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Saint Mary’s College accepted 82% of the undergraduate and 48% of the graduate applications received for Fall 2018 semester. 461 students were admitted in various undergraduate and graduate programs.
With a student to faculty ratio of 10:1 and average class size of 18, Saint Mary’s College offers a more personalized teaching experience.
|Application Portal||Common Application/GradCAS/NursingCAS/CSDCAS|
|Application Fee||Undergraduate: None|
Graduate: Varies with Program
|Acceptance Rate||82% (Undergraduate)|
|Average GPA||3.5 - 4|
|Average SAT||1060 - 1260|
|Average ACT||22 - 28|
Admission deadline for undergraduate and graduate admission in Saint Mary’s College:
|International Students||June 1|
|Domestic Students||Early Decision: November 15|
Regular Decision: February 15
|Transfer Students||Fall: April 15|
Spring: November 15
|Graduate||Varies with Program|
Saint Mary’s College is currently in the process of being certified for admitting International students in graduate programs. International students can apply for undergraduate programs offered in over 30 majors.
Minimum test score requirements for International applicants, not having English as native language, is tabulated below:
|Test||Minimum Score Required|
International students applying for F-1 or J-1 visa are required to submit the following documents for visa application:
Domestic Students having 3.2 or above GPA are not required to submit SAT or ACT scores for admission in Saint Mary’s College undergraduate programs. However, these scores are mandatory for International, home-schooled and transfer students.
Where to Apply: Common Application
Application Fee: None
Students with the following academic units at high school are preferred for admission in Saint Mary’s College:
Transfer students are required to submit the following additional documents for undergraduate admission:
Saint Mary’s College offers four graduate degrees: Doctor of Nursing, Master of Autism Studies, Master of Science in Data Science and Master of Science in Speech Pathology Language. Master of Autism Studies is a newly introduced graduate program accepting applications for admission since 2019.
|Requirements||Doctor of Nursing||Master of Autism Studies||Master of Science in Data Science||Master of Science in Speech Pathology Language|
|GRE/GMAT||Not Required||GRE (Optional)||Not Required||GRE|
|Personal Statement||Required||Upto 600 words||Required||Not Required|
|Letter of Recommendation||Three||Two-Three||One (Required) Three (Recommended)||Not Required|
|Resume||Required||Not Required||Required||Not Required|
|Interview||Required||Video Interview or Writing Sample||Video Interview (Optional)||Not Required|
|Additional Requirement||RN Licence||Experience in Autism (Optional)||Experience or Education in Data Science related field||Not Required|
|Application Fee||$70 (First Program) $40 (Additional Program)||$24||$24||$128 (First Program)|
$51 (Additional Program)
|Application Deadline||Fall: June 15||January 15||June 15||Application: January 15|
Supporting Documents: February 1
Students should check for undergraduate course requirement for admission in each graduate program. College also accepts certified copies of official transcripts for admission.
Students can expect arrival of acceptance decision within two to four weeks of applying. Students accepted for admission in college must purchase US health insurance costing approximately $1,170/year.