Saint Martin’s University

Lacey, Washington
4-year Private university

Overview

Saint Martin’s University is a private institution established in 1895 with suburban setting located at Lacey. Its tuition and fees are $35,656 (2017-18). It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,310. It practices semester-based academic calendar.

#147 in Engineering Programs (no doctorate)
Setting
Suburban
Location Lacey, Washington
Type 4-year Private
Year Founded 1895
Selectivity Unselective
Size Small
1,316 Undergraduates

Learning

11:1
Student-Faculty Ratio
Business/Marketing
Most Popular Major

Majors Available

  • Biological And Biomedical Sciences
  • Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services
  • Communication, Journalism, And Related Programs
  • Computer And Information Sciences And Support Services
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • English Language And Literature/Letters
  • Health Professions And Related Programs
  • History
  • Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, Firefighting And Related Protective Services
  • Mathematics And Statistics
  • Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Philosophy And Religious Studies
  • Physical Sciences
  • Psychology
  • Public Administration And Social Service Professions
  • Social Sciences
  • Visual And Performing Arts

Cost

$52,895
Cost of Attendance
$21,355
Average Student Contribution
Instate Tution Fee $37,356
Outstate Tuition Fee $37,356
Room and Board Fees $11,445
$45,000 Median Salary After 2 years of Graduation

Applying

95% (Unselective) Acceptance Rate
Admission Difficulty: Minimally Difficult
$0 Application Fee
3.37 Average High School GPA

Application Requirements

SAT/ACT Required
SAT/ACT Writing (essay) Not Required
SAT Subject Test Not Required
Essay or Personal Statement Required
SAT Score Range
Middle 50% (25% - 75%) scores range
ACT Score Range
Middle 50% (25% - 75%) scores range

How to Apply?

Accepts CommonApp
Other Applications Accepted Paper

For International Students

71 Minimum TOEFL Score
TOEFL Requirement: Required
IELTS, TOEIC Other English Language Tests Accepted
(in lieu of TOEFL)
Deadlines for Fall Intake Applications
Jul
31
Regular Decision Deadline
Rolling Admission
Nov
01
Priority Application Deadline
Transfer Applications
Aug
01
Transfer Applications Deadline
For Financial Aid
Jan
01
Financial Aid Priority Application Deadline
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--
Financial Aid Application Deadline

Scholarships and Financial Aid

$28,575 Average Financial Aid

Need-based Aid

$26,248 Average Need-based Aid
Cost of Attendance for out-of-state students: $52,895
100% Students with need received Financial Aid
78% Students had their need fully met
Deadline for need-based financial application Priority Deadline January 1
Forms to be submitted FAFSA

Merit Scholarships

Available
Chancellor's Scholarship
Total Worth 17,500 per year
Eligibility All incoming freshmen
Minimum Criteria --
Requirement for maintenance --
Separate application needed No
Application deadline N/A
President's Scholarship
Total Worth 16,000 per year
Eligibility All incoming freshmen
Minimum Criteria --
Requirement for maintenance --
Separate application needed No
Application deadline N/A
Dean's Scholarship
Total Worth 15,000 per year
Eligibility All incoming freshmen
Minimum Criteria --
Requirement for maintenance --
Separate application needed No
Application deadline N/A

Other Scholarships

Outstanding Achievment Awards
Total Worth 1,000 per year
Details $1,000 International Leadership Award (demonstrated leadership abilities, essay required for application)
$1,000 Outstanding Service Award (demonstrated outstanding community service, essay required for application)
Legacy Award
Total Worth 2000
Details If your brother, sister, mother, father or grandparent graduated from Saint Martin’s, you may be eligible to receive a $2,000 Legacy Award. List the names of all relatives who attended Saint Martin’s on your Admission application. We will verify their attendance and include the scholarship in your financial aid award.

Students

1,316 Total Undergraduate Enrollment
School Size: Small
76% Freshmen return to Sophomore Year
59% Students graduate within 6 years