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Consumer Information

HEOA sec. 488 and HEA sec. 485a Consumer Information*

Consumer Information PDF – 2009 cohort
Consumer Information PDF – 2007-2008 cohorts

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Common Data Set

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2018 Common Data Set (PDF)

Quick Facts about St. Mary’s University – 2018-2019

Quick facts
Total Full Time Part Time Men Women
Undergraduate 2,373 2,262 111 1,072 1,301
Graduate – Master’s 413 182 231 186 227
Graduate – Ph.D. 75 16 59 20 55
Law 787 687 100 387 400
Total 3,648 3,147 501 1,665 1,983

Undergraduate student-to-teacher ratio: 11:1
Undergraduate FTE: 2,306


Undergraduate Admission

Undergraduate admission
First-time Freshmen
Number of Applications 5,350
Number Offered Admission 4,011
Number Enrolled 640
Acceptance Rate 75%
Yield Rate 16%
Median SAT Verbal 580
Mean SAT Verbal 584
Median SAT Math 560
Mean SAT Math 571
Median ACT 24
Mean ACT 23

Undergraduate Graduation Rates

Undergraduate graduation rates
Mean Six-Year Graduation Rates of First-Time Freshmen (2012 Cohorts)
Graduated within four years 44%
Graduated within five years 54%
Graduated within six years 56%

Degrees Awarded 2017-2018

Degrees awarded 2017-2018
Total
Bachelor’s 479
Master’s* 198
Ph.D. 5
Law 220
Certificates 17

*This includes LL.M. and M.Jur degrees conferred by St. Mary’s University.


Undergraduates Living on Campus

Undergraduates living on campus
Headcount % of Total Living on Campus
First-time Freshmen 359 56%
Undergraduate 1,312 55%

Top Three Majors

Top three majors
Undergraduate Major Headcount % of Undergraduate Enrollment
Biology 288 12%
Psychology 159 7%
Political Science 131 6%

Faculty

Faculty
School Full-time Part-time
Greehey School of Business 30 6
Humanities and Social Sciences 70 91
Science, Engineering and Technology 54 30
Graduate Programs 10 28
Law 52 29
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