President George E. Martin, Ph.D. created the Systemic Racism Task Force in 2020 to respond to many inequalities spotlighted by recent events, including: the tragic killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Atatiana Jefferson, Eric Garner, and others by police; and the disparities in healthcare, income and wealth exposed by the pandemic. The Task Force is planning and implementing community events. Each event is designed to lead the St. Edward's community in considering ways we can create meaningful change — while supporting local and national efforts to end structural conditions that perpetuate inequality and injustice. We invite you to share written, oral or visual reflections that speak to facets of systemic racism that are important to you. You can also find previous event recordings and resources online.
Before counselors earn their license to practice, they must first invest in graduate school, professional supervision and training. For some who aspire to help others heal, these financial obstacles turn ambitions into impossibilities. James Baker MAC '20 addressed this challenge head-on with a gift to St. Edward's.
Now, Baker is making a difference in students' lives (and the communities they'll serve) with a $15,000 award that covers a variety of needs, from tuition support to specialized training. Baker's gift makes him a leader in creating educational access and equity. Learn more.
Many students are only able to find their home on the Hilltop thanks to scholarship gifts from alumni like you. Established in November 2020, The Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship will be awarded each year to students with demonstrated financial need. Giving to the Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship is a new way for alumni everywhere to support current Hilltoppers. The more alumni donors join together to give what they can, the farther this new scholarship will go! Will you become an inaugural Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship donor today?
We are recognizing 200 alumni from the past 20 years in celebration of President George E. Martin's 20+ year tenure. Learn how this generation of St. Edward's graduates have used their education to make a difference — whether they've launched businesses, changed policies, created art or discovered cures.
The diversity of St. Edward’s enriches our community. It represents a significant part of our culture, mission and commitment to excellence. We value the individual differences, life experiences, unique capabilities and innovative talent that our employees and students contribute to our vibrant academic environment. See how we are creating a more just and humane world.
Meet other alumni who share your passions and support the same programs on the hilltop.