Student Right to Know In accordance with federal law, current and prospective students and their parents have the right to know certain information about Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota including a variety of academic information, financial aid information, institutional information, and information on graduation rates, campus safety, and equity in athletics. As part of Saint Mary’s compliance with federal law, it offers the reference chart below. If there are items not included below that might be useful, please contact the Undergraduate Office of Admission at (507) 457-1700 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Student Safety Information from campus security reports, including crime rates, sexual assault procedures and safety tips+ More The safety of students is a priority at Saint Mary's University. Winona Campus Annual Security and Fire Safety Report - PDF Twin Cities Campus Annual Security Report - PDF Discrimination, Sexual Harassment & Sexual Assault Policies Undergraduate College - Online Student Handbook Schools of Graduate & Professional Programs - SGPP Catalog & Handbook Privacy Information specific to student rights under Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) as implemented by Saint Mary's+ More Winona Undergraduate College Catalog Schools of Graduate & Professional Programs SGPP Catalog & Student Handbook Financial Aid & Scholarship Information Information on financial aid & scholarships specific to Saint Mary's University as well as general information about federal financial aid programs+ More Financial Aid Information Undergraduate | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree Financial Aid Staff Undergraduate | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree (Twin Cities) | Advanced Degree (Winona) FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid website Tuition Costs Undergraduate | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree Refund Policy Undergraduate | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree Withdrawal Policy Undergraduate | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree Title IV Repayment Policy Undergraduate | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards Undergraduate | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree Loan Deferral or Cancellation - PDFs Request for Deferement of Repayment Federal Forbearance Request Request for Cancellation of Repayment Academic Programs Information specific to the academic offerings at Saint Mary's University+ More Degrees Offered View all academic offerings Areas of Study Undergraduate | Bachelor Completion | Advanced Degree Faculty Rosters Undergraduate College Winona Undergraduate Catalog School of Graduate & Professional Programs SGPP Catalog & Student Handbook Accreditation Information on the accreditation of Saint Mary's University & its programs + More Campus Facilities Information on the physical facilities, buildings & residence halls of Saint Mary's University+ More Winona Campus Map - PDF Twin Cities Campus Map - PDF Housing Information Undergraduate College | Degree Completion | Advanced Degree Graduation Statistics Information about the graduation rates at Saint Mary's University+ More College Continuation & Graduation Rates Institutional Research Office University Completions Completions by program Completions by level Placement for Graduates Career Services Teacher Testing Results + More Saint Mary's University of Minnesota School of Education Teacher Preparation Program Information For more information on teacher testing, contact: Dr. Melissa Luedtke Chair, School of Education Saint Mary's University of Minnesota 700 Terrace Heights #23 Winona, MN 55987-1399 (800) 635-5987, Ext. 6623 (507) 457-6623 email@example.com Drug & Alcohol Policy Information on the drug and alcohol policies at Saint Mary's University+ More Winona Campus – Undergraduate Online Student Handbook Schools of Graduate & Professional Programs SGPP Catalog & Student Handbook Employees - PDF Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data (Equity in Athletics Disclosure) A copy of the university's Intercollegiate Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data can be obtained by clicking the "more" link below or by contacting Nicole Fennern, Athletic Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 507-457-1638. + More Student Complaint Policy and Procedure + More Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota (SMUMN) is committed to respecting all members of our university community and providing a quality educational experience for all students. The objective of the Student Complaint Policy and Procedure is to ensure that the concerns and complaints of undergraduate or graduate students are addressed fairly and are resolved promptly. Complaints related to this policy are usually the result of behavior that the student feels is unjust, inequitable, or creates an unnecessary hardship. Students may file complaints if they believe a problem is not governed by SMUMN other complaint or appeal procedures. Many of the other complaint policies may be found in the SMUMN Student Handbooks and Catalogues. If there is a question regarding which appeal or complaint procedure is the most appropriate, students should contact the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services (School of Graduate and Professional Programs) or the Dean of Students (College). After consulting with the student, the Associate Vice President of the Dean or their representatives will direct the student to the most appropriate procedure. Procedure Whenever possible, students are encouraged to seek an informal resolution of the matter directly with the faculty or individual(s) involved. Often a complaint can be resolved in this way. However, if an informal approach is neither successful nor advisable, the student should use the following procedure: A student complaint form should be submitted to the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services or the Dean of Students. It should contain (at a minimum) the date and time of the alleged conflict or action, the reason(s) for the complaint, a summary of the complaint, a list of other persons who may provide information and any appropriate documentation. The student must also include the resolution or outcome he or she is seeking. The complaint must be submitted within ten (10) business days of the alleged conflict or action. See Catalog and Student Handbook for full policy and procedure.