St. Norbert College, a Catholic liberal arts college embracing the Norbertine ideal of communio, provides an educational environment that fosters intellectual, spiritual and personal development.
Liberal arts and sciences. More than 30 major fields of study and four graduate programs
. Emphasis on: honors program, student-faculty collaborative research, professional internships and study abroad. Classes taught by full professors rather than graduate teaching assistants.
Reputation for academic excellence. Solid foundation in the liberal arts means that students gain critical thinking, writing and communication skills they need - regardless of future career paths. Opportunities for undergraduate research as soon as the students first year.
Located on the banks of the Fox River in De Pere, Wis. (a residential community of 24,000) just five miles south of Green Bay (a three-time "100 Best Communities for Young People" winner) in Brown County (population of more than 250,000).
2,173 undergraduate students and 51 graduate students from 26 states and 30 foreign countries; 139 locally, nationally and internationally respected Full-time faculty, 87% with Ph.D. or highest appropriate degree. Student-faculty ratio of 14:1; average class size of 21. Founded October 1898 by Abbot Bernard Pennings, a member of the Catholic Norbertine Order.
St. Norbert is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), an independent corporation and one of two Commission members of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA).