Students at St. Edward’s University are equipped with everything they need to succeed.
The university provides the resources students need to be happy, safe and well. We support our students so they can thrive academically and flourish physically and mentally as well.
The center is a convenient, affordable choice for basic medical services for all enrolled students. It also offers free, confidential counseling.
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.
Refresh your résumé, improve your interview skills, connect with prospective employers and find an internship or job with help from Career and Professional Development.
Residence Life eases the transition from high school to college. A trained team of residence directors and residence assistants in each hall can lend a hand and offer advice.
In keeping with our Holy Cross heritage, students are supported as they explore their own faiths, whatever that faith may be.
Students can get involved on campus by participating in student organizations, university-wide events and leadership development programs offered by Student Life. The Multicultural Leadership Board makes sure that our diverse student body is represented and celebrated.
Students have many options to stay active and get in shape, whether they prefer structured sports teams, guided fitness classes or open recreation. All students — even graduate students and adult learners — are welcome to work out in the fitness center or university pool.
We support students in exploring their own faiths — not despite our Holy Cross heritage but because of it. Campus Ministry also offers many opportunities for community service.
Residence Life helps students make the most of living on campus. Each hall cultivates a sense of community through social (and sometimes academic) gatherings. Students can become involved as resident event planners.
Officers patrol campus 24/7 and respond to on-campus calls for assistance, crime reports and emergency situations. They also take a proactive approach by raising awareness of safety concerns and offering classes on safety and self-defense.
The Office of Campus Safety brings together law enforcement and a professionally trained team to monitor and respond to safety concerns and emergency situations.
If you or a student you know is at risk (related to academics, living arrangements, mental health, etc.), the Dean of Students Office helps manage difficult situations and find solutions regarding student welfare.