Contact Schreiner’s Regional Learning Community admission counselor Smith Scarborough at 830-792-7399 or email@example.com.
Rio Grande Valley and El Paso high school graduates are invited to find their way to Schreiner University in 2017 via its Regional Learning Communities in Mission, Brownsville and El Paso.
As Schreiner freshmen, students have the opportunity to complete their first year at the one of the nearby campuses, and enter their sophomore year DEBT FREE at the main Kerrville, TX campus.
Center for Education & Economic Development
801 N. Bryan Road
Mission, TX 78572
Sabal Palms Sanctuary
8435 Sabal Palm Rd
Brownsville, TX 78521
El Paso, Texas
10801 Gateway West, Suite 400
El Paso, TX 79935
Cost for the Regional Learning Community freshman year includes a 30-credit-hour package and all books and fees:
*Sticker cost for the Kerrville campus freshman year: $26,750.
Courses are taught by Schreiner’s highly regarded faculty, both face-to-face and online. Each of the three campuses is limited to no more than 25 students and has its own bilingual coordinator on site.
Schreiner Regional Learning Community students have the flexibility of living at home while completing their courses in preparation for transition to Schreiner University. Each cohort will visit the main campus to attend events and engage in various exciting projects.
Support for both students and their families to ensure a successful sophomore transition to Schreiner University’s main campus in Kerrville, Texas.
Beginning sophomore year, the Regional Learning Community cohorts will become eligible for financial support through Schreiner’s scholarships and competitive financial aid packages.
For 3.0 GPA and above = $15,000 RLC Scholarship (renewable for 3 years).
For 2.9 GPA and below = $12,000 RLC Scholarship (renewable for 3 years).
Students who qualify are also eligible for $11,000 in state and federal grants and work study opportunities. Regional Learning Community participants will be encouraged to apply for outside scholarships before taking out student loans. Schreiner’s Financial Aid counselors are happy to assist.
Prospective students will be contacted by a Schreiner admission counselor and guided through the process to apply to Schreiner University AND the Regional Learning Community.
Questions? Contact Schreiner’s Regional Learning Community admission counselor Smith Scarborough at 830-792-7399 or firstname.lastname@example.org.