At St. Edward’s, we believe in living life to the fullest.
As a high school student, you’re looking for exciting majors and minors. You want access to internships and opportunities to make a difference. You’re looking to be supported so you can join our successful alumni. And you want an education that is affordable.
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The professor and the right class can transform your life. But at St. Edward's, you won't have to wait for graduation to make a difference.
- Spanish students help a nonprofit build an asylum case with their translation skills
- Environmental policy students partner with students in France to share ideas on sustainability
- Political Science students interview Vietnam veterans for a podcast
Meet our expert faculty and see why we've been named a top-25 university in the Western Region by U.S. News & World Report for the past 18 years.
Our beautiful hilltop campus gives you the best of both worlds: a close-knit community in a vibrant and dynamic city. St. Ed's is located on South Congress Avenue, which is lined with some of Austin's most iconic restaurants, shops and businesses, and is only a few miles from the heart of downtown.
My experience at St. Edward’s helped me become the person I am now – through the opportunities it provided, and through faculty members who were by my side supporting me.”
Kadija Samura ’20, Global Studies
Boren Scholar at the U.S. Department of State
We offer new freshmen up to
$28,000 per year in merit scholarships.
Average tuition paid by our first-year students who received scholarships and/or grants
Percentage of our first-year students
who received scholarships and/or grants
Deciphering the real cost of college can be complicated, but it doesn't have to be. It starts by understanding what you'll pay after you're awarded scholarships and grants. At St. Edward's, the average tuition paid by first-year students is less than half the sticker price.
Best University in the West
by U.S. News and World Report
and fellowship winners
Students who participate in experiential learning
Clockwise, from top left
Evan Hall ’20, Kinesiology: Volunteered with Adventurers Academy, helping young adults with disabilities get physically active | Bianca Esquival ’19, Psychology and Writing and Rhetoric: Started a support group for LatinX students | Daniella Gonzalez ’21, Business Administration: Served as campus brand ambassador for Bumble | Taylor Huey ’21, Mathematics: Produced research that examined Texas prison system deaths | Ella Fotinos ’22, Pre-veterinary Biology: Interned in the bird department at the San Antonio Zoo | Dakota Nichols ’19, Political Science: Focused on anti-bullying as a volunteer in Peru
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