Congratulations on your acceptance to the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University. Please review the information enclosed in your enrollment packet for timelines, contacts, and important steps ahead. Please contact the Admission Office if you have any questions.
Students who intend to enroll must send the $500 enrollment deposit by this date. Admitted students have a place reserved in our incoming class until this date. We are unable to guarantee enrollment to students who deposit after May 1. Contact the International Admission Office after this date for availability. Pay online.
Class registration and housing assignments sent to students.
Arrival information must be completed through the Forms Portal. Learn more about arranging your campus arrival here.
New International students arrive on campus. Please arrive between 10 am and 7 pm.
New International and Exchange Student Orientation
New Student Orientation (all new international, exchange and U.S. students)
Fall classes begin
Students who intend to enroll for the Spring semester must send the $500 enrollment deposit by this date. Pay online.
First tuition payment of $2,500 due. Pay online.
International students arrive on campus. Please arrive between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
New International Student Orientation
Spring classes begin
We welcome your calls and questions. Please contact us if we can be of assistance in any way.
Contact the Academic Advising Office if you have questions about your class schedule, the transfer of college credits or academic requirements.
Intercultural and International Student Services
Contact Intercultural and International Student Services if you have questions about orientation or services and programs available to international students.
Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions about your financial aid, scholarships and student employment.
or email [email protected]
Contact the Student Accounts Office if you have questions about our billing process or about payment options available for your family.
Contact the Residential Life Office regarding roommate and residence assignments, or other questions about residential halls. Room assignments made in July.
Contact the following offices if you have questions about the required physical exam or other health requirements.
The Disability Services Office is responsible for developing appropriate accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities. Academic accommodations are made on an individualized and flexible basis.
Please read through our Pre-Arrival Information for important information on SEVIS and Visa paperwork, arrival and transportation to campus, student employment, and much more!