St. Scholastica's Meaningful Work Award

Providing a 10% tuition discount for employees of participating partners

St. Scholastica is dedicated to providing our students with the intellectual and moral preparation for responsible living and meaningful work. Many organizations and businesses provide opportunities for such work and are tightly aligned with our own mission. In an effort to support both the organization and its employees, we’ve developed the Meaningful Work Award.

Program details

The Meaningful Work Award is available to any employee of an organization partnered with St. Scholastica and covers undergraduate and graduate programs at the College's extended campus locations and through its online campus.

Programs that generally do not qualify include: Undergraduate and graduate day programs offered at the College's Duluth campus, the online Post-Master's DNP, BS to DNP, and the Post-Baccalaureate Nursing program.

The award will remain in effect as long as you are employed by a partner organization. All recipients of this award must be new students who meet admissions requirements for acceptance into a qualifying program.

Participating Partners

  • Indiana University Health
  • United Healthcare
  • Park Nicollet
  • Health Partners
  • Fairview
  • Mayo
  • Central Lakes College
  • Resource Training Solutions
  • St. Cloud VA
  • CentraCare
  • Rice Memorial Hospital and Care Center
  • Douglas County Hospital
  • Albany Area Hospital
  • Glacial Ridge Health System
  • ELEAH Medical Center/Prairie Ridge
  • Sanford Hospital
  • Stevens County Medical Center
  • Tri-County Hospital
  • Wolters Kluwer
  • ColdSpring Granite
  • Brenny Transportation
  • Preferred Credit
  • Stearns County
  • Coborns
  • Tastefully Simple
  • Knute Nelson
  • Buffalo Hospital
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To receive the Meaningful Work Award tuition discount, please indicate the name of your employer or organization on your application.

Contact us

Admissions

(866) 478-9277

Email

accelerated@css.edu for graduate and undergraduate programs