Monday Vigil for Orlando Victims in Chapel

Pleaes join us as we light a candle in the Chapel at 12 p.m. on Monday, June 13, and sit quietly in prayer for all the victims of the Orlando shootings and their families.

Celebrating Milestones - Staff Service Awards

The Annual Staff Service Awards began with 31 employees in 1983 with a reception to recognize longstanding service to the College and its students. This year we are honoring 45 staff members with 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 40 years of service with the College from January 1-December 31, 2015. The event will be held on June 10, 2016.

Museum to Open New Exhibits

The Saint Mary's College Museum of Art is welcoming four new exhibits this Sunday, June 5! 

Come enjoy our annual Summer landscape exhibit. We maintain normal business hours all summer, Wednesday through Sunday 11 to 4:30. Students, faculty, and staff free admission. 

Check out our website for more information.  

Staff Town Hall - June 14

Formerly known as "the Rumor Mill," this annual meeting is a chance for staff to bring their questions and concerns before the President's Cabinet. Tuesday, June 14, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm, Hagerty Lounge, De La Salle Hall

Parking Management & Transportation Planning Update

The Campus Facilities Planning Committee, with the assistance of Walker Parking Consultants, gained an understanding of current campus parking demands and dynamics, true costs of providing parking and transportation services on campus, and the implications of supply and demand mangement strategies. Read more to see the full report.

Grad Student Basketballers

bballWith recent standout careers as undergraduates at Pac-12 schools—Stanford University and University of Washington—Aaron Bright and Desmond Simmons will join the Saint Mary’s men’s basketball program in the fall looking for one more opportunity to show their skills on the hardwood.

Saint Mary’s College of California Announces New Dean of the Kalmanovitz School of Education

sindtSaint Mary's College announces the appointment of Christopher Sindt as Dean of the Kalmanovitz School of Education.

National Science Foundation Awards the College More Than $600K for STEM Student Scholarships and Programs

Saint Mary’s College has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant, the largest from the organization in the College’s history, to provide scholarship support for low-income students and enrichment programming for students majoring in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

New Endowment Fund Established at Saint Mary’s to Help Needy Students

Saint Mary’s has received a $500,000 grant from the Fletcher Jones Foundation to establish a new scholarship fund. The new Fletcher Jones Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund will help qualified under-resourced undergraduates at Saint Mary’s pay for their education.

Choosing Gaels: A Conversation with Mike McKeon

McKeonThe Admissions staff, who have been looking a little distracted lately, are just finishing up the arduous task of reviewing applications and deciding which young people are going to get the opportunity to be Gaels.