At Saint Martin's, we think, live and serve with heart.

Community is the heart of our campus. As Saints, we study, work and play together. We invite you to find your place, get involved and change the world however you can.

Who we are and what we believe

Since 1895, Saint Martin's University has been driven by our Benedictine values. These beliefs shape the way we develop our academic programs, create leadership and service opportunities, and build our community. We welcome students from all faiths, viewpoints and backgrounds because we believe the best exchange of ideas occurs in a diverse, inclusive environment.

Discover our family

What does community mean to you?

  • 1300 undergraduate students // 250 graduate students

  • 35 percent first in family to attend college

  • 100 percent receive financial support or aid

  • 19 nationalities // 59 percent identify as ethnically diverse

  • 53 percent women // 47 percent men

  • 20 + faiths // 45 percent Catholic

Think with heart

Explore our programs and visualize how you can change your world with a degree from Saint Martin’s University.

Arts and Sciences Education and Counseling Business Engineering

Live with heart

At Saint Martin's, we believe education extends beyond the classroom, with opportunities to learn and lead throughout campus.

Students perform a traditional dance on stage during the Saint Martin's Hawaii Club's annual luau

Get involved

Two male students and two female students form hearts with their hands at a Saints Pack the Pavilion basketball game

Enjoy our lively campus

From Weeks of Welcome to Pack the Pavilion to Spring Fair, there's always something to do on campus.

Explore our vibrant surroundings

Ideally situated between Portland and Seattle on the Puget Sound, adventure is never far from Saint Martin's University.

Video spotlight: Lacey and Olypmia area 

Serve with heart

Three Saint Martin's students participate in a service project on a local farm

Discover your way to give back

By serving each other, we learn more about ourselves.

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