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Saint Mary’s University Corporate Education

Meet Your Business Goals with Saint Mary’s

Our Corporate Partnership Program aligns with your organization’s business goals to help you meet ever-changing workforce needs.

Why Corporate Partnerships are Important

1 in 4

Workers report a skills mismatch in their current job.1


Of companies miss out on growth opportunities due to lack of skilled labor.2


Positive ROI employers earned by funding education assistance programs.3

Our Partnership Helps Your Organization

Bridge Skill Gaps Employees can apply what they learn right away to the workplace.

Gain Access to Subject-Matter Experts Experienced faculty members are here to guide students through business challenges.

Build and Retain Talent Our programs provide the education needed to upskill your workforce and build a strong talent bench.

Value to Your Employees

Employee Benefits A corporate partnership with Saint Mary’s means your employees will enjoy tuition savings, along with flexible access to faculty members and support staff.

Selection and Affordability Select from a variety of affordable and accessible fully online, traditional and hybrid programs, stretching your tuition reimbursement funds.

User-Friendly Platform With 24/7 desktop and mobile access to the course, Saint Mary’s online learning environment provides an interactive experience for students at home or on the go.

Learn More
A corporate partnership with Saint Mary’s is an investment that can pay off for both your organization and your employees. Contact Kirstin Clayton, Regional Field Manager to learn more about how to partner with Saint Mary’s.

Kirstin Clayton
Regional Field Manager
Phone (757) 272-9067


1(2017, July 17). Accelerating Workforce Reskilling for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Retrieved from
2(2019, October 22). The American Skills Gap is Real. Retrieved from
3Carslon, Rachel (2017, January 17). College-Business Partnerships Can Solve The Higher Education Affordability Crisis. Retrieved from