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About Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Surrounded by the majestic bluffs of the Mississippi River Valley in southeastern Minnesota, this scenic, residential campus is home to about 1,350 undergraduate students. They enjoy small classes with lively discussions and hands-on educational activities. The curriculum combines traditional liberal arts and sciences with career preparation in a student-centered environment. Outside of class, the vibrant Winona campus buzzes with student activity: clubs, sports, music, theatre, campus ministry, and much more. A variety of volunteer programs encourage students to learn in and contribute to the broader community.
Twin Cities Campus
Saint Mary’s University opened its Minneapolis campus in 1984 to focus primarily on meeting the needs of adult students in graduate education as well as bachelor degree completion programs. Saint Mary’s helped pioneer the accelerated programming format and has experienced significant growth over the past few decades.
Accelerated learning and flexible scheduling make it possible to work full time and earn a bachelor's, master's or doctoral degree in Rochester. Take advantage of an exceptional academic value and learn from faculty who are practitioners in their fields, The Rochester Center was established in 1985. Due to a partnership between Saint Mary's University and the Rochester Community and Technical College, hassle-free credit transfers policies are available for bachelor completion program applicants. An array of programs are offered based on needs of students in and around Rochester. Classes are held in the Heintz Center.
Saint Mary's has a new location in Oakdale, MN to serve students in the east metropolitan area.
Apple Valley Center
Saint Mary’s began offering graduate school courses in Apple Valley during the summer and fall of 2003. Since then, Saint Mary’s Apple Valley Center has expanded to include bachelor-completion and master’s degree programs in business and police science as well as advanced degrees in education. Nearly 5,000 students have benefitted from Saint Mary’s presence at the Apple Valley location.
You will find Saint Mary's campuses in Winona and Minneapolis; centers in Rochester, Oakdale and Apple Valley; and course delivery sites around Minnesota and Wisconsin.
New Student Housing
New-student housing is substance-free, traditional, corridor-style halls housing between 40 to 100 students. All new-student housing is within close proximity to the dining-hall, student mailboxes, and athletic venues. Incoming students are placed in double rooms with a roommate.
Our upperclass halls are co-ed. These halls house between 40 to 139 students. Living arrangements range from traditional, corridor-style residence halls to suites with a bathroom, shared bedroom with a bathroom, single room, and apartments with a bath and an efficiency kitchenette. Some of the halls alternate female/male by floors, while others alternate by room. The mission of the villages (apartment-style living) is to prepare mature and responsible junior and senior students for the more independent lifestyle they will experience after graduation.
Graduate Housing is available upon application on a first come, first serve basis. Some single rooms are available as well as a limited number of two-person apartments.
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