According to Wikipedia,
St. Olaf College is a private liberal arts college in Northfield, Minnesota. It was founded in 1874 by a group of Norwegian-American pastors and farmers led by Pastor Bernt Julius Muus. The college is named after the King and the Patron Saint Olaf II of Norway and is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It was visited by King Olav in 1987 and King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway in 2011. Queen Sonja of Norway visited the college's campus a second time in 2022 as part of a tour to celebrate the connections between Norway and Minnesota's Norwegian-American community. She participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Special Collections vault at Rølvaag Memorial Library.
|Annual Applications||Acceptance||Graduation Rate||Median SAT Score||Median ACT Score|
|Income||Average Net Cost|
|0 - 30K||$11,112|
|30K - 48K||$11,138|
|48K - 75K||$15,453|
|75K - 110K||$21,334|
If you graduate from St. Olaf College, then you can expect to earn an average of $57,300 per year. You also have a 93% chance of being employed after 10 years.
Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.
St. Olaf College is located at 1520 St Olaf Ave, Northfield MN 55057-1098
Northfield has a violent crime rate of less than .01% and a property crime rate of less than .01%.
St. Olaf College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:
St. Olaf College's most influential alumni include professors and professionals in the fields of Criminal Justice, Literature, and Physics. Here are some of St. Olaf College's most famous alumni: