- General Education at St. Olaf College
St. Olaf’s general education curriculum is unique. Learn about your St. Olaf education and requirements.
List of St. Olaf College’s General Education requirements with insightful comments from alumni and employers.
- St. Olaf College Guidelines for the Release of Student Information Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA)
Information on notification rights under FERPA, definition of educational records, parental access to student’s educational record.
From the Registrar’s Office, information is available online detailing St. Olaf’s pre-college transfer credit policy, including Advance Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Post-Secondary Education Option (PSEO) and College in the Schools (CIS). Check out the Registrar’s Office website for complete information on pre-college credits
- If you completed college course(s) while in high school and wish to have the credits evaluated for potential St. Olaf credit, you must have an official transcript sent directly from the college or university that offered the course (not your high school) to St. Olaf College Office of Admissions.
From academic departments and programs, information is online detailing major and concentration course planning guides.
Language faculty have compiled a list of questions that are useful to consider when exploring what world language to study at St. Olaf.
At St. Olaf College students have the opportunity to take languages not available at most high schools or many colleges. St. Olaf offers nine languages. This is your chance to explore cultures and countries new to you.