Your student has worked hard to prepare for college.
So it makes sense that you want them to make the most of the experience they’ve spent their whole lives working toward. You want them to live fully, learn fully and experience the world around them fully — while staying healthy and safe.
At St. Edward’s, we’re built for that. Professors devoted to teaching and mentoring. Success coaches focused on helping students make choices perfect for them. Experiences only a city as vibrant and diverse as Austin can deliver. We’re designed to help students create their future.
With small classes and an expansive campus rich with outdoor spaces, we’re preparing for safe, socially distanced on-campus operations in Fall 2020. Our university has always been committed to long-term and future planning, and we are exploring every option to keep our students healthy and safe, while delivering an academic experience that prepares them to take on their world.
The university’s goal throughout all pandemic-related disruptions has been for students to remain on schedule for their graduation, while providing safe, personalized and vibrant experiences. We continue to rely on national, state and regional data about Covid-19 transmission rates, healthcare access and contact tracing. Learn more on Healthy Hilltop.
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.
Our success coaches work one-on-one with students, and they know the best opportunities inside and out. They are the go-to person for anything students may need during their time on the hillop.
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