Small campus with big thinkers.
Immerse yourself in a campus environment where cultural diversity is a simple, intrinsic fact of daily life.
St. Edward's is a place where students reside in a vibrant international learning community, interfaith organizations flourish, and every day is an opportunity to meet and engage with someone who's had a completely different life experience than your own.
Be part of a community with students from 40 countries.
St. Edward's has become so popular with international students that some of their siblings have also enrolled at the university. Read about one family from Saudi Arabia with three siblings now attending St. Edward's.
Living Learning Communities (LLCs)
Our LLCs match your living experience with your academic journey. Students choose housing based on a theme, such as French Language or Global Understanding, exploring and gaining a deeper knowledge of the theme throughout the year. Each LLC lives on the same floor of a residence hall and joins together in dinners, discussions, special events and service.
Student organizations at St. Edward's are a great way to connect with people, identify opportunities and discover a sense of community and common purpose. From the Asian American Association and the German Club to the Student Government Association and the local chapter of Amnesty International, there are more than 100 student organizations at St. Edward's.
In the fall of 2012, St. Edward's University welcomed 120 new international students to campus. Learn more about the students, their backgrounds and the rich, multicultural campus environment of St. Edward's.
St. Edward's hosts an International Education Week, during which students attend presentations on courses taught around the world. They learn about internships and experiential learning opportunities abroad and discuss social issues at an Oxfam Hunger Banquet. Other events include Ballet Folklorico performances and the French Tournee Film Festival.