Definitely effectively offers a well-rounded liberal arts education. A strong focus on making ethical decisions throughout life as a world citizen. Curriculum teaches not only to accept diversity but to embrace it.
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I went to this school for their psychology program and I feel that was an excellent decision. The small classes made the transition from community college to this school really awesome. The teachers care very much about their students here.» Read More
St. Edward's University is a diverse university that has a global perspective for students who wish to be immersed in the ever-changing world. Not only is it located near Austin, a growing prosperous city, but it is located just far enough to be unique with it's own tradition and culture. St. Ed's gives students the opportunity to go off into the world, with knowledge, faith and service.» Read More
St. Edward's is a wonderful small University fit for students who would like to feel like they are important, and remembered at their school. It has a small music building that is in desperate need of renovation, but beautiful science, math, and photography, and behavioral science facilities. This University is based on a Catholic heritage, but it does a nice job of not making you hyper aware of that fact.» Read More
The personal relationships are like no other; you can walk around campus and run into a professor from a previous semester and they know your name. The classes are out of this world: you have the ability for one on one with either a professor or a senior assistant to help you throughout the semester. Not to forget that the campus is beautiful, we really are on the hilltop.» Read More
St. Edward's has a very beautiful and progressively sustainable campus with not a whole bunch of students. Unfortunately there is not a lot of diversity within the majors you have to choose from. But having the small class numbers makes it easy to fit in and seek help from professors.» Read More