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Saint Marys University of Minnesota

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Name:
Saint Marys University of Minnesota
City:
State:
MN
Nickname:
Cardinals 
Type:
Private
Website URL:
http://www.smumn.edu/
Athletics URL:
http://sports.smumn.edu/
Student Body:
Coed
Degrees:
Certificates, Diplomas, Bachelor's, Master's, Doctoral, Post-Master's, Postbachelor's Certificates
In State Tuition
$$19,500
Out of State Tuition:
$
Total Undergraduates:
1,818
Male %:
47%%
Female %:
53%%
Admissions Contact Info:
Mr. Anthony M. Piscitiello, Vice President for Admission , Saint Mary's University of Minnesota , Admissions, 700 Terrace Heights , Winona, MN 55987-1399
Phone:
507-457-1700
Toll-Free:
800-635-5987
Fax:
507-457-1722
Total Applicants:
1,294
Admitted:
1,015
Acceptance Rate:
78%
Average GPA:
3.08
SAT Score Range:
Middle 50% ACT:
19 - 25
Total Faculty:
569
Full Time:
18%
Student/Faculty Ratio:
12:01
Majors:
Biological and Biomedical Sciences (Biochemistry,Biology/Biological Sciences,Biophysics,Environmental Biology) - Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services (Accounting,Business Administration and Management,Business/Commerce,Human Resources Management,International Business/Trade/Commerce,Marketing/Marketing Management,Sales, Distribution and Marketing) - Communication, Journalism and Related Programs (Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication Related,Publishing) - Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services (Computer Science,Computer/Information Technology Services Administration Related,Information Science/Studies) - Education (Biology Teacher Education,Chemistry Teacher Education,Elementary Education,English/Language Arts Teacher Education,French Language Teacher Education,Mathematics Teacher Education,Music Teacher Education,Physics Teacher Education,Social Science Teacher Education,Spanish Language Teacher Education) - Engineering (Computer Engineering,Engineering Physics) - Engineering Technologies/Technicians (Industrial Technology) - English Language and Literature/Letters (English) - Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics (French,Spanish) - Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences (Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology,Cytogenetics/Genetics/Clinical Genetics Technology,Cytotechnology,Nuclear Medical Technology,Physical Therapy) - History (History,History Related) - Mathematics and Statistics (Mathematics) - Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (International/Global Studies,Mathematics and Computer Science) - Philosophy and Religious Studies (Philosophy) - Physical Sciences (Chemistry) - Psychology (Psychology) - Public Administration and Social Service Professions (Human Services) - Security and Protective Services (Corrections,Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration,Criminal Justice/Police Science) - Social Sciences (Political Science and Government Related,Social Sciences) - Theology and Religious Vocations (Religious Education,Theology,Youth Ministry) - Visual and Performing Arts (Dramatic/Theater Arts,Fine/Studio Arts,Graphic Design,Music,Music Management and Merchandising,Music Performance,Music Related
Athletics:
Member NCAA, All NCAA Division III
Scholarship:
NonBaseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Diving, Golf, Ice Hockey, Indoor Track & Field, Outdoor Track & Field, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball (w)
Non-Scholarship:
Intramural:
Basketball, Cheerleading (w), Field Hockey, Football, Ice Hockey (m), Rugby, Skiing (downhill), Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball (w), Water Polo
Intercollegiate:
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Diving, Golf, Ice Hockey, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball (w)

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