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Academic support & success

Each of you is on a unique adventure that began when you decided to attend college. We are honored that you chose Saint Martin's as your partner in this endeavor. It is our privilege to provide you with the support tools you need to successfully complete the journey. Explore this page to find the different offices and centers committed to helping you on the way.

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The key to success is more than just academics

Academic success requires more than just academic support. Visit our Student wellbeing page to learn about the wholistic services available to you to support you on your journey.

Student wellbeing services

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Center for Student Success

The Center for Student Success is a hub for academic guidance with learning assistance in the form of peer tutoring, first-year, and pre-major advising.

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Disability Support Services

Saint Martin's Disability Support Services provide students with disabilities academic equity through accommodations, advocacy and academic support services.


The Diversity and Equity Center (DEC)

The Diversity and Equity Center (DEC) seeks to build a campus community that engenders inclusive excellence, facilitates intercultural understanding, and promotes social justice learning.

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O'Grady Library

With 81,542 print titles, e-books, e-journals, print magazines, newspapers, streaming videos and a brand new media center, the O'Grady Library is at the heart of our academic lives here at Saint Martin's.

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Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar has many roles, including: registration functions (add/drop/withdrawals), transcript processing, enrollment verifications, VA certifications, and graduation processing and diplomas.

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Office of the Provost

The Office of the Provost oversees all academic programs and academic co-curricular activities to ensure that academic excellence defines the teaching experience of faculty and the learning experience of students at Saint Martin’s University.

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Saints Care

Saints Care of Saint Martin’s is a student support network bringing together campus partners—faculty, staff, families and students—to foster the success of each student in their navigation of campus life. Any community member who has a concern about a student—academic, socio-emotional, or anything else—can submit a report to connect that student with a team member who will provide resources to support them

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Bias Impact Resource Team (BIRT)

The Saint Martin’s University Bias Impact Response Team (BIRT) is a group of selected University community members appointed by the President to monitor and address incidents of bias to help Saint Martin’s live out its meaning and practice of community. Persons who experience incidents of bias are encouraged to report the incident through the BIRT Report form.


Title IX

Title IX protects students, employees, applicants for admission and employment, and other persons from all forms of sexual discrimination. If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence, sexual harassment, sexual discrimination, sexual misconduct, domestic violence, dating violence or stalking, connect with one of Saint Martin's Title IX coordinators.

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College of Arts and Sciences

Spanning the arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences, and characterized by an educational environment that is both rigorous and supportive, the College of Arts and Sciences offers 20 undergraduate major programs and 20 minor programs.

College of Education and Counseling

The College of Education and Counseling is committed to educating dynamic, engaged, and culturally responsive leaders. Our graduates step into their schools, organizations, government agencies and nonprofits ready to engage with their communities in a way that honors and celebrates diversity in the spirit of Benedictine values. Join us in this important work - grounded in mission and driven by a vision of equitable education for all!

School of Business

The School of Business is committed to developing leaders for tomorrow’s business world. Our undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs provide students with the necessary skills to succeed in today's fast-changing world.

Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering

The Hal and Inge Marcus School of Engineering seeks to provide our graduates with an education that will prepare them for successful careers in engineering practice and serve as preparation for advanced graduate studies, all while keeping with our Benedictine tradition as the guiding principle.