Note: Students who make an official visit to the Saint Mary's College campus from the summer after your junior year until May 1 of your senior year, and enroll at Saint Mary's, are eligible to have a $1,000 Visit Award added to their financial aid package! To find out more, check out saintmarys.edu/visitaward.
We welcome your visit to our campus! Click the link to view our campus visit availability.
Senior Preview Days are designed specifically for high school seniors. You will be matched with a current Saint Mary's student who will be your hostess as you attend a class and explore her favorite spots on campus. You can also expect to learn more about clubs and activities on campus and eat lunch in the dining hall. Parents will have the opportunity to learn more about the admission process, financial aid, faculty interaction, student life, and much more. Registration to follow.
Meet Me at The Avenue - Sunday, March 24, 2024
Meet Me at The Avenue is an invitation-only event for students who have been admitted to the Class of 2028. This program gives accepted students an opportunity to meet other members of the Class of 2028 and to discover what it means to be a Saint Mary's woman. Meet Me at The Avenue is a great opportunity to get all your questions answered before the May 1 candidates' reply deadline. Invitations will be sent to admitted students in the spring and they can also register for this event in their admission portal.
Nursing Science Preview Day was Saturday, February 18, 2023
Want to learn more about our nursing program? Join us for a special Saturday nursing event only for admitted students! During this event, you will have the opportunity to hear directly from faculty and students in our nursing programs through a presentation and panels. The event will take place in our new Center for Integrated Healthcare Education in Regina Hall where students will have the opportunity to participate in simulations with our faculty members in the new nursing simulation labs. Admitted students can register for this event in their admission portal.
STEM Preview Day was Sunday, February 19, 2023
Join us at an event exclusively for admitted students who have an interest in science, technology, engineering, and/or math. During this event, you will engage in hands-on activities that will give you a taste of the academic disciplines and meet faculty from each department. This will be a great opportunity to get all of your questions answered as you're making your final college decisions! Admitted students can register for this event in their admission portal.
Spring Day on Campus was Sunday, April 16, 2023
Are you a sophomore or junior in high school? Spring Day on Campus is a program specifically designed for you and your parents. During Spring Day, you and your family can explore our campus, get financial aid and admission advice, talk with your admission counselor, and learn about the benefits of a women's college.
Spotlight Saturday was Saturday, November 11, 2023
Are you unable to attend one of our weekday events? Join us for a special Saturday visit! During this event, you’ll have the opportunity to hear an admission presentation, take a guided tour of campus, learn more about Saint Mary’s from the student perspective, and eat lunch in the dining hall. All high school students are welcome to join. Space is limited.
Unable to visit campus? Take a peek at our beautiful green areas, classrooms, residence hall rooms and social spaces by taking a virtual tour.
A little taste of what awaits you on our campus.
Please note that our policy does not allow animals in campus buildings unless they are service animals. Pets are welcome in the outdoor spaces on campus.
Our Tobacco-Free, Smoke-Free Campus
In November 2020, the College took an important step in advocating for the health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff by becoming 100 percent tobacco and smoke free. This means the use of tobacco or tobacco-related products (including vaping and snuff) is prohibited on any Saint Mary’s property, including inside all vehicles. We are proud to be part of this national movement to address smoking and tobacco use at colleges and to create a culture where our students can reject tobacco and can be free from secondhand smoke.