Welcome New Graduate Students!
You’ve got what it takes to succeed at Saint Mary’s College. You should be proud of your many accomplishments. We can’t wait to welcome you to campus and our community.
Being admitted was a big step on the road to earning your graduate degree. Now it’s time to focus on what comes next. This page contains the information you need to get ready for your first day of class. Communications from your department will contain specific dates and deadlines.
Pay your enrollment deposit
A $500 deposit is required to reserve your seat in the class. This deposit is non-refundable, and is applied toward your first semester tuition. Enrollment deposits may be paid online or by returning your enrollment form with a check or money order.
Women enrolled in a campus-based program may live on campus. A $500 deposit is required to reserve your seat in the class and begin the housing process. This deposit is non-refundable, and is applied as follows: $300 toward your first semester tuition and $200 as a security deposit for on campus housing. Enrollment deposits may be paid online or by returning your enrollment form with a check or money order.
After your deposit has been received…
Set up your Saint Mary’s email account
- After we receive your deposit, you’ll receive an email from ResNet@saintmarys.edu with instructions.
- Check your Saint Mary’s email account or forward your messages to an account you check often. You will receive email from the College at your Saint Mary’s email address.
Send Final Transcripts
- Send a final, official transcript including your undergraduate degree conferral to the Graduate Admission Office.
- Your final transcript must be on file prior to the start of your program.
- If you plan to use campus health services, you must complete the graduate health form.
- If you plan to live on-campus, you must complete the graduate health form.
- The form does not require a physical, but you will need your immunization records.
- Women enrolled in the Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology program may apply to live on-campus in one of the residence halls. You will receive an email to your Saint Mary’s email address with information about how and when to apply for on-campus housing.
- Students enrolled in the Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology program living off-campus should consider leasing an apartment or house as soon as possible. With several colleges in the area, the most desirable off-campus housing options are often taken before August
- Housing Resources