New Student Checklist
Navigating the enrollment process and trying to remember everything can be tough. Download and print the New Student Checklist in the "links" section to make sure you get everything you need!
Your Student E-mail
"E-mail is the official means for communication at Saint Paul College. Every student must have an official SPC E-mail address. Every student is expected to check his/her e-mail on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with college communications that may be of a time sensitive matter."
-MnSCU policy 5.22 rev. 051607:
Activate you student E-mail and Portal account now—this is REQUIRED! Go to: http://www.saintpaul.edu/portal/CreateAccount.aspx
Books & Supplies
It is YOUR responsibility as a student to have all the necessary textbooks and materials for your courses before they begin. Most books are in stock two weeks before the start of each term. For more information about bookstore policies, hours, etc., go to: http://www.saintpaul.edu/services/bookstore/index.aspx
To search for your books, go to: http://www.saintpaulcollegebookstore.com
Students who drive to campus must have a Saint Paul College Parking Permit and may only park in designated Student Parking Lots. Students MAY NOT park on the street in zoned parking areas or in metered parking at any time, for any reason. Fill out a Parking Permit Request form available now at the Tuition windows on campus.
Turn in a completed form to the Tuition Office window, along with payment, for a Saint Paul College permit to display in your car. For more information about parking rates and a map of where to park, download the .pdf file of Parking Information in the "Links" section.
Taking the bus to campus? The bookstore offers semester-long "go-To College" passes through Metro Transit as well as regular bus passes at nearly 15% off retail!
On-Campus Child Care
Saint Paul College is one of the few metro Colleges that offers on-campus care for children 6 weeks of age to the first day of Kindergarten. Our child care center is available for students and staff of the College, and is operated by the highly regarded Children's Home Society & Family Services (CHSFS) www.chsfs.org.
Ages-Children 6 weeks of age to the first day of Kindergarten.
Hours-6:30am - 5:30pm. Monday through Friday, year round for students. The summer schedule may vary.
RatesFull-time, part-time and daily rates are available. The staff will work with you to explore funding options for child care.
Tours and Registration-Drop-in or call. There is a 15 minute parking area on the west side of the College for your convenience. Emergency and health forms are required prior to the child(ren)'s first day. Limited space available.
How to contact the Child Care Center-Call 651.846.1581 or drop by! More information about Children's Home Society & Family Services is available on their Web site, www.chsfs.org.
Student Health & Wellness
Saint Paul College is committed to ensuring your needs are met as a whole person; this means that in addition to academic success, the College is also concerned about your health and wellness.
You are strongly encouraged to have health insurance as you are responsible for the costs of personal healthcare, including injuries. Student health insurance can be purchased; information is available in the Enrollment Services office.
Saint Paul College does not have an on-campus Health Care Center. Notify your instructor and, if possible, the Dean of Student Services of any medical conditions or medication needs.
Saint Paul College offers free, short-term, confidential counseling to students. A personal counselor is available to assist you with personal, educational, social and developmental concerns as well as general life planning and goal-setting.
Counselor – Lisa Hanes 651.846.1383, located in room 1339 If you need to seek immediate assistance, go to http://www.saintpaul.edu/services/counseling/ for a listing of crisis assistance phone numbers.
Saint Paul College is also committed to providing equal access to educational opportunities to all students, including those with disabilities. Go to the Disability Services page in Module 2 for more information.