At Saint Martin’s University, our students are scholars, scientists, philosophers and artists. Whether they are studying education or engineering, biology or business, Saints are guided by our Catholic, Benedictine values, which include dignity of work, listening and justice. Saints learn with a mission—to determine how they will make a positive difference in their lives and in the lives of others. What will you study?

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Research and scholarship

Our faculty craft a curriculum that goes beyond a simple job-focused outcome. The skills you develop in class flourish through leadership roles and participation in research alongside your professors. What will you learn next?

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Study abroad

In his recent encyclical, Pope Francis reminds us that we are “one world with a common plan.” As a means to this end, we encourage all our students to participate in study abroad. Live and learn in over 20 countries around the globe. North, south, east or west. Which direction will you go?

Terae Harris sits at her desk

Outcomes and careers

What makes a meaningful life? For our alumni it is commitment to social justice, sustainability and a life of compassionate service, no matter their profession. How will you make your life meaningful?

Center for Student Success

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Diversity and Equity Center

Students admire the We Are The People posters in the new Diversity and Equity center