Through small classes, close student-faculty relationships and an engaged community, teaching and learning flourish at St. Mary’s. We offer a variety of academic programs in humanities, sciences and business, and options to pursue graduate, doctoral and law degrees.
Our students engage in learning and social opportunities through undergraduate research, internships and community engagement.
Students (Fall 2022)
St. Mary’s Founding Year
San Antonio University for Veterans
Finance and Risk Management major
Nearly 98% of our first-year students are awarded scholarships upon admission. We help you plan to pay for college and make it affordable while keeping our quality top-notch. We work with our students and families to help them make the right financial decisions for them.
All undergraduates take the St. Mary’s Core Curriculum, which broadens students’ knowledge and transforms their understanding of their place in the world and their social responsibilities. These courses also develop crucial skills employers seek, such as critical thinking and problem-solving.
Brothers of the Society of Mary (Marianists) brought Catholic education to San Antonio in 1852. St. Mary’s University committed itself to the Marianist ideals of academic excellence, ethical commitment and service to the community.
St. Mary’s offers countless ways to get involved, have fun, meet lifelong friends and make the most of your student experience. Students experience a vibrant community atmosphere that encourages community engagement, undergraduate and graduate research, faculty mentoring and service learning.