Saint Edward's University is ...
Private not-for-profit, Catholic
NCAA Division II (without football)
Saint Edward's University Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.84 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.84 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.84 responses
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Undergrads Over 25
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Freshmen Live On-Campus
- of students say they don't have Greek life.76 responses
- of students say varsity sporting events are attended, but not a huge part of campus life.109 responses
After Saint Edward's University
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- of students feel confident they will find a job in their field after graduation.52 responses
Saint Edward's University Reviews
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St. Ed's is a pretty great place. I love how it's a "small school" which allows me to interact with my teachers better. The people are great, the campus is gorgeous - it'll be even more so after the new apartment complex is done and main building is finished being restored! The only downside is that there's not much of a party scene since there's no Greek life on campus.
I was a recent transfer into St. Edwards this passed spring semester and I absolutely love the school. I wish I would have transferred in sooner! My advisor Alfred Estrello really helped to guide me pick my classes and constantly checking to see how I was doing, while I was adjusting in. The amount of friends I have met this far is amazing due it's small community.
In regards to the teachers (particularly the English department) I have nothing but the highest praise. Classes were challenging and invigorating, and I left tired but hungry for more. There are select faculty members and administrators who seemed to value conformity and their popularity among the student body above academics, and the religious department frequently crossed lines with its blatant condemnations of those things that differed from the catholic belief system. The arts were largely neglected in favor of athletics, and the art program suffered the most for this - I took art, my passion, for three years before realizing I had essentially just repeated Art I twice - no new material was taught, I was never challenged or given any helpful tools for preparing for a future in the artistic sphere. I can say that everyone at this school was certainly passionate - but oftentimes it felt like their passions could perhaps be placed somewhere more appropriate.