Saint Augustine's University was founded by the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina in 1867. It is one of only two HBCUs affiliated with the Episcopal church. SAU offers a liberal arts education, Greek Life, Peer Mentorship, and a Royal Court. Located on a 105-acre campus in Raleigh, NC, SAU features three colleges. It also hosts the Taylor Wellness Center, Confucius Institute for learning Chinese Language and Culture, and a Men’s Career Closet to assist students in preparation for interviews and careers.
The campus is small, which is an advantage for several reasons. One you shouldn't get loss and if your running late, you should get there fairly quick because the buildings are within reach. The campus is clean and beautiful.
Tiana from Bel Air, MD
Saint Augustine's is a very wonderful college to attend. Here they make you feel apart of the family. Here at Saint Augustine's they keep you posted on your classwork and homework.