Saint Mary's University of Minnesota is a private, Lasallian Catholic institution offering comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs. About 1,300 students are enrolled in the residential undergraduate College at the Winona campus, established in 1912. Approximately 4,300 students are enrolled in the Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs, which offers certificate, bachelor degree completion, master degree, specialist and doctoral programs. The university delivers education to its adult learners through campuses in Minneapolis and Winona; centers in Apple Valley, Oakdale and Rochester; at numerous other locations throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin, and in Jamaica and Nairobi, Kenya.
Saint Mary's University at a Glance
- Undergraduate: 1,932
- Graduate: 3,596
- Student/faculty ratio: 16:1
- Average class size: 17
- Number undergraduate majors: 66
- Domestic students: 83% White, 8% Black, 5% Hispanic, 3% Asian, <1% American Indian/Alaska Native, 1% Multiracial
- 3% international students
First-Year Student Profile
- Average ACT score: The middle 50% of enrolled students had ACT composite scores between 19 and 25. 94% of students presented the ACT as part of their applications.
- Average SAT score: Middle 50% ranges for SAT Math: 490-560, SAT Reading: 420-510. 6% of students submitted the SAT as part of their applications.
- High school GPA: 3.21
- Percentage from Minnesota: 52%
- Percentage who live on campus: 99%
- 2013-14 undergraduate tuition and fees: $29,315
- Room and board: $7,700
- Percentage first-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 99%
- Roman Catholic