SMU has proven that investment in scholarships and student recruitment and retention strengthens the University's ability to compete nationally for top students. Over the past decade, applications to SMU have nearly doubled, SAT scores have risen by 98 points and selectivity has increased. Through The Second Century Campaign, SMU must continue to:
The links below include additional information and articles from SMU publications about Student Quality and the impact of scholarships.
To learn more about supporting SMU Student Quality, please contact Assistant Vice President for University Development Pam Conlin at 214-768-3738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.