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Nurture your understanding of the human experience.

No matter your academic or professional goals, a foundation in the arts and humanities gives you valuable insight and critical thinking skills, a fresh perspective on cultural and global issues, and a deep understanding of your role in the world.

Whether you want to practice law or medicine, launch your own business, or refine how you express yourself, the School of Arts and Humanities offers a pathway to achieving your goals. Our curriculum emphasizes interdisciplinary learning and collaboration, ensuring you have a well-rounded education to go out and make a difference.

$25,500

(minimum) per year in merit scholarships awarded to all students their first year

100%

of admitted students receive a scholarship from Saint Mary’s

16:1

average class size

11:1

student-faculty ratio

$25,500

(minimum) per year in merit scholarships awarded to all students their first year

100%

of admitted students receive a scholarship from Saint Mary’s

16:1

average class size

11:1

student-faculty ratio

Choose

your passion. Explore our two majors and one minor.

Health Humanities Major

Philosophy Major

Spanish Minor

Take the next step to learn more.

Discover more about Saint Mary’s schools, scholarships, and how to apply. If you haven’t visited our 450-acre campus in Winona, be sure to schedule a campus visit and let us show you around. Plus, when you visit us during your junior or senior year of high school, you’ll be eligible for a $1,000 scholarship each year.

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