As a residential college, Saint Michael’s is dedicated to making the entire college experience rewarding, engaging, and filled with learning — both inside and outside the classroom. We welcome you to our learning community and look forward to helping you make your four years of college memorable and transformative.
This page contains the information you need during your first year as a student at St. Mike’s. More items will be added as the information becomes available.
Please click on the boxes below for important information for you and your families.
We look forward to welcoming you to campus! Welcome!
Connect With Your Class
Meet the Class of 2028 - in person or online - with our Admitted Student Days, Knight for a Day options and the Class of 2028 Instagram account!
Admitted Student Day
Visit Saint Michael's to get a glimpse of the incredible experiences that await you and make meaningful connections with your new classmates and faculty members!Sign Up Now!
Knight for a Day
Join us for this firsthand look at what it's like to be a part of our amazing community. Explore a faculty-led seminar, chat with current students, and enjoy any of our awesome campus activities!Sign Up Now
Meet the Class of 2028!
Meet and interact with your future friends and classmates from the Class of 2028 on Instagram and keep up-to-date on important events and deadlines.Join Now!
Forms and Information
Below you will find links to important forms that new students need to complete before arriving at Saint Michael's, as well as helpful resources and services for students and their families.
Academic and Student Support
Check out the information below to learn more about course selection, summer advising and how the Office of Purposeful Learning will impact your first year.
First Year Seminar
Each year, incoming Saint Michael's students enroll in a First-Year Seminar course and read a specially-chosen Common Text. Students read the Common Text over the summer andjoin in class discussion as part of their First-Year Seminar course, which they take in the first or second semester.