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Landon Adamo Earns $127,000 Army ROTC Scholarship

June 16, 2021 // 0 Comments

In just his first year at the University of Saint Mary, education major Landon Adamo has already mapped out a 10-year plan: Earn a four-year degree from USM and then serve six years as an officer in the Kansas Army National Guard. As a Reserve Officer Training Corps Minuteman Scholarship recipient, [...]

Katie Pierce named NAIA Athletic Trainer of the Year

June 16, 2021 // 0 Comments

A key component to a student-athlete’s success is a dedicated team of athletic trainers, and University of Saint Mary students have the support of one of the best practitioners in the nation. USM Assistant Athletic Trainer Katie Pierce received the Athletic Trainer of the Year award from the [...]

Luke Skinner’s Leadership Reflects on Program Success

June 16, 2021 // 0 Comments

University of Saint Mary student-athlete Luke Skinner has been a consistent standout on the cross country course and track for the Spires. The 2021 biology graduate has earned several national accolades based off dominant performances during his career. In 2020, Skinner was the National Association [...]

Leave a Legacy

June 29, 2020 // 0 Comments

As a 1997 graduate of Saint Mary, I feel indebted to my professors, classmates, and the Sisters of Charity. I want the university to be shared with generations to come, so including Saint Mary in my final plans felt natural. The Legacy Society exists to recognize people who have made this special [...]

Saint Mary Through and Through

June 29, 2020 // 0 Comments

USM Alumni Are Shaping Education at Their Alma Mater On a bitterly cold November morning, Sister Rosie Kolich huddled in quiet reflection with a small group of students. She had intended to meet around the fountain on the University of Saint Mary campus, but snowy weather and a thin sheet of ice [...]

And the Survey Says…

June 29, 2020 // 0 Comments

Thank you to everyone who completed the 2020 Friends of Saint Mary Survey! We were amazed by the number of responses and are so grateful for all of you. We learned so much, but here are the top five lessons you shared with us. #1: More than 80 percent of you indicated that you often read the [...]