Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
Founded in 1912, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is a private, non-profit university offering undergraduate, bachelor’s completion, master’s and doctoral degrees. Its undergraduate, residential, liberal arts college offers 59 majors at 450-acre Winona Campus, and bachelor's completion and certificate programs are offered at both Twin Cities and Winona campuses. The university also offers a range of student activities that includes student government, campus ministry, committees, publications, volunteering, special interest and political groups, performing and visual arts, departmental clubs, and sports and recreation.
The intramural and club sports options available include ballroom dancing, basketball, broomball, cheerleading, dance team, dodgeball, fencing, flag football, handball, hockey, kickball, rugby, scuba diving, snowboarding, soccer, softball, volleyball, water polo and skiing.
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota also has a student success center that is designed to support students in their academic course work and personal development. Resources offered by the university includes support in advising, academic and personal skills, disabilities, testing, tutoring, writing, and career services and internships
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