Our instructors make your success their top priority; their powerful combination of industry knowledge, academic expertise and first-hand experience provides you with the education you need to achieve your goals.
Quite simply, there is no one more important than YOU. We are here to help you become successful in your academics, career and your life.
You’ll find much more here than classes – you’ll find a wide variety of resources to help you achieve success in your education and career. Be sure to take advantage of all the student services we have to offer.
With more than a dozen student clubs and associations offered through Student Life, finding your place here couldn’t be easier. Joining gives you the opportunity to develop leadership skills, network in your career area, be active in the community, make friends and have fun!
We offer personal enrichment courses, professional development, and career and technical training so you can become a better employee or life long learner.
We take pride in preparing students for high-demand careers and outstanding four-year degree programs. With more than 500 industry partners and community organizations, we provide invaluable opportunities for learning in the classroom and countless real-world settings.
The Academic Effectiveness and Innovation (AEI) department offers numerous workshops, seminars and guest speakers to all FT and PT employees every week. Check the Professional Development calendar for the latest offerings.
Visit One Stop to get your photo taken for your Saint Paul College ID, room 1300.
Please contact your Dean.
Contact the Human Resource Department in room 1405.
Saint Paul College has five college-wide learning outcomes that we assess.
All course learning outcomes listed have been approved by the college's Academic and Standard Council committee (AA&SC).
Please look at your program guide to find your program learning outcomes.
No, you do not need to follow a specific template; however, there is a coaching syllabus template available if you wish. Saint Paul College policy states that your syllabus must contain the following items:
The syllabus is the intellectual property of the faculty member; therefore, you are responsible for creating syllabi for the courses you will be teaching based upon institutional Course Learning Outcomes. Check with your colleagues to see if they will share a sample syllabus with you.
The AEI department's instructional designer will help you with course design. Visit the AEI team in room 3110 or email email@example.com. AEI also has a full suite of support services for all full-time and part-time faculty.
The D2L Brightspace administrator will help you get set up. Visit IT in room 1470 or submit an IT Service Request. There are additional guides on the Minn State D2L Support Page and drop-in sessions weekly (check the Professional Development calendar).
D2LBrightspace is our learning management system (LMS). You may login with your StarID and password.
A faculty member's probationary period lasts six semesters.
Below is a 4-item checklist of what you need to do to successfully complete your probationary period:
Please submit an IT Service Request by selecting Employee Resources and submit a detailed request. For immediate assistance call 651-846-1440 or visit room 1470.
Contact your Dean and the Care Team if you have an issue with a student.