Fast Facts A quick look at Saint Mary's University Saint Mary's University of Minnesota Fast facts about the university overall+ More Founded in: 1912 by Bishop Patrick R. Heffron Affiliation: De La Salle Christian Brothers, Roman Catholic Church Institution type: Private, comprehensive university President: Brother William Mann, FSC, D.Min. Students: Approx. 5,900 Locations: Campuses: Winona Minneapolis Centers: Rochester Apple Valley Minnetonka Oakdale Nairobi, Kenya Jamaica Plus off-campus sites throughout Minnesota & Wisconsin Recognition: National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Forbes.com Princeton Review U.S. News & World Report See the Recognition & Awards page for more information. Accredited by: The Higher Learning Commission; member of the North Central Association of Colleges & Schools Annual budget: c. $78 million Team name/mascot: Cardinals – "Big Red Cardinal" Undergraduate College Fast facts about the four-year residential College+ More Location: Winona, MN (pop. 28,000) Distance from: La Crosse, WI: 25 minutes Rochester, MN: 50 minutes Minneapolis/St. Paul: 2 hours 15 minutes Milwaukee: 3 hours 30 minutes Chicago: 4 hours 30 minutes Enrollment: Approx. 1,300 College undergraduates Male-Female ratio: 50% : 50% Geographic makeup: Minnesota, Illinois & Wisconsin; plus many other states & foreign countries Degrees offered: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Program offerings: 55 majors; minors & pre-professional programs; see Undergraduate Areas of Study for a complete list. Faculty: 128 total; 93 full-time; 78 with terminal degrees & 61 with tenure Student-Faculty ratio: 13 : 1 Tuition & fees: $27,820 & $500 (2012-13) Room & board: $7,440 (2012-13) Students living on campus: 83% Students receiving aid: 96% (includes bachelor completion students; Fall 2010) Aid received: $30 million Aid provided by Saint Mary's: $15 million, in the form of need-based & merit scholarships, plus grants Scholarships of note: Tomorrow's Leaders Scholarships Saint Luke Scholarship Saint Cecilia Scholarship Lillian Davis Hogan Scholarship Brother James Miller Program for Access First-Generation Initiative Student activities: Student government, committees, publications, volunteering, special interest groups, political groups, performing & visual arts, departmental clubs, sports & recreation, & performing & visual arts; see the Student Organizations page for a more detailed list. Varsity athletics: 21 NCAA Division III intercollegiate teams men's baseball, basketball, cross-country, golf, hockey, soccer, swimming/diving, tennis, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field women's basketball, cross-country, golf, hockey, soccer, softball, swimming/diving, tennis, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, volleyball www.saintmaryssports.com Conference: Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Intramural & club sports: Ballroom dancing, basketball, broomball, cheerleading, dance team, dodgeball, fencing, flag football, handball, hockey, kickball, rugby, scuba diving, skiing, snowboarding, soccer, softball, Ultimate Frisbee®, volleyball (indoor & sand), water polo, wiffleball Schools of Graduate & Professional Programs (SGPP) Fast facts about the advanced degree & bachelor completion programs+ More Locations: Campuses: Minneapolis Winona Centers: Rochester Apple Valley Minnetonka Oakdale Nairobi, Kenya Jamaica Plus off-campus sites throughout Minnesota & Wisconsin Enrollment: Approx. 4,600 students total; an additional 250 & 75 on the Nairobi & Jamaica campuses, respectively Faculty: 461 total; mainly working professionals who infuse career experience into their teaching Tuition: Varies by program; see Tuition & Fees. Degrees/awards offered: Bachelor of Science (B.S.); Bachelor of Education (B.Ed. - Nairobi only); Master of Arts (M.A.); Master of Science (M.S.); Master of Education (M.Ed.); Master of Business Administration (MBA); Master of African Studies (MAS - Nairobi only); Education Specialist (Ed.S.); Doctor of Education (Ed.D.); Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.); plus professional, undergraduate & graduate certificates. Program offerings: See Academics for a complete list.