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At A Glance


Hilltop Scholars Program • Up to 165 first-year students • High academic achievement • Commitment to leadership and community service


Mexico, with credit courses during summer and winter breaks.


Integrated living and learning Our Residential Commons is an in- tegrated academic and residential experience where students live alongside faculty mentors in a collaborative living and learning environment, fostering intellectual exchanges and personal growth. smu.edu/rc


A vibrant campus


There are more than 200 clubs and organizations spanning a variety of activities and 500 performances, concerts, and exhibits on campus during the school year. SMU’s en- vironment of inclusivity fosters a deeper understanding of diversity. Signature programs implemented through the Office of Social Change and Intercultural Engagement include REAL Talk, which gives students and other members of the SMU communi- ty an opportunity to discuss current, relevant events and the impact they have on diversity, equality, and social justice. From multicultural Greek life to student associations attracting members from around the globe, there are myriad ways to make your mark, meet new people, and develop leadership skills.


A community of scholars At SMU, we celebrate intellectual pursuits that transcend assignments and class discussions. Our honors communities enhance the academic experience for students selected on academic achievement and extra- curricular involvement. Dedicated faculty members encourage scholar- ship in smaller class sizes. Community engagement includes service projects, leadership development, study abroad, and research projects.


University Honors Program • Up to 185 first-year students, representing the top 10%


• Demonstrated high academic achievement


• Six courses enhancing the University Curriculum


• One Honors culminating project


President’s Scholars Program • Our highest academic award • 20–25 President’s Scholars selected each year


• Opportunities to interact personally with world leaders through the Tate Lecture Series


• Annual retreat at SMU-in-Taos • Funding for a study abroad experience


Nancy Ann and Ray L. Hunt Leadership Scholars Program • Unique leadership merit award • About 20 Hunt Scholars selected each year


• First-year leadership development course


• Opportunities to interact personally with world leaders through the Tate Lecture Series


• Annual program retreat at the start of the fall semester


• Alumni mentoring for junior Hunt Scholars


• Hunt Leadership Scholars Program study abroad experience during May term of sophomore year


To find your community of scholars, visit smu.edu/honors. n


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SMU is a nationally ranked comprehensive research university with a liberal arts tra- dition located near the heart of Dallas.


SIZE OF CAMPUS: 234-acre main campus in Dallas; 423-acre SMU-in-Taos campus in the mountains of Northern New Mexico


NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 11,649 under- graduate and graduate students in seven degree-granting schools


NUMBER OF FACULTY: 1,577 full- and part- time faculty; 11:1 student-faculty ratio


COLLEGES, PROGRAMS, AND DEGREES: More than 100 majors and 85 minors; nationally recognized graduate and profes- sional programs; explore areas of study at smu.edu/majors.


GEOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY: 39% of first- year class from Texas, 56% out of state, and 5% outside of the US representing 59 countries; 36% of undergraduates from diverse ethnic backgrounds


FINANCIAL AID: SMU’s many academic scholarships reward academic excellence. Students who apply by November 1 for Early Decision I or Early Action, or January 15 for Early Decision II or Regular Decision, are automatically considered for SMU’s academic scholarships. The priority financial aid deadline corresponds with the chosen application deadline; three out of four undergraduates receive scholarships and/or financial aid.


TEST SCORE REQUIREMENTS: Official SAT or ACT scores are required for all students graduating from high schools in the United States. (SMU does not require the SAT Essay or the ACT Writing test.) Film BFA, Music, Theatre, Dance, and Studio Art applicants are not required to submit test scores. SMU superscores the highest Critical Reading and Math SAT sections and calculates the average of the best individual section scores to create a brand-new composite ACT score. The SMU Office of Undergraduate Admission accepts self-reported test scores during the application process but requires official SAT and ACT scores at the time of enrollment for the groups specified.


APPLICATION DEADLINES AND FEES: November 1 for Early Action and Early Decision I; January 15 for Early Decision II and Regular Decision; the non-refundable application fee is $60. smu.edu/apply


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