Saint Catharine College, SCC, is a Roman Catholic college in Saint Catharine, Kentucky that was originally founded in 1931. It became a co-educational college in 1951, and started offering bachelor's degrees in the fall of 2004. Areas of study offered by SCC include pharmacy, business, computer information systems, education, and diagnostic medical sonography. The college is comprised of the following academic divisions.
The sports teams of Saint Catharine College are known as the Patriots. The college has bowling, volleyball, soccer, basketball, softball, and baseball teams. On-campus clubs and organizations include the Criminal Justice Club, Phi Theta Kappa, and Health Occupations Students of America.
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