We connect ambitious students to experiences that shape their success and define their future. Here, you can develop a rich understanding of the world and how to take your place in it, all while exploring the endless opportunities available in Texas Hill Country and beyond. Start your journey today.
Be part of the next generation of problem-solvers, leaders and innovators. With more than 42 academic programs led by esteemed faculty, we integrate a liberal arts foundation with career-oriented degree paths.
And, with programs like Concierge Books, we’ll help you prepare for your first day of classes – providing all necessary course materials at no additional cost. Find an area of study that suits you, and we’ll help you get there.
Start college with no-cost course materials, thanks to Concierge Books.
We connect our mission to academic initiatives that prepare students for professional leadership, positive influence and life in a globalized world.
Connect with community organizations that are solving real-world problems. Here, you can put your education to work and see its impact in action.
Find work-study positions, internships and other professional opportunities in your area of study, gaining momentum for employment after graduation.
Experience how others live, work and think, so you can gain a full understanding of a global world and bring that understanding back to your local community.
Boca Rotan, FL – Dr. Michael Grillo, Associate Professor of Political Science at Schreiner University, was honored with induction into the Florida Atlantic University, Leon Charney Diplomacy Program Hall of Fame. Initiated in 2010, the Hall of Fame honors students who have achieved noteworthy success after leaving FAU. Students whose accomplishments merit induction are nominated by a committee of faculty for inclusion. Read More... ›
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