What are the admission requirements?

Students must have completed the following high school courses:

  • English - 4 units
  • Mathematics – 3 units ( 1 must be Algebra)
  • Science - 3 units
  • Social Studies - 2 units
  • Electives - 10 units

How long does it take to process an application?

Once a completed application package is received (application, fee, transcript, test scores) it should take 7-10 business days to be reviewed and to receive an admission decision.

When is the application deadline?

  • Fall Semester - August 1
  • Spring Semester - December 1
  • Summer Session - May 1

How do I apply?

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How do I arrange a campus visit?

To arrange a campus visit, please click here to complete the online registration.

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How does your meal system work?

Your meals are included in your room and board fee for on-campus students.

Can freshmen have cars?

No freshman are not allowed to have cars.

Do you have fraternities and sororities?

Eight nationally-recognized Greek organizations are represented here on the campus of Saint Augustine’s University. They are as follows, there are four fraternities: Alpha Phi Alpha Inc, Kappa Alpha Psi Inc, Phi Beta Sigma Inc, Iota Phi Theta Inc and Omega Psi Phi Inc. and four sororities: Alpha Kappa Alpha Inc, Sigma Gamma Rho Inc, Zeta Phi Beta Inc, and Delta Sigma Theta Inc. Saint Augustine’s University also has about 26 academic and social organizations.

How large is Saint Augustine’s University campus?

The University has a main campus accommodating 37 facilities on 105 acres, three of which - its Chapel, Saint Agnes Hall and Taylor Hall - are registered historic landmarks.

What is the Male/Female ratio?

It is about 50% male to 50% female.

Do you have a career placement center? What services do they offer?

Yes, the Belk Career Center it is located in Goold hall and helps students with resume preparation, interview workshops, and helps locate internships, CO-OP opportunities and permanent jobs for graduating students.

How many students attend Saint Augustine's College?

Saint Augustine’s University has approximately 1,500 students.

What type of sports do you have?

Saint Augustine’s University is a Division II school. We participate in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. We have football, baseball, softball, bowling, volleyball, golf, men’s and women’s basketball, track and cross country.

How much security is provided on campus?

Saint Augustine’s University has a Campus Police Department which is on duty 24 hours a day.

Do you have Co-ed dorms on campus?

No co-ed dorms are on campus.

Can I choose my roommate?

The housing office makes every effort to honor you request. The most effective way to ensure this is for both of you to mail your request in at the same time. Each person must write the other person's name on his or her housing application.

Are Freshmen guaranteed housing?

Yes, after you are admitted to the university, you will be asked to submit an enrollment deposit of $200. You will then receive an acceptance packet in the mail that will have your housing application, health & immunization form, police record check, and certificate of acceptance. These forms must be completed and returned by May 1st.

How long do classes last?

Class can last from 50 minutes to 1 hour and 30 minutes depending on the day of the week.

How many hours do you have to take per semester?

The normal course load is 15 to 18 credit hours per semester. An undergraduate student must carry a minimum of 12 credit hours in order to be considered a full-time student.

Who helps me choose my courses?

Each student is assigned an advisor as a freshman; that advisor counsels you on course selection.

What is the student/teacher ratio?

The student/teacher ratio is about 16 to 1.

How do I apply for Financial Aid?

Complete the FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid)

What kind of Financial Aid does Saint Augustine’s University offer?

We offer the five major forms of Federal Aid Programs

  • Federal Pell Grant
  • Federal SEOG Grant
  • Federal College Work Study
  • Federal College Work Study
  • Federal College Work Study
  • Federal College Work Study
  • Federal Student Loans
  • Federal Perkins Loan