Parents are a valued part of our college community

Your Students are Our Greatest Treasure

St. Norbert College is committed to a well-rounded education. We teach students to be critical thinkers, problem solvers and leaders. Our liberal arts curriculum provides life skills, not just job skills, for today’s students, who will average nearly seven different careers in their lifetime.

The St. Norbert College Experience
Few colleges and universities offer as many high-quality educational experiences as early as a student’s first year. Among these experiences are our Honors Program, student-faculty collaborative research opportunities, professional internships and study-abroad. 

Our four-year graduation guarantee for most majors guarantees your student’s degree completion in four years (not five or six). More than 94 percent of our students are employed or attending graduate school within 9 months of graduation. This means fewer years of loans and an earlier start to earning a salary. Plus, we have one of the best four-year graduation rates in the Midwest!

The St. Norbert College experience is lived in a safe, comfortable and supportive community rooted in the Norbertine ideal of communio, which is characterized by mutual esteem, trust, faith and responsibility. To put it more simply, we help one another.

Since your support plays a significant role in your student’s success here, we have devoted a number of resources to make you aware of key events and activities in your student’s college career. Our Office of Alumni and Parent Relations exists to facilitate and enhance communication with you throughout the year.

For starters:

Subscribe to the St. Norbert Times

The St. Norbert Times, St. Norbert College’s bi-weekly, student-run newspaper is now offering subscriptions to those who may be interested. The staff at the Times works hard to create the most dynamic newspaper possible, covering a wide range of events that take place on campus, in the De Pere community, as well as the world outside of it. 

Subscription rates:
One semester (7 issues) = $15
Academic year (14 issues) = $25

For more information, contact: times@snc.edu.