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Quick Facts about St. Mary’s University – 2018-2019
|Total||Full Time||Part Time||Men||Women|
|Graduate – Master’s||413||182||231||186||227|
|Graduate – Ph.D.||75||16||59||20||55|
Undergraduate student-to-teacher ratio: 11:1
Undergraduate FTE: 2,306
|Number of Applications||5,350|
|Number Offered Admission||4,011|
|Median SAT Verbal||580|
|Mean SAT Verbal||584|
|Median SAT Math||560|
|Mean SAT Math||571|
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
*This includes LL.M. and M.Jur degrees conferred by St. Mary’s University.
Undergraduates Living on Campus
|Headcount||% of Total Living on Campus|
Top Three Majors
|Undergraduate Major||Headcount||% of Undergraduate Enrollment|
|Greehey School of Business||30||6|
|Humanities and Social Sciences||70||91|
|Science, Engineering and Technology||54||30|