates independently from the internet lines in the room. On campus calls can be made by simply dialing the last four digits of an extension number. Phones ring in a single tone if an incoming call is from on campus, and ring in a double tone if an incoming call is from off campus. All lines have call waiting. A single beep indicates an incoming on campus call, and a double beep indicates an incoming off campus call. To use call waiting, hang up or press flash, then dial *61 to be transferred to the incoming call. To be transferred back to the original call, repeat the process.
How do I receive mail?
Each student is issued a mailbox in the mailroom, which is located in the Student Union of Tower Hall. Students will receive their mailbox numbers and combinations upon arrival on campus, and retain the same mailbox throughout their years at St. Scholastica. Mailboxes can be accessed 24 hours a day, and the mailroom window is open M-F 8:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Students can pick up their mail and packages, buy stamps, mail letters/packages, and send certified, insured, express, and priority mail.
Is basic cable television provided in every residence?
Yes. Charter Communications provides cable access in each room. For assistance or for ordering additional channels, they can be reached at 1-800-581-0081, or http://www.charter.com. Andy, our local contact, can be reached at (218) 529-8026 for additional assistance.
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The College of St. Scholastica
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Duluth, MN 55811