Admission & Aid

While the Office of Admission staff is working remotely, we are still fully operational and here to serve you during the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have questions, please call us Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (EDT) at (574) 284-4587, text us at (574) 213-0281, or e-mail us anytime at admission@saintmarys.edu.  You may also click here to set up a virtual meeting with your admission counselor!


Fall Update

In keeping with our intent to bring students back for the fall semester, our leadership team and COVID Task Force have developed a plan to begin in-person classes on August 10. Because many students attend classes across our tri-campus community, aligning our academic calendar with Notre Dame and Holy Cross is imperative. Therefore, we have decided to begin in-person classes on Monday, August 10, forego fall break, and complete the semester before Thanksgiving Break. We are deeply committed to ensuring the well-being of our campus community, and we will require that additional protective measures be put into place on campus to enhance the safety of all campus constituencies, and especially vulnerable populations.

Please understand, this plan may change. It depends on the status of the pandemic in our region, as well as on access to enough testing and diagnostics to meet our needs, among other complex factors. We look forward to working as a tri-college community to address these challenges. 


At Saint Mary's College we are committed to an admission process that reflects the Saint Mary's experience. That means we encourage you to ask questions and we provide individual attention to every applicant.

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Still have questions?

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Interested in Earning a Graduate Degree?

Saint Mary's offers graduate programs in Autism Studies, Data Science, Nursing, and Speech Pathology.


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Contact Us

If you are seeking additional information, please contact the Office of Admission between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday:

Telephone
(574) 284-4587
1-800-551-7621
Fax: (574) 284-4841

Text
(574) 213-0281 - undergraduate admission
(574) 216-3873 - graduate admission
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Admission Office
Saint Mary’s College
Notre Dame, Indiana 46556-5001

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Saint Mary’s College is exempt from subpart C of Title IX with respect to the undergraduate program; admissions and recruitment are limited to women. Saint Mary’s College offers coeducational graduate programs. Both graduate and undergraduate programs admit students and give equal access to the programs, scholarships, and facilities without regard to race, color, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, religion, or disability.