At St. Edward’s, you’re part of a community that is invested in your success, whether you’re an undergraduate, adult learner or graduate student. That means we have a robust support system in place to help you adjust to (and excel at) college.
Your academic advisor will help you choose your classes, discover the right major or graduate program and adjust to college life.
When you first apply for admission, you’ll be assigned a financial advisor who can help you plan to finance your education (including the process of applying for financial assistance).
Students with documented disabilities can partner with Student Disability Services for academic accommodations, referral services and guidance so that all students have equal access to the college experience.
Our Veterans Affairs Office walks veterans through their benefits and can answer any questions about eligibility, payments or tutoring.
Students can meet one-on-one with experienced writing instructors to refresh their writing skills and learn to master academic papers. The Writing Center is available by appointment or walk-in seven days a week, including evenings.
The OWL is a convenient option for students who need help with papers while away from campus.