Winter Visit Day
As the snow flies and students sled down Old Main Hill, life at St. Olaf is just as vibrant — and just as beautiful — in the winter. Join us for Winter Visit Day.
of 2016–17 first-year students received a St. Olaf scholarship or grant
is the average need-based financial aid package for 2016–17 first-year students
95% of 2016 graduates are employed, in graduate school, or engaged in full-time service work.
In keeping with that call for transparency, St. Olaf regularly tracks the “first destinations” of its graduates after they leave the Hill.
There’s nothing quite like the experience of walking across campus, but for those who can’t make the journey to Northfield, let us show you a few of the great places where St. Olaf students live and learn.
We’re looking for smart, ambitious, creative people who want to be challenged. In a campus community of 3,000 students, with the range of academic and extracurricular programs we offer, we want multifaceted people who will contribute as much to the community as they draw from it.
Oles don’t all look alike or think alike, but what they do share is an enthusiasm. An optimism. A work ethic driven by the knowledge that anything is possible, the answer to every problem is yes, that what’s broken needs fixing, what’s working
can be improved.