St. Mary's University (TX)
One Camino Santa Maria
San Antonio, Texas 78228-8503
|Level||Four or more years|
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|Total 2020 Full-Time Undergraduate Enrollment||2,270|
|Total 2020 Full-Time First-Year Enrollment||514|
|Total 2020 Total Enrollment||3,514|
|Middle 50% Range of HS GPA for Freshmen||N/A|
|Middle 50% Range of ACT/SAT for Freshmen||N/A|
|Accept Transfer Students||Yes|
|Middle 50% Range of College GPA for Transfer Students||N/A|
|Total 2020 Full-Time Transfer Student Enrollment||N/A|
|Catholic Order Affiliation||Marianist|
|3 Most Popular Majors||Biology; Business; Engineering|
|Unique Academic Programs||Criminology; Forensic Science; International/Global Studies; Accounting and Data Analytics; Bioinformatics; Software Engineering|
- We are one of only three Marianist colleges in the country.
- The land where our college currently sits was bought for the grand total of one dollar.
- St. Mary's hosts "Oyster Bake," one of the largest events with over 80,000 attendees during San Antonio's oldest and most storied two-week long city-wide festival known as "Fiesta."
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About St. Mary's University:
Founded in 1852 by the Society of Mary, St. Mary’s University is a comprehensive Catholic and Marianist university with a strong tradition of integrating liberal arts with professional studies. St. Mary’s serves a diverse student population enrolled in graduate and undergraduate programs within our four schools: Humanities and Social Sciences; Greehey School of Business; Science, Engineering and Technology; and Law. St. Mary’s has been cited as a national model for high graduation rates among Texas colleges and is ranked among the best in the West Region for value and academic quality by U.S.News & World Report. Undergraduate research, community service, internships, and study abroad are some of the opportunities that enhance the St. Mary’s experience. St. Mary’s is a federally designated Hispanic Serving Institution, the oldest Catholic university in the Southwest, and a steadfast advocate of the Marianist mission of academic excellence and servant leadership. Our popular degree programs are mechanical/industrial engineering, computer science, forensic science, biology, psychology, finance & risk management, management, marketing, and international & global studies. Our average class size is approximately 16 students and we are NCAA Division II in athletics. Pending admission, we offer scholarships in academic merit, business, honors, faith-based, community/volunteering, music and athletics. We are test-optional regarding the SAT/ACT. For English proficiency we accept TOEFL, IELTS, or Duolingo English Test.
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