Saint Michael’s College

Saint Michael’s is a Catholic college founded by the Society of Saint Edmund in 1904. Its guiding principles of education, justice and service to the poor are at the heart of the Saint Michael’s experience. Saint Michael’s mission is 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.

Saint Michael’s College has earned a number of accolades. It was ranked the 105th best national liberal arts college by U.S. News and World Report in 2015, was called one of the “best and most interesting 322 colleges” by the Fiske Guide to Colleges, was featured in The Princeton Review’s “Best 380 Colleges” and was included in 2015 Kiplinger’s “Best College Values in Private Colleges”.

The student body at Saint Michael’s is comprised of 2,000 undergraduate students, 370 graduate students and 137 international students. Of those students, 55% are women and 45% are male. Saint Michael’s students hail from 29 states and 36 countries. The faculty is comprised of 148 full-time faculty members; 91% have a Ph.D. or the highest attainable degree in their field. The average class size is 19 students.

Saint Michael’s offers 36 majors, an honors program, independent research, and internship opportunities. The campus is comprised of 440 acres; minutes from Burlington, VT, and 98% of the students live on campus. Saint Michael’s has 21 varsity athletic teams competing in NCAA Division II.

For more information, visit Saint Michael’s College’s website.