ABOUT ST. OLAF AND OUR STUDENTS
St. Olaf College, located in Northfield, MN, is an academically rigorous, nationally ranked residential liberal arts institution affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Our liberal arts graduates are prepared to work in a variety of fields and have developed the transferable skills necessary to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world of work. Visit the Piper Center in the News for highlights of our students’ experiences.
Check out these Fast Facts for information on our student body.
Areas of Study
St. Olaf offers 45 majors, including 15 teaching certifications, 19 concentrations, and 17 pre-professional fields that fall into these five broad categories:
- Natural Sciences and Mathematics
- Fine Arts
- Social Sciences
- Interdisciplinary and General Studies
Emily Quinnell ’11
Robyn Buchholz ’11
Monica Southworth ’10
Davis Projects for Peace Scholarship
James Cahalan ’11
Leaders for Social Change Intern
Emily Rose Pfaltzgraff '11