Admitted Student Day is an exceptional way for admitted seniors and their families to explore and experience Saint Mary’s University.
This event — planned for Sunday and Monday, April 13-14 — is a chance to see what Saint Mary’s is about, both in and out of the classroom. It’s an opportunity to spend a night on the Winona campus, eat in the cafeteria and sit in on classes. Special sessions will also be presented about financial aid, the honors program, athletics, career outcomes, the Student Success Center, residence life and the study abroad program.
A bus is available for visitors from the Chicago area at no cost.
Families will check in Sunday evening at 5 p.m., attend presentations or classes on Monday and depart at 3 p.m. You can see the complete schedule or register online.
This event is just one way the SMU Office of Admission is presenting personalized experiences for potential students. About 200 students and their families attended Scholarship Recognition Day Feb. 22, during which the university recognized the accomplishments of its highest-achieving admitted students.
Attendees took a motor coach tour of Winona and learned more about the honors program, study abroad, financial aid and other topics. Saint Mary’s President Brother William Mann also hosted a celebrational dinner in their honor.