Saint Norbert College - Bachelor's Degree
St. Norbert College was founded by a Dutch immigrant Norbertine priest in the year 1898. At the time, its purpose was to train young men for priesthood. It was not until the year 1952 that the institution started admitting its first batch of female students.
Today, St. Norbert College remains among the nation's top Catholic liberal arts colleges 59 baccalaureate majors and minors, and 3 master's degree programs in over 40 academic divisions. St Norbert College's Wisconsin campus sits on a riverside land that is home to over 2,000 students representing 28 states and 17 countries across the world. 82% of students live in the university's 15 on-campus residence halls for freshmen and upperclassmen alike. Experiencing the full potentials of a college experience is made possible for St. Norbert College students with over 70 clubs and organizations to help you find other students who share your same intrests, as well as top-notch on- and off-campus facilities to meet your athletic, fitness, and recreational needs.
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 79
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
- Minimum ACT 21