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Omaha • Business
Sitting on a 132-acre (53 ha) campus just outside Omaha's downtown business district, the university currently enrolls about 8,236 graduate and undergraduate students.
Omaha • Physics • Business • Film, Radio, Television • Health Care Sciences, Services • Nursing • Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Medical Imaging
Omaha • Law
Omaha • Dentistry, Oral Surgery • Surgery
It has recently refocused on its original purpose of "creating Church leaders."
Omaha • Physics • Business • Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology • Nursing
With more than 30 undergraduate and seven graduate degree programs, College of Saint Mary offers associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in high-demand majors such as occupational therapy, physician assistant studies, nursing, biology, business, education and legal studies. The student-to-faculty ratio is 10:1.
In 2004 CSM launched the largest campaign in its history, the $25 million Campaign for CSM. This effort was designed to provide critical resources in three key areas: Endowment building, growth of the annual scholarship fund and campus/facility improvements. The goal of $25 million was surpassed by the fall of 2009, yielding the transformation of the Campus Park (2006), the addition of Hixson-Lied Commons (2007), as well as the modernization of Walsh Hall (2007) and the renovation of CSM's Math and Science Building (2008). Hixson-Lied Commons is the location of CSM's Library as well as Christina's Place, a cafe offering coffee, breakfast and lunch options.
Since 2009, CSM's enrollment has been over 1,000 students and the residence halls have experienced record numbers in both 2010 and again in 2011 with 223 students living on-campus. The burgeoning residence halls and the need for additional OT laboratory space led to a $10 million campaign to build a new residence hall. CSM broke ground on the new residence hall in 2010, and Madonna Hall opened in 2012 to serve the Mothers Living & Learning program.