What is the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC)?
The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum is
briefly outlined on the Associate in Arts page. This curriculum was
designed to help standardize General Education requirements, enabling
students to transfer from one institution to another without losing
credits. Ten goals were developed, based on subject areas or themes.
Further information is available at
What are the 20 credits of pre-major/elective courses for the AA degree?
These 20 credits can consist of additional Minnesota Transfer Curriculum courses, other elective college credit courses, or technical credits. If you have not completed technical credits prior to your enrollment in the Associate in Arts program, it ...
I am an AS or AAS degree student, what are my transfer options?
An AS has 30 general education credits and an AAS degree requires a minimum of 16 general education credits. All general education courses will transfer to a four-year college or university. Investigate if your particular program has any articulation ...
How do students return textbook orders?
All textbooks will have to be shipped back to the Minnesota Textbook Center. Returns cannot be processed in the Saint Paul College Campus Store. The student will be responsible for shipping costs on returns. Ship returns to: Minnesota Textbook Center ...
What is a StarID?
StarID is a username can be used to login to many different online applications at Saint Paul College, as well as across the Minnesota State system. Your StarID consists of two letters, followed by four numbers, followed by two letters, i.e. ...
What are the StarID password requirements?
The password complexity requirement associated with the StarID complies with the Minnesota State password security guideline. Passwords must meet or exceed these criteria: Changed at least every 180 days. Between 8 and 128 characters long. ...