Locations

The university’s main, 78-acre campus anchors the western end of St. Paul’s historic Summit Avenue.

In 1992 the university began a permanent campus in downtown Minneapolis, which is now the home of most of the graduate programs in the Opus College of Business, the Graduate School of Professional Psychology, the School of Education, and the School of Law.

The university offers a wide range of programs at its Owatonna-based Gainey Conference Center, established in 1982, and at a number of satellite locations, including the Mall of America.

The Bernardi Residence in Rome, which opened in 2000, is a remodeled residential estate on the banks of the Tiber River. Serving as a home to students on the university’s Center for Catholic Studies Rome Program and the Fall Semester in Rome Program, it is also available for conferences, study tours and housing for faculty, students, and visitors to Rome.

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