Tuition & Fees
“Public” means we’re devoted to accessibility, diversity, and affordability. We have the highest four-year graduation rate in Maryland and the lowest average debt amongst graduates of all Maryland public 4 year institutions.
Source: The Institute for College Access & Success, College InSight, http://www.college-insight.org.
Contact the Office of Financial Aid at email@example.com or call 240-895-3000.
To apply for need-based aid*, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before March 1. Our Title IV code is 002095.
Tuition and Other Costs of Attendance
To help everyone meet the costs of a St. Mary's education, families receive individual attention in both the admissions and financial aid processes. Contact the financial aid department to help plan for tuition costs.
2013-2014 Estimated Yearly Expenses*
Full Time Students (12 semester-hours or more)
|Maryland Resident||Non-Maryland Resident|
|Billable Charges to SMCM||$26,500||$14,865||$40,300|
¹Fees support a variety of programs including campus facilities, special events (for example, lectures and fine arts programs), and student activities.
*The Trustees reserve the right to adjust the rates should that prove necessary.
**Room- based on Dorm: double occupancy
***Board- based on Gold Plan (20 Guest Passes + $600 Dining Dollars)
Cost Per Year
|Dorm: Single Occupancy||
|Dorm: Double Occupancy||
|Dorm: Triple or Quad Occupancy||
|Suite: Double Occupancy
|Apartment: Single Occupancy||
|Apartment: Double Occupancy||
|Townhouse (excluding utilities)||
2014 Meal Plan Costs
Cost Per Year
|Silver Plan (12 Guest Passes + $400 Dining Dollars)||
|Gold Plan (20 Guest Passes + $600 Dining Dollars)||
|Platinum Plan (32 Guest Passes + $800 Dining Dollars)||
|250 Meal Plan (250 meals + $ 600 Dining Dollars)||
|150 Meal Plan (150 meals + $600 Dining Dollars)||
|Flex Plan (20 meals + $800 Dining Dollars)||