A private university of 11,000 students near the center of Dallas, SMU offers strong undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through seven schools.
Single-game tickets start at just $20 for this Centennial Celebration and Homecoming game! Don't miss the huge halftime band performance and a fireworks display post-game as we wish SMU a Happy 100th Birthday! Buy tickets here.
The new Miller Campus Center at SMU-in-Taos, a gathering place for campus and community groups, was dedicated on July 18. Read more.
Summer is a great time to visit SMU! Get the inside track on admission, scholarships, financial aid and campus life, and discover the advantages of the vibrant city of Dallas. Schedule a visit today!
Our Mustang alumni are generous, involved, and committed to giving back to SMU! Find out what they have helped achieve during the 2014-15 school year.
As we prepare to celebrate Homecoming, we're collecting messages that wish SMU a happy 100th birthday. Leave your birthday greetings at smu.edu/happybirthday!
Ancient ancestors of today's Native Americans crossed terrain similar to this when migrating in a single wave to the New World from Siberia. Learn more.
Clements Foundation Gifts to SMU-in-TaosA $1 million gift from the Clements Foundation will support the position of the William P. Clements, Jr. Endowed Executive Director of SMU-in-Taos.
Noted ArchaeologistSMU's Prof. Fred Wendorf, who made groundbreaking discoveries in Africa and the American Southwest, has died.
STEMPREP GrantDepartment of Defense awards SMU's STEMPREP Project a $3.78m grant to help minorities.
New Harper Lee BookHarper Lee specialist Dean Thomas DiPiero reviews the long-awaited follow-up to "To Kill a Mockingbird."
OE2C NewsSMU is developing shared services centers in the areas of Finance, Information Technology and Facilities.
Taos Cultural InstituteThe SMU-in-Taos Cultural Institute offers in-depth topics related to northern New Mexico.
SMU AdventuresBlogs by students and faculty about interesting people and places the world over.
Year of the Student2015 is the Year of the Student at SMU as they shape their futures and impact their community.
Alumni NewsMedia handler Hope Hicks ’10 flies quietly in the eye of the Trump storm.
Mustang Minute VideosCandace Walkington conducts research with Guildhall campers using motion capture to teach math.
SMU Health CenterThe Health Center Medical Services staff are temporarily in the Loyd All-Sports Center.
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