A private university of 11,000 students near the center of Dallas, SMU offers strong undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through seven schools.
SMU celebrated Commencement on Saturday on the Historic Main Quad. Learn more.
SMU encourages DISD students to "Pony Up and read" as part of Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings' eight-week summer reading program. Learn more.
Join the race to the finish line by making a gift during this year’s Horsepower Challenge, which runs from April 1 – May 31! Learn more.
Plan your visit to the Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
From our campus in Dallas, our students, faculty and alumni have an impact on the world every day. Learn more.
Through The Second Century Campaign, SMU is creating a new and innovative living-learning environment called the Residential Commons. Learn more.
The new digital currency Bitcoin is all the rage, but a new study by an SMU computer scientist finds account holders are at risk when using Bitcoin currency exchanges. Learn more.
You’re sure to fall in love with SMU when you visit. Tour the campus and residence halls, meet SMU admission staff, faculty and current students, and discover the advantages of the vibrant city of Dallas. Schedule your visit now.
Congrats to the GradsFormer U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison received an honorary degree during commencement Saturday.
‘Epic’ CollaborationSMU alumni James V. Hart and William Joyce talk about their new movie due out in theaters May 24.
Physics in ItalyTwo students and their professor travel to Italy to make physics presentations.
A vital new resource
Learn more about the impact of the Bush Presidential Center on SMU.
Facts about SMU
SMU is a private university educating students to have an impact on the world.
Year in ReviewWatch some of the highlights of the 2012-13 school year.
Summer CampsSMU offers a variety of camp programs, including Legos, the arts, athletics and academics.
Bitcoin CurrencySMU computer scientist co-authors a study on emerging cyber money known as Bitcoin.
SMU AdventuresBlogs by SMU students and faculty about interesting people and places the world over.
Health & SafetySMU is committed to supporting students’ health and well-being.
If you've joined the Class of 2017, learn what's ahead this summer.