Step No. 1

Activate your St. Olaf username and email


Make your second enrollment deposit of $300 to fully secure your place in the Class of 2020. Access your account using your Common Application email address and password (not your Destination 2020 page).

Online Placement Process June 1–August 1

Chemistry, Chinese, Computer Science, French, German, Japanese,  Mathematics & Statisitcs, and Spanish offer online placement processes. The earlier you complete the placement processes this summer, the better.  New students are required to take all placement processes that are applicable to courses you have taken in high school.

If you will be out of contact during the summer email Cheryl LaCroix by June 15.

Complete the following required online forms:

High School Credits Applied to College

The link above details St. Olaf’s pre-college transfer credit policy, including Advance Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Post-Secondary Education Option (PSEO), and College in the Schools (CIS).

If you completed college course(s) while in high school and wish to have the credits evaluated for potential St. Olaf credit, you must have an official transcript sent directly from the college or university that offered the course (not your high school) to St. Olaf College Office of Admissions.

Reporting AP/IB Scores

If you have taken AP or IB exams and DID NOT designate St. Olaf to receive your scores, please submit your original score report by:

  • Scanning original score report and email document to Nanette Schroeder or
  • Fax original score report to 507-786-3758, Attn: Nanette Schroeder

Note: If you have designated St. Olaf to receive your Ap or IB scores, we already have them.

Pre-St. Olaf credits (AP/IB/PSEO/CIS) will be entered on your St. Olaf degree audit by early August. Read more information on pre-St. Olaf credits here.

Review your degree audit on our Student Information System

  • Login with St. Olaf username and password
  • Click on Courses and Grades in left-hand column
  • Using right-hand pull down menu, select degree audit and click green GO button.

Complete Think About It Training

  • Think About It is a comprehensive online training program that prepares students to confront and prevent serious campus problems such as substance and sexual abuse. You may only access the program through the email you will receive from Dean of Students Rosalyn Eaton-Neeb on July 28. You must have completed the Think About It training in order be able to register for your Fall 2016 courses. Because it takes about two-and-a-half hours (though you don’t have to do it all at once), you are encouraged to complete it by August 15, but no later than August 28, so it is done well before registration time.

If you have accepted a student employment award in your financial aid package, bring your required acceptable forms of identification for I-9 Verification Form on September 3.