Building The Campus For Tomorrow

The University of Saint Mary launched the $30 million Campus for Tomorrow capital campaign in Summer 2014 to provide our students with the learning and living environment they need to maximize their success. Twenty-first Century job readiness begins here at USM—and for our students to continue to meet the growing needs of society, they deserve a campus that facilitates and encourages collaboration and active learning.

Thanks to the generosity of private gifts from alumni and friends, incredible progress marks this campaign—with achievements that will be felt for decades to come.

Together, we will build the Campus for Tomorrow.

What’s Been Achieved

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COMPLETE: Miege Science Lab; Goal: $350,000

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COMPLETE: Berchmans Hall Fourth Floor; Goal: $980,000

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COMPLETE: Entry Way and Increased Parking; Goal: $50,300

Progress Update: What’s Coming

PHASE 2:

Keleher Learning Commons
Raised: $1.2 M Goal: $3.8M

With higher education shifting from lock-step coursework to active learning and technology making today’s students more connected than ever, Saint Mary is responding with campus improvements that account for these changes. USM will transform its traditional library into a 21st Century Learning space, and name it in honor of a great friend: Archbishop James Keleher.

PHASE 3:

Residential Housing
Raised: $1.4 M Goal: $14.3

As our student population continues to change and grow, additional housing options are crucial. We are studying the feasibility of several potential housing solutions—including a new traditional residence hall for undergraduates, as well as higher-end apartments or town homes for graduate students.

Learn more at stmary.edu/CampusForTomorrow

 

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