University of Saint Mary Student Consumer Information


Affordability

The University of Saint Mary is committed to making quality education affordable:

+ 100% of incoming freshmen receive aid of some kind

+ USM provides over $6 million in scholarships every year

+ The average amount of a Saint Mary student's federal loans is BELOW the national average (Source: College Scorecard). Learn more about USM's tuition & cost »

 

Return on Investment

University of Saint Mary students are in high demand. Consider:

+ 14 of 19 USM 2014 education program grads were employed in the education field within 6 months of graduation, and 3 are enrolled in graduate programs.

+ Recent USM pre-health students are very successful, continuing their studies in medical schools, dental schools, and veterinary medicine programs.

+ USM students are more likely to be able to repay their student loans than the national average (Source: College Scorecard).

+ Where can a USM Degree take you? From doctors, dentists, and nurses to major corporate executives and entrepreneurs, click here to see what Saint Mary grads are up to today!

 

Retention

USM Retention Rates for recent freshmen:

+ About 70% of the 2013 freshmen class (or 72 of 104) returned for their sophomore year.

+ The Saint Mary retention rate is on par with many other Kansas colleges, public and private


Learn more USM facts and figures at College Navigator.

 

Graduation Rate

USM Graduation Rate for recent cohorts:

+ 53% of the freshmen that entered in 2007 graduated in six years. 


+ 33% of the freshmen that entered in 2009 graduated in four years. 

+ The Saint Mary six-year and four-year graduation rates for the most recent cohorts are on par with fellow independent Kansas colleges. 

+ Saint Mary students are more likely to graduate in four years than students at public Kansas colleges and universities. 

Learn more USM facts and figures at College Navigator.



 

Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) Report

The University of Saint Mary provides annual reports to the Department of Education on athlete participation, staffing, revenues and expenses by men's and women's teams. Copies of the most recent EADA report are available upon request in the admissions office, or can be downloaded by following this link.