Facts and Stats about Saint Michael's College Saint Michael’s is home to around 550 graduate students. Saint Michael's is considered an ‘international friendly’ campus; 35% of students in our Master’s in TESOL program are international students, coming from 16 different countries around the globe. We are situated on 440 acres in Colchester, Vermont between the shores of Lake Champlain and the majestic Green Mountains. Our Graduate Programs are directed by full-time faculty members who hold doctorates in their field. Our graduate student-faculty ratio at Saint Michael’s is 12:1. We are included in the Fiske Guide to Colleges and Princeton Review’s Best 376 Colleges. U.S. News & World Report ranks Saint Michael’s among the “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges” and Newsweek/Kaplan named Saint Michael’s one of 30 “Hidden Treasures.” Saint Mike’s has two campuses, Main and North. Main is home to almost all academic and administration buildings, most residence halls, and the Durick Library, Alliot Student Center, McCarthy Arts Center, Ross Sports Center, and Tarrant Recreation Center. North Campus, less than a mile from Main, houses student residences and studio arts facilities as well as a dining center. Dr. John J. (Jack) Neuhauser is the president of Saint Michael’s. Saint Michael’s motto is “Quis ut Deus, ‘Who is like unto God.’” In art, Saint Michael the Archangel is often depicted carrying a shield emblazoned with Quis ut Deus, the Latin translation of his name in Hebrew. Saint Mike’s accreditation is with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.