Mount Mary University offers an affordable education that emphasizes leadership, social justice and study abroad opportunities so you can graduate prepared to make an impact on your community.
Creativity is a part of who we are at Mount Mary University. A big part.
Students, faculty and staff form a close-knit community where everyone is eager to collaborate and innovate by taking risks with new ideas, working together through complexities, finding solutions to problems and keeping an open mind about what's to come in the future. This cooperative and inventive environment will help you strengthen your critical thinking and leadership skills, and position you as a leader at the forefront of a competitive marketplace.
At Mount Mary, you can choose from more than 30 undergraduate programs and nine graduate programs. Mount Mary's focus on teaching students to think creatively enhances your leadership ability and creates greater success in the workplace. When you graduate, you'll have the confidence and open mind to imagine and experiment with innovative ideas that push your organizations and yourself-to the top of your field.
Nearly 20 percent of Mount Mary students study abroad for a summer, a semester, a year or over a break. You can travel to places such as Nicaragua, Italy, Paris, Spain, Nova Scotia, Japan and more. We'll even work with you to make sure your international travels add to your program of study in as many ways as possible without delaying your graduation plans.
100% of full-time, first-year students receive an academic scholarship each year! Mount Mary offers numerous scholarships and financial aid opportunities to help you afford your education including the Caroline Scholarship, Grace Scholarship, Legacy Award, student employment and discipline-specific assistance.
Year Founded: 1913
School Type: Private
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Campus Environment: Welcoming and Supportive
Accreditation: The Higher Learning Commission
Undergraduate Enrollment: 920
Graduate Enrollment: 555
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
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