Get the full campus
life experience.

Saint Paul College campus.


A friendly neighborhood in a busy city.

Located just outside of downtown Saint Paul, on-campus learners enjoy all the best the city has to offer — including great restaurants, shops, unique attractions, and local public transportation. And because we have over 8,000 students, many coming from diverse backgrounds, you will quickly learn that all are welcome here.

Campus Hours
Monday6:30am – 8:00pm
Tuesday6:30am – 8:00pm
Wednesday6:30am – 8:00pm
Thursday6:30am – 8:00pm
Friday6:30am – 12:00pm
Saturday & SundayClosed


Come find out
if we’re a great fit.

Student getting assistance from staff.

Join a Start Here Session.

Join a Start Here Session at one of our recurring scheduled times to get a high-level, in-person tour of the campus and an introduction to all your options. You’ll walk away with a great sense of whether attending Saint Paul College is the best choice for you.

Photo representing a virtual tour.

Watch our video tour.

In less than 10 minutes, you can learn more about our programs, facility, and opportunities here. This video includes a high level view on our fields of study, points of interest on campus, and more. It’s a great place to get started, on your own time.

Photo representing a virtual tour.

Take a virtual tour.

If visiting in person isn’t a possibility right now or you simply prefer an online learning experience, you can still get a sense of what Saint Paul College is like through an interactive virtual tour. Best of all, you can take one any time it’s most convenient for you.


Places to eat and
things to do on campus.

Croissants at the cafe on campus.

Grab a bite at City View Cafe.

If you’re looking to grab a bite for breakfast, something from the grille for lunch, or a freshly-brewed coffee, our cafe and coffee shop (City View Espresso) have you covered.

Student baking in the Culinary Arts program.

Dine at City View Grille.

Students and visitors are welcome to join us for a special lunch at the City View Grille, an on-campus restaurant operated by the Saint Paul College Culinary Arts program. Check out our hours before joining us for a lunch buffet, seated lunch, or to pick up some delicious baked goods. Visitor parking is available in the parking lot via the Marshall Street entrance.

Students doing hair styling in cosmetics.

Enjoy our Salon & Clinic Services.

Salon and clinic services are available to the public, faculty, staff, and students. All work is done by students of our Cosmetology, Esthetician, and Massage Therapy departments under the supervision of an instructor. Whether you need a new “do”, a relaxing facial, or a deep tissue massage, our services will help you look and feel your best.

You focus on your studies.
We’ll help with the rest.

Feel at ease thanks to public safety & security.

The Public Safety Department provides an array of services to the campus community and can be contacted by calling 651.846.1322 or in person by stopping by the 1st floor information desk, located next to the One Stop. We offer a wide range of emergency and non-emergency services from safe walk escorts, to vehicle jump-starts, campus incident reporting management, and much more.

View trustworthy childcare resources.

Students who are pregnant or caring for children often need childcare resources, so they dedicate the time they need for their classes and studies. We’ve gathered various helpful information about child care, supportive services at the college, and resources in the community to make learning as a current or future parent more manageable.

Students play video games on campus.

What’s going on in student life.

We offer a variety of programs, events, and resources throughout the year to get you actively involved in the Saint Paul College community and make the most of your college experience.


More helpful resources and support.

There’s always a lot going around here. This is a great place to start to find whatever information you’re looking for about campus happenings, basic academic and student services, or really anything else.


Planning on visiting our campus?

Parking Information

It is mandatory for all motor vehicles parked on the Saint Paul College campus to use the controlled parking access system.

Visitors may park anywhere in the lots and ramp except for marked reserved spaces. Vehicles parked in handicapped parking spaces require a valid State-Issued Handicapped Permit. All violators will be ticketed.

Access to the parking lots is made via controlled entry. All parking at Saint Paul College is paid parking:

  • Hourly Parking for visitors;
  • SPC Card Parking for students taking classes in the current term;
  • SPC Card Parking for employees who are signed up for a payroll deduction.

Possession of an SPC Card neither reserves nor guarantees a parking space.

Hourly Parking Rates

Under 20 minutes – FREE
20-59 minutes – $1.00
60-179 minutes – $3.00
180+ minutes – $5.00

Entering: Use the Marshall Avenue entrance or the Kellogg Boulevard Entrance
Visitors and employees who do not choose to have parking access through the SPC Card must enter the lot via the Marshall Avenue entrances or the Kellogg Boulevard entrance to obtain a short-term parking access ticket from the machine.

Exiting: Use the Marshall Avenue or the Concordia Avenue exit lanes
The short-term parking access ticket must be paid at the pay station in the lane when exiting the lot or the pay station in the Parking Ramp 3rd Floor Lobby. The Marshall Avenue and Concordia Avenue exit lanes accept the following for exiting: SPC Card, credit/debit card, pre-paid exit vouchers from pay stations, and validated tickets. There is no cash accepted at any exit lanes. All cash payments must be made in the 3rd-floor Parking Ramp lobby using the pay station. Upon payment, you will receive a validated ticket allowing up to 20 minutes to exit the parking lot.


Our Address

235 Marshall Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55102