Schreiner University will hold its 32nd baccalaureate graduation on Saturday, May 9. The service starts at 10 a.m. in the Dietert Auditorium and is open to the public.
Exterior of the new Schreiner University Athletic and Event Center, which will serve the university and Kerr County community.
President Tim Summerlin (right) and Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce Board Chair Mike Graxiola cut the ribbon opening the new Athletic and Event Center.
A beautiful, larger-than-life photographic mural of Schreiner NCAA athletes in action greets visitors to the new Athletic and Event Center.
Mountaineer men’s team prepares to tip-off their first basketball game in the new Stephens Family Arena in the Athletic and Event Center.
Each fall, monarch butterflies find campus a welcome haven during their annual migration.
Weir Academic building background was one of the first structures built when Schreiner was founded in 1923. Regular remodels have kept it current and lovely.
Many students enjoy having their own bikes on campus.
Schreiner's Faulkner Quadrangle is where students and faculty cross paths regularly.
Evenings in The Commons, located between the Cailloux Activity Center and Gus Schreiner Dining Hall, often include music.
Schreiner University is participating next Tuesday, May 5, in Big Give SA, a joint online giving campaign of San Antonio and Hill Country non-profits.
"The Story of Us: The Impact of Tuberculosis on the Growth of Kerr County," is being presented at the Schreiner Mansion Historic Site and Education Center through October.
Schreiner University president Dr. Tim Summerlin announced today that Assistant Vice President for Marketing Lane Tait will be promoted to Vice President for Marketing, effective June 1.
El Día de los Niños - "Day of the Children" --will be celebrated 5-8 p.m. Thursday, April 30, at the CCAC Field.
"Walk Past Your Fears" will be the topic of the next Big Idea Chautauqua Lecture, starting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 29 in the CCAC.
Hill Country musicians Paul Hilliard and Boone Holding will host a special open-microphone edition of Texas Music Coffeehouse from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, in the CCAC.
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education--CASE--announced winners for the 2014 CASE Awards, and SU graphic designer, Stephanie Keller, won for her efforts.
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