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Extra-divisional programs

Learning without limits

We want you to graduate with a degree that reflects who you are as an individual, as well as your needs, goals and interests. Looking to improve your résumé in strategic ways? Maybe you want an edge in applying to graduate school? At SNC, we offer extra-divisional courses in addition to our wide-ranging divisional programs — so that you can further develop your potential through the study of languages, literature and more.

  • I’m the fourth of five children and my parents have sent me to private school my whole life. That was really a financial burden on them, and I didn’t want them to have to pick up my college tuition. So I had to find a way to pay for college, and I decided Army ROTC was going to be the best route.

    Matthew McKendry ’20

    Portrait of student Matthew McKendry
    Portrait of student Matthew McKendry

    I’m the fourth of five children and my parents have sent me to private school my whole life. That was really a financial burden on them, and I didn’t want them to have to pick up my college tuition. So I had to find a way to pay for college, and I decided Army ROTC was going to be the best route.

    Matthew McKendry ’20

SNC’s extra-divisional programs
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Military science south_east
Physical education south_east
World literature south_east
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Our healthcare credentialing partnerships

At SNC, we have a number of partnerships that lead to professional degrees from other schools. You’ll spend two to four years at SNC, taking advantage of our small class sizes and personalized attention from professors. Then, you’ll transition to the remainder of your degree program at one of our partner schools to complete your education. Choose SNC if you want to become a credentialed professional on an accelerated timeline.

Our partnership with Marquette Law

SNC has partnered with Marquette Law in a 3-plus-3 academic program that allows you to apply for admission to Marquette’s law school during your junior year. Here’s how it works:

  • You’ll spend your first three years of college at SNC. During your junior year you’ll apply for admission to the 3-plus-3 law program at Marquette.
  • After you’re admitted to the Marquette Law program, you’ll spend your fourth year of college at Marquette, simultaneously completing the remaining requirements for your bachelor's degree at SNC.
  • You’ll then spend two more years at Marquette, completing your juris doctor degree.

Our partnership with Marquette allows you to become a lawyer in just six years, saving you at least two or three years of time and money.

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Campus location

Ariens Family Welcome Center
310 College Ave.
De Pere, WI 54115

Hours of operation

Monday-Friday
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

We’re also available by appointment.

Mailing address

Office of Admission
St. Norbert College
Ariens Family Welcome Center
100 Grant St.
De Pere, WI 54115

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