Undergraduate schools: Three, including Economics and Business Administration Liberal Arts, and Science.
Undergraduate degrees: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science
Graduate degrees: Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Leadership, Master of Education, Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, Master of Business Administration, Executive Master of Business Administration, and Doctorate in Educational Leadership
Student-faculty ratio: 11:1
Average class size: 19
Academic calendar: 4-1-4, two four-month terms and one four-week January Term.
Number of full-time faculty: 219
Percentage of full-time faculty with doctorates: 95percent
Number of undergraduates: 2,754, including 650 freshmen
Number of adult and graduate students: 1,276
Gender distribution of fall 2015 freshmen: Female: 62 percent Male: 38 percent
Geographic diversity of fall 2015 freshmen Northern California: 70percent Southern California: 13percent Out of state: 16percent International: 2percent
Percent of undergraduates living on campus: Freshmen & upperclassmen: 55percent Freshmen: 99percent
Division I teams: 17
Club sports teams: 13
Conference affiliation: West Coast Conference
Mascot: The Gael
Located in Moraga, just 23 miles east of San Francisco, the 420-acre campus enjoys a moderate climate that permits yearlong outdoor recreation, with ample opportunities for hiking and biking on area trails. There are several parks in the area and two shopping centers.
The Saint Mary's College Museum of Art is the only accredited art museum in Contra Costa County, and features work from widely acclaimed artists and collections.
The Creative Writing Reading Series features guest authors and poets.
The Performing Arts Department presents student productions in theatre, music and dance.
River of Words provides art and poetry programs and curricula for k-12 students and teachers.
FACTS & FIGURES
Tuition and fees: $42,780
Room and board: $14,490
Percentage of full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 86 percent
Percentage of freshmen receiving financial aid: 75 percent
Average undergraduate financial aid package: $31,995