The University Quick Facts and Consumer Information presents commonly requested university data for use by the St. Mary’s community. Unless otherwise noted, the data reflects official university data collected on the 12th day of the fall semester for each academic year.
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HEOA sec. 488 and HEA sec. 485a Consumer Information*
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St. Mary’s University, presents this information in good faith and in compliance of the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) sect. 488 and Higher Education Act (HEA) sect. 485a. Information is posted for consumer use. Student Right-to-Know rates are based on students completing a bachelor’s degree. Additionally, to protect the confidentiality of students, counts in the “Race/Ethnicity” category were suppressed if 5 or less.
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The CDS is a set of standards and definitions of data items rather than a survey instrument or set of data represented in a database. Each of the higher education surveys conducted by the participating publishers incorporates items from the CDS as well as unique items proprietary to each publisher. Consequently, the publisher’s surveys differ in that they utilize varying numbers of items from the CDS.
|Total||Full Time||Part Time||Men||Women|
|Graduate – Master’s||398||188||210||190||208|
|Graduate – Ph.D.||87||33||54||24||63|
Undergraduate student-to-teacher ratio: 11:1
Undergraduate FTE: 2,240
|Number of Applications||5,832|
|Number Offered Admission||3,219|
|Median SAT Verbal||510|
|Mean SAT Verbal||515|
|Median SAT Math||520|
|Mean SAT Math||524|
|Mean Six-year Graduation Rates of First-time Freshmen (2009 Cohorts)|
|Graduated within four years||46.8%|
|Graduated within five years||59.1%|
|Graduated within six years||60.2%|
|Headcount||% of Total Living on Campus|
|Undergraduate Major||Headcount||% of Undergraduate Enrollment|
|Exercise and Sports Science||153||6.6%|
|Greehey School of Business||29||5|