The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University are excited to welcome visitors to campus!
We want to assure all campus visitors that we have developed protocols to keep all our guests and staff safe following guidelines from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.
Our admission staff is committed to helping our prospective students and their families realize the tremendous quality of our academic and co-curricular programs, supportive campus environments, and return on investment. We look forward to welcoming you to our campuses!
Will I need to wear a face mask during my visit to CSB/SJU?
In accordance with the latest updates from the CDC and Minnesota Department of Health, wearing a mask is not required on campus (indoors or outdoors) if you have been fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated is considered to be 14 days after the final dosage of the vaccine. For individuals not vaccinated, we ask you to please wear a mask indoors and outdoors when social distancing cannot be maintained.
NOTE: Masks will be required when riding our transportation between campuses.
Will hand washing and sanitation stations be available?
Yes. Hand sanitation stations will be positioned at the entrances of Schoenecker Commons and the Quad, as well as numerous other areas throughout both campuses. Rest rooms will also be available in the admission offices and other pre-approved spots on the campus tour.
Will I be able to meet with coaches or professors during my visit?
Yes. If you schedule your visit far enough in advance, we might be able to arrange it.
Please note: This appointment may be done virtually or in-person, depending on the schedule and/or comfort level of the coach/professors.
If I haven't been feeling well, should I reschedule my visit?
Yes, please! As with all events and outings these days, if you have been exposed to someone with a diagnosed case of COVID-19, are running a fever, or just plain not feeling like yourself, please stay home and rest. We will work with you to reschedule a visit in the near future when you’re healthy.