Schreiner offers all the benefits of a leading university—one-on-one accessibility to our top-notch faculty, career-focused academics, a wide range of student activities, along with a variety of financial aid options. All set amid the scenery and safety of the Texas Hill Country. An important part of your Schreiner education is The Schreiner Experience: discover and prepare for the career you want; engage communities while exploring your own core values; and discover how others live, work and think, achieving a valuable life-long perspective.
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Schreiner University will host visiting award-winning artist and author Brian Floca and welcome him to campus on Monday, April 23rd, at 7:00pm in the CCAC River Room as he discusses the life of a working artist and how to break in to the children's literature market. This hour-long evening lecture is free and open to the public. In addition to the Caldecott Medal, Floca's books have received four Robert F. Sibert Honor awards for distinguished informational books, a silver medal from the Society of Illustrators, and have twice been selected for the New York Times' annual "10 Best Illustrated Books" list.
Whether on-campus in the heart of the Texas Hill Country or online, Schreiner University provides a unique, student-focused approach to your education. From faculty to administration, the Schreiner community is committed to helping you reach your education and career goals. As an online or hybrid Schreiner student, you will receive superior instruction and personal attention to ensure your success.
At Schreiner, you will take an active role in your college experience…but our NCAA Division III athletes take a really active role! Schreiner competes in the prestigious Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference in a variety of sports including men’s baseball, women’s softball and volleyball, and men’s and women’s basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis and more. Sports are popular here—30% of students are involved in some sport. If you like to work hard and play hard, we encourage you to explore the excitement and competition of Mountaineer sports. Complete the “Want to be a Mountaineer?” form and a coach will contact you soon.For More Info