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

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

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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.

Common Data Set

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2016 Common Data Set PDF

Quick Facts about St. Mary’s University – 2016-2017

Quick facts
Total Full Time Part Time Men Women
Undergraduate 2,298 2,189 109 1,073 1,225
Graduate – Master’s 411 211 200 196 215
Graduate – Ph.D. 83 23 60 23 60
Law 775 644 131 349 426
Total 3,567 3,067 500 1,641 1,926

Undergraduate student-to-teacher ratio: 11:1
Undergraduate FTE: 2,225


Undergraduate Admission

Undergraduate admission
First-time Freshmen
Number of Applications 4,346
Number Offered Admission 3,375
Number Enrolled 587
Acceptance Rate 78%
Yield Rate 17%
Median SAT Verbal 510
Mean SAT Verbal 519
Median SAT Math 520
Mean SAT Math 527
Median ACT 22
Mean ACT 22

Undergraduate Graduation Rates

Undergraduate graduation rates
Mean Six-year Graduation Rates of First-time Freshmen (2010 Cohorts)
Graduated within four years 41%
Graduated within five years 54%
Graduated within six years 55%

Degrees Awarded 2014-2015

Degrees awarded 2014-2015
Total
Bachelor’s 504
Master’s 229
Ph.D. 5
Law 242
Post-bachelor’s Certificates 6

Undergraduates Living on Campus

Undergraduates living on campus
Headcount % of Total Living on Campus
First-time Freshmen 457 78%
Undergraduate 1,272 56%

Top Three Majors

Top three majors
Undergraduate Major Headcount % of Undergraduate Enrollment
Biology 295 12.8%
Psychology 154 6.7%
Exercise and Sports Science 153 6.7%

Faculty

Faculty
School Full-time Part-time
Greehey School of Business 27 6
HSS 74 88
SET 51 29
Graduate Studies 14 22
Law 44 44

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