Apply to Saint Mary's
We understand the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus outbreak, and that there are many issues facing families that create anxiety at this time. Saint Mary's is committed to still accept applications into the summer and provide flexibility in regards to late materials coming in from high schools that may be closed. We are here for you and strongly encourage you to reach out to our admission and financial aid offices with questions. While it is too early for all of us to understand the impact of the significant changes happening across the country and the world, we want you to know that we are working on ways to help you during this trying time.
Please hang tight, be well, and stay in touch with us!
Now is your time to become a part of Saint Mary's College.
If you're a student interested in transferring to Saint Mary's, visit our transfer applicant page.
If you're a prospective graduate student interested in Saint Mary's, you can apply here.
If you're a high school student, see information below:
We look forward to getting to know you through your application.
First Year Applicants
If you're a high school student applying for your first-year at Saint Mary's, you can apply Early Decision or Regular Decision.
- Application Deadline: November 15
- Admission Notification Date: guaranteed by mid-December when your application is completed by November 20
- Deposit Deadline: January 15
- Priority Application Deadline: February 15 (we're still accepting applications on a space available basis!)
- Admission Notification Date: rolling starting in November (generally 2-4 weeks from the date your application becomes complete)
- Deposit Deadline: Given the difficulties familes are facing as a result of the spread of COVID-19, we have moved the enrollment deposit deadline to June 1
- Fall application deadline: April 15
- Fall deposit deadline: July 15
- Spring application deadline: November 15
- Admission Notification Date: You should expect to receive a decision within 2-4 weeks from the date your application becomes complete.