City View Catering Services
Catering services are available from Saint Paul College’s City View Catering for on or off campus occasions and events, for groups of 10 or 150.
Whether for small or large groups - breakfast, lunch or dinner – City View Catering’s goal is to please you by offering delicious menus at competitive prices.
On campus catering settings for you and your guests include our City View Grille area indoors in our event space or outdoors on our terrace. From either location, you’ll have a breathtaking view of the City of Saint Paul and the State Capitol. See below for facilities rental information.
Types of events catered
- Holiday Parties
- Galas and Gatherings
- Dinner Parties
- Public Events
- Private Events
Menus selection available
- Continental Breakfast
- Boxed lunches
- Celebration cakes
- Hors D’ Oeuvres
- Party Trays
- Plated and served breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert
- Breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert buffets
Once you choose your menu, our chefs will begin to create a food experience that is designed just for you.
Contact Judy Burt, catering coordinator, for details at 651.846.1593 or
email City View Catering
Saint Paul College has many facilities available to the public for rent on a space available basis, including our City View Café, City View Grille and our theatre. Meeting spaces, classrooms and conference rooms are also available.
Saint Paul College facilities available for rental include the following:
- City View Café north
- City View Café south
- City View Grille
- City View Grille Patio
- Conference Room 3320
- Faculty/Staff Dining Room
- Labs and Shops
- Small Conference Rooms
- Student Lounge, Room 4310
If you would like to get a quote for using Saint Paul College facilities and/or food, please fill out this form and you will receive an email response within 3 business days: Application for Use of Saint Paul College Facilities.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651.403.4482 if you have any questions about facilities rental.
Saint Paul College also has an instrumentation lab and clean room facility available. The Instrumentation Center is a multi-user facility designed for use by students and faculty, as well as users from business and industry. For more information on special equipment and use information, go to
Our virtual tour is a great introduction to our campus and the services within the buildings.
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Saint Paul College—A Community & Technical College, has been ranked the #1 community college in the nation in 2010 and 2013, by Washington Monthly magazine, for student engagement in active and collaborative learning, student-faculty interaction and support for learning. Saint Paul College was established in 1910, and we are proud to be honoring 105 years of education.
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Saint Paul College has a beautifully landscaped campus and overlooks the vibrant City of Saint Paul. The College is conveniently located near the intersection of I35E and I94, with ample off-street parking available in a new parking ramp and multiple parking lots.
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Saint Paul College offers day, evening, weekend and online courses, as well as 43 associate degree programs, including the Associate in Arts degree, and 79 career certificate and diploma programs.
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The information desk is located just inside the main entrance and staff are available to assist in directing guests and students to events, classes and student services.
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The Saint Paul College theatre is used for events, presentations, orientations, and performances.
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The Learning Commons area is a free-flowing space set up for both individual and collaborative learning, with open seating and many computers available for student use. The Learning Commons is located next to the Library and connected to the City View Café.
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The Learning Commons area also has plenty of electrical outlets for students to charge their computers, phones, and other technical gadgets. It’s located on the main floor and easily accessible from all areas of the College.
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The Library is located by the Learning Commons area on the main floor, with a newly expanded circulation area and group study area. A lounge reading area is another amenity that offers students additional study space and adds to the Library’s attractive and inviting environment. A copy machine is available for student use. The Student ID Card also serves as the library card, which allows for full access to MNPALS, including interlibrary loan.
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The Coffee Shop has a new location next to the Learning Commons area and is open from 7:00am to Noon, Monday through Friday during each semester. Order your favorite latte or cappuccino, tea or regular coffee!
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Comfortable seating is available next to the Coffee Shop and City View Café (cafeteria) for eating, studying, and just meeting with friends.