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Reviews 883 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Price gouging cause they know students need housing, careful who you choose as roommates on a legally binding contract.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: austin is your playground with plenty of restaurants to explore

3 College Junior

Administration: its all pretty okay, RAs are actually pretty cool and understanding

3 College Junior

Party Scene: pretty quiet cause it's so small, gotta go out really

4 College Junior

Scholarships: Applied late but got good aid anyways

5 College Junior

Campus Housing: Really enjoyed my time here, students and faculty are great!

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: There are a lot of student housing options and other apartments. It's better if you are willingto drive some though 'cause there isn't a lot of apartments within walking distance.

4 College Junior

Administration: They are not really that strict unless you are acting stupidly. I use to smoke in my dorm all the time and as long as it didn't smell I never got in trouble.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: Freshman and sophomore year was good, but they dropped a lot of financial aid junior and senior year. Also tuition went up almost 5% every year. So be prepared to to pay more than what you did the previous year every year.

3 College Junior

Party Scene: If you know people it's easy to find a party but it's not like there are any frats.

2 College Junior

Campus Food: All dining halls close by 8pm. The food is not that good and the vegetarian options are almost always the same. The salad bar is good though.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Freshman through junior year it's pretty easy to get housing on campus, but if you are a senior it can be kinda hard.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: There are a lot of options for off-campus living and it's cheaper than living on campus. The good thing about living on campus though, is that you are close to your classes at all times.

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4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: There are a lot of restaurants close to campus and they are pretty cheap too. Unfortunately there's not a good variety of cultural food.

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4 College Freshman

Administration: I feel like our school is neither too strict nor lenient.

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5 College Freshman

Scholarships: My experience was good. I have scholarship from the athletic department, if you are an athlete that's a great way of getting one. You can also get an academic one.

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5 College Freshman

Party Scene: There are a lot of parties if you are interested, and there is also 6th street for those who like that.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Food: The food is okay, but it is very bad variety of food.

5 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I like the campus life, it is clean and we have a good atmosphere at St Edward's.

4 College Freshman

Party Scene: The student body knows that they are basically in a living hell. Most people cope by throwing down

1 College Freshman

Campus Housing: It is by far one of the worst establishments in the country. The teachers assign enormous amounts of pointless busy work instead of teaching. No one on that campus cares about the students. They actively try to weed people out by making it nearly impossible to apply for classes and even housing. Your better off applying to just about any other school in the country. Don't make the same mistake I did.

College Freshman

Party Scene: I do not attend parties and there are no parties here at St. Ed's, that I have heard of.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Food: I love the fact that you are able to use the meal plan at outtakes. In addition, I really enjoyed the food but then I get to the point where I am tired of it.

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3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The dorms are great here at St. Ed's. I have really enjoyed living here. I switched roomates at the end of the first semester just because i wanted to experience living on a different floor and it has been one great choice. I love everything about St. Ed's especially since they everyone is very friendly! Feel just like home!

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3 College Senior

Campus Food: Not much variety and it is expensive

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Main Building Main Building This is a look at St. Edward's Main Building in the spring. Sitting in the middle of campus, this building hosts many of the school's most important offices, as well as several classrooms.
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St. Edward's is truly a unique place. The location of the campus itself—perched on the top of a picturesque hill overlooking one of the most vibrant cities in the country—is reason enough for many students to say they would come back time and time again. But, the personalization of the education students receive here is what makes the University so unique in comparison to its peers.

St. Ed's students are taught to view the world with a balanced perspective and to analyze things thoroughly. The University puts a heavy emphasis on global education and provides students the opportunity to study abroad, especially through its new sister campuses in France and Scotland. Studying abroad fosters a global sense of understanding for many students on campus. The University's motto is "Learn to Think," and by striving to provide students with an education that fosters an aware and ethical understanding of the world, the school helps many achieve just that.

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