University description (as per official university website)
Mission: It is the mission of Saint Michaelís College to contribute through higher education to the enhancement of the human person and to the advancement of human culture in the light of the Catholic faith.
Curriculum: Liberal arts. 30 major fields of study. Emphasis on: honors, independent study, independent research, internships and study abroad. Affiliated with Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Location: 440-acre campus, situated between the shores of Lake Champlain and the majestic Green Mountains, in Colchester, Vermont, overlooking Burlington, the state's largest city with overall area population reaching 200,000.
People: 2,000 undergraduate students from 33 states and 13 countries (79% from outside Vermont); 150 faculty members, 94% with Ph.D. or highest appropriate degree. Student-faculty ratio of 12:1. Founded 1904 by the Society of Saint Edmund, a French order of Catholic priests.
International students: Special English as a Second Language programs are offered for international students through the School of International Studies, including a unique bridge program which assists international students in the transition to college-level course work.
Graduate Students: Five master's degree programs in Administration and Management; Clinical Psychology; Education; Teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language and Theology and Pastoral Ministry .
Facilities: Two campuses, Main and North. Main is the original and largest campus; it houses virtually all the classrooms, administration buildings and most residence halls, as well as the McCarthy Arts Center, the Durick Library, Alliot Student Center, the Ross Sports Center and Tarrant Recreation Center. North Campus, one mile from the Main campus, features residence halls, some apartments and studio arts facilities.
Admission: Competitive. 90% of entering students finish in the top half of their high school class. The middle 50% of students scored between 510-600 on the writing section of the SAT, between 500-600 on the critical reading section, and between 510-600 on the mathematics section. The combined score was between 1520-1810.
Saint Michael's rewards academic achievement and promise with a number of merit scholarships. All applicants for admission will be considered for merit-based scholarships.
For Vermont Residents
* The Presidential and The Green Mountain Scholarships
* The Parish Scholarship
For Residents of States Other than Vermont
* The Dean's Scholarship
* Other Saint Michael's Scholarships