Saint Joseph’s College students are welcome at The Woods!
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College welcomes you in continuing your Catholic education at The Woods. The SMWC Team will help you transfer credits and complete your degree on campus or online. SMWC empowers students to think critically, engage in lifelong leadership, and effect positive change in a spirit of service and social responsibility.
Founded by Indiana’s Saint Mother Theodore Guerin, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College has a 177-year legacy as a Catholic college that has embodied a spirit of student-centered academic innovation, faith and leadership. With small class sizes, you get to know your professors and fellow students, both women and men as the College expanded its mission to include men in all programs two years ago.
The Woods is located on a beautiful and majestic campus in west central Indiana and offers 25 majors, delivered both on campus and online. Among the most popular majors are nursing, education, business administration, music therapy and equine.
Your first step is to apply for admission to SMWC by completing the free online application. SMWC is offering an expedited admission process for all SJC transfer students.
Q&A for students thinking of transferring to SMWC
I will be a sophomore, junior or senior this Fall 2017, can I transfer to SMWC and graduate on time?
SMWC is committed to making your transfer as seamless as possible to help you reach your on-time graduation goals. The SMWC team is prepared to help you build on your educational achievements and will sit down with you to review your previous course work and life experience to help design a plan of study, as well as explore scholarships. Your first step is to complete the free online application. As an SJC transfer student, your application will be expedited.
Will SMWC offer me scholarships comparable to what I received at SJC?
SMWC has several scholarships available and will do everything possible to provide you with an attractive and comparable scholarship package to that you had at SJC.
I am an athlete, can I transfer to an SMWC team? Am I eligible for an athletic scholarship?
Yes! SMWC offers 10 sports teams: women’s softball, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, women’s volleyball, women’s and men’s cross country, women’s and men’s golf, coeducational equestrian teams in hunt seat and western. SMWC will provide you with an attractive and comparable scholarship package.
I will be a SJC senior or junior this Fall 2017 and have already completed my SJC general education core, do I have to retake some or all of the SMWC general education core?
It is very likely that you will not be required to take additional general studies courses, which we will confirm once your official transcript evaluation is completed. If you have between 30 and 60 remaining hours to complete, SMWC will do everything possible to help you graduate on time.
Can I finish my degree with SMWC online?
Yes! You may continue your studies in Woods Online. Your admission counselor can help you carefully evaluate your course of study and how you might transfer seamlessly from on campus to online courses. Your first step is to complete the free online application.
I am a high school senior who was planning to attend SJC in the fall. What do I need to do to now attend SMWC? Will you match my scholarships from SJC?
If you made a decision to attend SJC in the Fall of 2017 and if you have already been accepted by SJC, SMWC will fast-track your admission decision and you will likely be admitted to SMWC. SMWC will provide you with an attractive and comparable scholarship package. Your first step is to complete the free online application.
SMWC is an official teach-out school for SJC
As a teach-out school, SMWC can help you complete your college degrees on time.
With SMWC, you can:
- Choose from 25 majors
- Participate in 7 sports: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, volleyball, and equestrian.
- Be heard in class with 8:1 student to faculty ratio
- Explore more than 20 clubs and organizations
- Get help pay for college with approximately 95 percent of campus students receiving financial assistance
- Network with 8,487 alumni worldwide