St. Augustine is a private college located in Chicago, Illinois. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 955 undergraduate students. The St. Augustine acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Early Childhood Education, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Social Work and Youth Services. Graduating 39% of students, St. Augustine alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,400.
St. Augustine College Rankings
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.8 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.7 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.7 responses
Most Popular Majors
Early Childhood Education114 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities84 Graduates
Social Work and Youth Services33 Graduates
Respiratory Care Therapy27 Graduates
Accounting Technician and Bookkeeping14 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service14 Graduates
Information Science11 Graduates
Business Support Services6 Graduates
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St. Augustine College Reviews
I am the first out of six children to attend college. Enrolling into St. Augustine college has its advantages and disadvantages. My family struggles a lot financially so because of that, none of my older siblings got the chance to go to college. I do not qualify for fafsa for personal reasons as well. St. Augustine’s tuition is very high which is why I would give such a rating. However, I’m working hard. I am currently maintaining a full time job and being a full time student. St. Augustine has limited majors so it makes it difficult to decide what path to take in my career. Although the professors are great, I sometimes feel like I have to work three times as hard as everyone else and that’s okay with me because when I walk across the stage with my diploma and see my parents tearful eyes, I know that all those sleepless nights, overtime shifts, late night homework sessions, will all have been worth it.
Starting college can be quite a challenge and yet stressful specially if you are the first one in the family to attend college. As I look back to my college experience I've come across so any things I could've done better. Someone to guide you through and help you make the right choices. But being the first one means making mistakes and learning from them. My parents never finished grammar school and they've never been the type of parents to support and guide you through rough and stressful times. But let me tell you, registering for St. Augustine College, was by far the best choice I've made on my career. Not only do they focus on you, by having small classes, but they treat you like family. They are very flexible with schedules, instructors are very helpful and will guide you through every step. Its not only a college, but they treat you like family!! I truthfully feel welcomed!
I really love this college, the people and teacher are really good and they make this collage like a big family that work together. Other think is that the staff at the collage are always for the students for example, if you want to talk with your advisor they are always for you. You do not have to wait a lot for the interview like happen in other collage. The quality of the classes is really good, the teachers are really prepared and organize in their subject and they know how to do a class. Something that I would like to change for the collage is the point that they have some bachelor programs but they just have associate degree for computer information system, I would like to see this collage grow up and make the bachelor degree for this profession