Academic excellence

Saint Martin's is committed to supporting extensive academic programs and academic resources to best serve and prepare our students to make a positive difference in the world. These include in-demand pre-professional offerings alongside a strong social justice/liberal arts-minded core.

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Center for Student Success

The Center for Student Success is a hub for academic support and guidance. Peer tutors, Academic Advisors, and Disability Support Services team members are here to assist you. Explore all the support services the we have to offer, including the Advising Center, Writing Center, and Tutoring Center.

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4+1 programs

With 4 + 1 programs in accounting, business, computer science, education and engineering, undergraduate students can earn a master's in one additional year.

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Honor societies

Honor societies are one way that we recognize students who excel academically or as leaders among their peers, often within a specific academic discipline.

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Research

Saint Martin's offers unique opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in academic research and conferences across various disciplines.

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Study abroad

Saint Martin's encourages all students to study abroad and supports semester-long programs and short-term study exchange through our various partnerships.

Saints stories

Exploring our galaxy
"For the final project in the astrophysics class, the students calculated the motions of pulsating stars as they travel through space."
Andrea Kunder, Ph.D.
Physics
Faculty
Living Our Benedictine Values
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Listening
To hear keenly and sensitively the voices of persons and all created beings. “Listen...with the ear of your heart.” — Rule of Benedict Prologue
Exploring our galaxy
Andrea Kunder, Ph.D.
Physics
Faculty
Leveling Up
"Think about the industry you want to be in, care about it, research it, understand it. Be passionate about what you want to do. Don’t be afraid."
Gibran Zaman '17
Business Adminstration
Class of 2017
Living Our Benedictine Values
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Dignity of Work
To appreciate the dignity of work in God’s creation. "They live by the labor of their hands.” — Rule of Benedict 48
Leveling Up
Gibran Zaman '17
Business Adminstration
Class of 2017
Engineered for Success: Grad Program prepares for career at NASA
All of my professors were invested in me and I built great relationships with them. Honestly, because of the size and culture of Saint Martin’s I loved that learning, growth, and even career advice takes place everywhere, even in the hallways!
Kelsey Buckles MSME '20
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Class of 2020
Living Our Benedictine Values
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Hospitality
To offer warmth, acceptance and joy in welcoming others. “Let all...be received as Christ.” — Rule of Benedict 53
Engineered for Success: Grad Program Prepares for Career at NASA
Kelsey Buckles MSME '20
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Class of 2020
Advocating for diversity and equity in the public school system
"We all talked about the need for more teachers of color and what could be done to recruit and retain them."
Terae Harris ’16
Post-graduate School Administrator Certification
Class of 2016
Living Our Benedictine Values
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Respect for Persons
To respect each person regardless of class, background or professional skill. "No one is to pursue what is judged best for oneself, but instead, what is better for someone else." — Rule of Benedict 72
Advocating for diversity and equity in the public school system
Terae Harris ’16
Post-graduate School Administrator Certification
Class of 2016
Mastering Business, Developing People
“The MBA program and the content helped me understand that there is so much more in the leadership of organizations than managers and employees. My program of study helped me clarify that I wanted to be in a leadership role where I could be helping people, developing others, and learning from other people as well.”
John Iglesias MBA '01, Ph.D. Candidate
Master of Business Administration
Class of 2001
Living Our Benedictine Values
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Listening
To hear keenly and sensitively the voices of persons and all created beings. “Listen...with the ear of your heart.” — Rule of Benedict Prologue
Mastering Business, Developing People
John Iglesias MBA '01, Ph.D. Candidate
Master of Business Administration
Class of 2001

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