Saint Martin's opened its doors Sept. 11, 1895, for a single student, Angus McDonald, who reportedly traveled by canoe from Shelton, some 25 miles away. He was joined by several more students in the following weeks, but until their arrival, received a full course of high school-level classes as the school’s lone enrollee.
Dedication to research and scholarly activity permeates the air at Saint Martin's. Our faculty write books, publish and travel the world as Fulbright Scholars. They work side-by-side with students on real-world projects, cultivating curiosity and care. Our students develop academic investigations of their own, including a senior capstone project under the mentorship of their faculty advisor. If accepted, they present at our annual Scholars Day conference. Some have gone on to be published. Even our staff present at professional conferences and complete advanced degrees. Our commitment to lifelong learning provides fertile ground for scholastic achievement and an enduring call to inquiry.
The Career Center is wholeheartedly committed to supporting our diverse student population in defining their career goals and objectives as they relate to future employment and graduate school opportunities. As an office, we will:
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The TUB (our name for the Trautman Student Union Building) houses the campus concierge, which offers:
The O’Grady Library building emerged from a decades-long community vision, a dream realized and sustained by the hard work, dedication, and contributions of so many. Welcome.
With 22 computers available for student use, the Computer Resource and Copy Center in Old Main 350 is available to students, faculty, and staff for your printing, scanning, and computer needs.
The physical beauty of Saint Martin’s 300-acre campus reflects the rich intellectual and spiritual nature of its presence in the Pacific Northwest.
Saint Martin's University is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
The academics are great in regards to you receiving a quality education from compassionate professors. The student life is rich as indicated by the myriad countries represented within the university.
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