Saint Leo University
September 2nd, 2008
Saint Leo University, Florida’s first Catholic institution for higher learning, offers more than 41 academic programs. These programs meet the academic, professional and spiritual objectives of over 14,000 traditional and continuing education students. Over 1,000 students live and study on the main campus.
Studying at Saint Leo University
The students of Saint Leo University get personalized attention in classes, as there are only 18 students on average in a class. Students have many choices in terms of choosing undergraduate majors and specializations. They can select from over 40 undergraduate majors and specializations.
Students who have family responsibilities or work full-time and cannot attend weekday classes have the choice of attending classes on the main campus through weekend and evening programs. Around 13,000 students pursue Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees at the 17 Continuing Education Centers of the university located in 7 states and through the Center for Online Learning.
Saint Leo University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the associate, bachelor’s, master’s and specialist degrees.
92 percent of SLU’s traditional-age students get financial aid of some kind and more than 91 percent get grant and scholarship aid they don’t have to repay.
Federal Work Study is awarded to students with special financial need, is based on availability of funds, and gives you a chance to earn money while attending school. As a work-study student, you will apply for an approved work-study position and get paid for the hours you are employed.
Following scholarships are offered at Saint Leo University for students meeting the criteria;
- Executive Women International Scholarship (SHRC)
- Dorothy Elaine Dadez Great Expectations, SHR
- Single Parent Great Expectations, SHR
- Dennis Weber Great Expectations, SHR
- Tillman Military Scholars
- Alumni Association Scholarship