Room and Board Base Rate
Additional Residential Upgrade Options
Single Room Fee - $1,040
Private Bath Fee - $624
Single Room with Bath Fee - $1,664
Opus Double Fee - $3,432
Opus Quad Fee - $1,664
On-Campus Student (Resident)
Off-Campus Student (Commuter)
Part-time student Tuition per credit hour rate (Fall and Spring)
Part-time student General Fee per credit hour rate (Fall and Spring)
Part-time student summer per credit hour rate (Summer 2022)
|Extra credit hour tuition charge (credits above 18 hours per semester)||$1,000|
|Orientation Fee (First Year Freshmen Fall Semester Only)||$200|
As set by the Board of Trustees November 2021.
NOTE: This information does not include lab fees and other miscellaneous fees.
NOTE: All students living on campus are required to maintain a full meal plan.
Saint Mary’s students have the ability to protect their college investment by purchasing tuition insurance each semester. This optional coverage expands the scope of our refund policy by ensuring reimbursement for tuition, room and board and other fees for unexpected, covered withdrawals at any time during the semester. Learn more about the Tuition Protection Plan at GradGuard.com/tuition/saintmarys or call 877-794-6603.
College is a true investment, and we know a Saint Mary’s College investment is a smart one. We have a 178-year history of empowering students to excel and lead in their chosen fields. Our graduates develop the skills, knowledge, empathy, and vision to guide their corner of the world forward, whether directing a global organization, serving the needs of humanity, or exploring areas of scientific discovery. We're proud of these women and celebrate their results. And we tell their stories because we know it's our story. A story of academic excellence and value. In fact, U.S. News & World Report once again named us a top Best Value School for National Liberal Arts Colleges.
If you want to measure the value of an education, there is no better place to start than employment results. Graduates of Saint Mary’s are quickly employed, make significantly more money than both male and female graduates nationally, and feel well prepared for their careers.