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| It's alright, good teachers, a lot of girls. social life Is pretty non existent and the buildings are really old. If you live outside of campus it's hard to make friends. A lot white and Mexican people, mostly woman. Liberal haven for people that don't no the meaning of the real world. The campus is nice and food is alright, it's an OK school and if you don't get good financial aid it's not worth it! Be realistic people and weight your options carefully. |
|Sep 23 2011|| Male --
Class 2000 |
| St. Edward's University provides a quality liberal arts education right in the little liberal Texas bubble of Austin. The majority of people who leave either find the coursework too demanding because they were not ready/unprepared for college, or simply realized they were not suited to a liberal arts program. |
Everyone here is very nice. The professors in the department you're studying in take a particular interest in your general well-being. The campus is gorgeous. I genuinely believe that the St. Edward's main building is the prettiest building in Austin (aside from the Capitol, perhaps). Look for the secret trails on campus if you end up going here. It's easy to make friends. If you like to party, Austin is the city to live in. If you like to meditate, Austin is the city to live in. If you're seeking all of the Austin experience without the overwhelming size of UT, St. Edward's is a great place to consider.
|Feb 21 2010|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2012 |
|Not so bright|
| My first year here i thought it was a good school and it is as a libral arts school but if you're looking for something more than this isn't the place. |
this school is also split up into cliques and i suppose thats with every school but its so small that its kind of like high school all over again.
in the theatre department there is a big amount of favoritism and even some rumors of student/teacher relationships. whatever the case, the same o'l same o'l people get the same o'l roles in the plays. i lost faith in the program. there are the stuck students in theatre and the artsy ones-you pick which you are.
acting is the only focus the theatre department really focuses on. i was disappointed to not know there was no play wrigthing department in the theatre program. and i dont think there will be adding any, any time soon. so on a scale on 1-10, 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest. i guess overall this school gets a 7.
|Oct 20 2009|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2012 |