Build your roadmap for success.

You choose your destination. We’ll help you create the path that takes you there and guide you along the way.

Throughout your time at St. Edward’s, you’ll work with a success coach to create a tailored plan for making the most of your college experience. Your coach will guide and support you as you pursue your goals. The classes, internships, research, service projects, campus life and study abroad you experience at St. Edward’s will create the foundation for your future endeavors — and a purposeful life.  

So before you make a college decision based on cost, we hope you'll check out the academic scholarships we offer new freshmen — up to $96,000 over four years. We’ll automatically consider you for them when you apply to St. Edward’s. No additional application required.

97 percent of Students receive financial aid at St. Edward's

Percentage of first-year students who received merit scholarships and/or grants (With this free money, chances are you’ll pay much less than our full tuition.) Data based on 2019–2020 academic year

$17,919 Average tuition paid by first-year students

Average tuition paid by first-year students who received merit scholarships and/or grants (It's less than half our sticker price!) Data based on 2019–2020 academic year


 

First Review Application Deadline: Nov. 1

Application Deadlines and Checklist

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Additional Resources

Course Catalogs
Academic Recommendation Form
FAQs for High School Counselors
Advanced Placement Credit Guide
Office of Veteran Affairs
Meet Your Financial Services Counselor

Contact Us

Office of Admission
seu.admit [at] stedwards.edu (subject: New%20Freshman%20Admission%20Information%20)
512-448-8500

 

The Real Value of Higher Education

The Real Value of Higher Education

In a constantly changing world, a liberal arts education gives students the skills to take on unpredictability and an evolving job market. Read Dean of Admission Tracy Manier’s take on how St. Edward’s prepares students for their futures.