This "beautiful and inviting" hilltop campus offers "one of the best views of Austin." The main building "highly resembles Hogwarts." The food on campus is "extremely expensive," though, and the recreational facilities "could use a lot of help." Socially, "the vibe is pretty relaxed." The student body "tends to lack any sort of school spirit." Drug and alcohol policies are severe, and St. Ed’s is "not at all a party school." At the same time, drinking is "pretty big." "Marijuana users are pretty common." Cigarettes also enjoy widespread popularity. Social life usually happens off campus. Austin is "truly nirvana" for undergraduates. It’s "the live music capital of the world," after all. The St. Ed’s campus is situated very near "the artsy, funky strip of South Austin" where "quirky" shops and "really good restaurants" abound. "Most students take full advantage of the nightlife and general amazingness" that this vibrant city offers. "There is never a shortage of fun to be had," promises a junior.
Enrollment Services hours :
Central Campus: M, TU, W, TH – 8:00 . to 7:00 . / F – 8:00 . to 5:00 . / SAT* – 9:00 . to 12:00 .
West Campus: M, TU, W, TH – 8:00 . to 7:00 pm./F – 8:00 . to 5:00 . – No Saturday Hours
Saturday Hours : Registration services are provided on Saturdays from 9:00am to 12:00pm beginning on January 20, 2017. Enrollment Services is closed on the following Saturdays: 3/17/17 .
Enrollment services will offer extended hours (8 . to 8 .) to accommodate students on the following days: 01/10/18, 01/11/18, 01/16/18, 01/17/18, and 1/18/18.
Holiday Closing Times:
05/17/18 – Commencement – Closes at 5 .
**If classes do not start on the exact date for this session then this date can change.
This calendar is subject to change without notice; please refer to the Registration page of the College website for updates.
Act 46 of 2014 requires public institutions of higher education in Pennsylvania to provide veteran students, as defined in the Act, with preference in course scheduling. Non-compliance may be reported to the Pennsylvania Department of Education by submitting the Higher Education Student Complaint form found at .