Saint Edward's University
- Graduate School
- Austin, TX
Saint Edward's University Reviews
Rating 4.65 out of 5 17 reviews
Saint Edwards University has been supportive throughout both my application process as well as my classes.
The coursework was both very engaging and useful. The professor provides office hours for any clinical questions anyone may have.
Small personable school. HOWEVER. It is extremely expensive. The quality of the education is very high and faculty truly care. Would rate it 5 stars if not for the insane cost. Truly feels a very tolerant cool little community and the best possible education that will prepare you for the real world and even future educational endeavors. Good job, college, and life prep. Academics are rigorous but they will not completely kill you like at an Ivy if that makes sense. You will (barely) actually have time to sleep. Good study-work-life balance for school (which is always work-study intensive).
The courses had engaging work with real world situations. I experienced working with my peers in goal driven projects that will prepare me for growing in my career.
Saint Edwards University has a very diverse and inclusive environment and that also applies to online. Professors are very engaging and peers are easy to work with.
My experience at St. Edward's has been wonderful. I love the small classes where you can learn your classmates names and it even affords you the opportunity for your professors to know at a personal level. The level of attention you receive from the academic advisors, counselors and staff gives you the feeling that you have a team behind you cheering you on as you make your way towards your degree.
There motto is that you will earn a degree, and that is very much so true. The academics here is tough, but it is doable.
I really enjoy going to the school. because it is a private university, you are not treated as a number. Also it's easy to make long lasting connections.
I loved the small class environment. I feel I actually learned and earned my degree. The curriculum and classes were relevant to the work experience that I was hoping to get.
I loved the small class size. I now have many professional contacts in my field that I can turn to for support and information.
The content was relevant and accurate. The professors are active in the field with helpful real world experience.
The counseling program is very supportive and educational. However, there are a couple professors that are not great at answering your questions or explaining how the system works.
Besides being able to enjoy one of Austin's most beautiful campuses, St. Edward's is a haven for diverse population of students seeking a sense of community and that value their relationships with their professors and advisers.
At Saint Edwards your future is yours. Everyone is on their path, and that path is supported by the faculty and staff. I love the environment. I was able to graduate in 3 years at 20 years old.