Situated at 72nd Street and Mercy Road, just minutes north of Interstate 80 and 15 minutes southwest of downtown Omaha, College of Saint Mary’s campus has been called a “park within the city.” The campus is completely wireless and accessible. Walsh Hall, named after Sr. Constance Walsh, RSM, the first dean of College of Saint Mary, houses the administrative offices, classrooms, Our Lady of Mercy Chapel, Hillmer Art Gallery and faculty offices. Physician assistant, nursing and occupational therapy laboratories are located on the ground floor and computer laboratories are located on the second floor.
Walsh is connected to Mercy Hall by a skywalk. Mercy Hall houses the dining room, Enrollment Services offices, the Campus Store, and Warde Conference Center.
Hill Macaluso Hall provides classrooms, laboratories (including a cadaver lab), and faculty offices. The adjacent Daniel and Louise Gross Conference Center seats 250.
Hixson-Lied Commons, named after Christina Hixson, the sole trustee of The Lied Foundation Trust, houses the library, a one-stop shop Achievement Center for academic support and tutoring, and a coffee shop.
Also situated on campus are four residence halls: Lozier Tower, Gallagher, and McAuley for single students, and Madonna Hall for single student mothers and their children. Each residence hall provides spacious rooms with wireless and network capability, lounges, and workrooms.
The Lied Fitness Center includes a gymnasium, an elevated walking track, a weight and exercise room, a training room, tennis courts, a classroom/aerobics room and a six-lane, 25- yard swimming pool. The Center is used for physical education classes, intercollegiate and intramural sports and leisure and fitness activities for students, faculty and staff. Nearby Heritage Park includes softball and soccer fields.
The Connie Spellman Early Childhood Education Center, on the south side of the campus, provides early childhood development opportunities for 120 children from infancy through kindergarten. The Center provides a laboratory for CSM’s early childhood education major and for students studying child development in psychology, nursing, and education.