College of Saint Benedict

Saint Joseph, MN
37 S. College Ave., Saint Joseph, MN 56374

The College of Saint Benedict is a private, Catholic, liberal arts college for women located in St. Joseph, Minnesota. The school was founded in 1913 by the Benedictine Sisters and is currently affiliated with the Collegeville Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research. The school enrolls about 2,000 students and offers undergraduate degrees in more than 50 majors and 10 pre-professional programs, as well as a masters degree in business administration and a doctorate in physical therapy. The College of Saint Benedict is committed to providing an education that is both rigorous and holistic, preparing women for leadership and service in a global society. The school's Benedictine heritage is reflected in its commitment to community, its respect for the dignity of all persons, and its commitment to social justice. The College of Saint Benedict is a diverse and inclusive community, and students come from all over the world to study here. The school is known for its strong academic programs, its beautiful campus, and its supportive and friendly community.

Quick Facts

Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above

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Annual Costs

Total Cost In-State On-Campus: $62,290

Total Cost Out-State On-Campus: $62,290

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The estimated cost for four years as an undergraduate at College of Saint Benedict is $222940.72. This includes the average cost of attendance for four years plus the interest on the average loan over a ten year repayment minus the average of grants and scholarships per student.

We then contrast this figure with average early-career and mid-career average incomes of graduates of four year programs at College of Saint Benedict. For graduates of College of Saint Benedict, we saw an average early-career income of $53100.00 and mid-career income of $95900.00. We then ranked the school's value based on how many years of mid-career income it takes to repay the educational costs.