Get ready to hit the ground running.
Make sure you meet the deadlines for submitting your application.
|Spring Application Deadline||Nov. 15||Apply by this date to start classes in January. You will be considered for all applicable scholarships and the best financial aid package possible.|
|Fall Early Application Deadline||Feb. 1||We’ll waive the $50 fee if you apply by this date.|
|Fall Priority Application Deadline||April 15||You’ll be considered for all applicable scholarships and the best financial aid package possible, and we'll waive the $50 application fee.|
|Fall Final Application Deadline||July 1||We strongly encourage students to apply well before this date.|
What You’ll Need, Plus Some Insider Tips
|Online Application||Get started now!|
|$50 Application Fee||Apply by April 15 for the fall semester, and we’ll waive this fee.|
|Essay||In 500 words or more, describe your collegiate experience thus far. How has this experience and the knowledge you've gained influenced what you plan to study? How have they influenced your decision to apply to St. Edward's?|
|Official Transcripts||We’ll need official transcripts from all regionally accredited universities that you attended. Please send the transcripts after submitting your application. Schools can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or St. Edward's University, Office of Admission, 3001 South Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78704.|
|High School Transcript||If you have less than 30 hours of college credit completed, your official high school transcript is required for admission review.|
|Phi Theta Kappa Membership Card||There’s a scholarship for this!|
|Transfer Admission Policy||Admission to the university is based on the transfer applicant’s previous academic record. In addition, the applicant must be in good standing at the previous institution attended and must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 for all college-level work attempted. For additional information, see the transfer admission policy in the Undergraduate Bulletin.|
Get details on scholarships and award policies, including annual eligibility renewal requirements, maximum years of eligibility, maximum total combined amounts of aid and merit adjustments.
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