Saint Mary's College
Saint Mary's College, at Notre Dame, Ind., near South Bend Roman Catholic for women est. 1844 as St. Mary's Academy, chartered 1850 at Bertrand, Mich. moved and chartered 1855. The school shares certain programs and facilities with the Univ. of Notre Dame and offers numerous opportunities for study abroad.
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