Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota Office of Admission staff look forward to meeting you and sharing the beauty of our campus, the strength of our academic programs, and our vibrant student life with you!
To ensure your health and safety during this pandemic, as well as that of our university community, we’re inviting you to sign up for a virtual visit with one of our admission counselors. During your virtual visit you will have the opportunity to meet your admission counselor, enjoy a video tour of campus and get answers to your questions about financial aid, academic majors, and campus life, and experiences.
We are pleased to announce that we are also offering modified in-person, on-campus visits! In accordance with our COVID-19 campus safety protocols, all in-person campus visits must be scheduled in advance. Additionally, all in-person visitors are required to wear a mask and practice social distancing while on campus. These in-person campus visits are limited to a prospective student and two guests.
We can't wait to welcome you — either virtually or in person — to Saint Mary's University.
When you schedule your campus visit, remember to ask us about the Cardinal Visit Scholarship, a renewable $1,000 annual scholarship awarded to new first-year students who meet with an admission counselor during their senior year of high school, are admitted to Saint Mary's University, and enroll full time.
Flock and Talk
Friday, Sept. 18
A virtual get-together with prospective students and their admission counselors. Students will play fun Saint Mary's-themed ice breakers, talk about the college application process, and learn more about Saint Mary’s and life on-campus.
Student Webinar Wednesdays
Wednesdays from Sept. 2 to Nov. 18 at 3 p.m.
A Student-led discussion where students will learn about life on and off campus, different academic majors, and have the opportunity to have their questions answered live through the chat box feature.
Register for a date that best fits your schedule.
London Semester and Theatre Program Webinar
Monday, Oct. 5 at 7 p.m.
This theatre-focused webinar is for prospective students interested in our Theatre Major and the London Semester abroad, a 12-week program in London that is required for all Theatre Majors and open to all other students.
Classes are a combination of lectures and guided field trips. Students explore first-hand the historical sites and rich resources of this renowned city. The most unique aspect of this semester is the fully mounted production done by our students - we are the only American university that does this and we have been doing this for 25 years. We also spend the last two weeks of the semester at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin for an intensive acting workshop and public showcase.