Navigating New College


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DSC_3793This website provides resources, links, and community for current New College students at St. Edward’s University. Being an adult learner is challenging; students must balance career, family, and learning, while gaining access to and information on University services, which can be challenging for working adults.

The academic challenges offered by New College are rewarding because of the knowledge gained, the emphasis on strengthening ethical character, and increasing the skills that employers seek. The classes New College students attend offer an enriching experience, giving learners the opportunity to become better students, citizens, and, ultimately, human beings.  This website provides the easiest, broadest collection of resources for passingenjoying, and paying for school at St. Edward’s University.

DSC_3685In the Academic Support section, learn about academic resources like how to get computer support and writing help.

In Financial Support, learn more about financial management while in school and after graduation, and find out about the best way to accumulate the credits you need.

In the Community section, learn about places to eat and relax on campus, opportunities offered by St. Edwards to its students, and the other assets available to busy students, including SEU’s gym and recreation facilities.

And at the Campus Map, learn to find your way around campus.

Check out our Youtube channel for all of our quick guide videos in one place!

Featured Section: Getting Credits

The American Council of Education (ACE) offers a process that is one of the most underutilized yet most broadly accepted and easiest way to earn college credit, because it's training you've already secured.
  1. Do you have any military experience? Then click here to see how much of your training earns you college credit.
  2. How many corporate classes on leadership or manager training have you endured? All of it, from Starbucks to IBM, is potentially worth hours of college credit.
  3. Ever earned credit for taking and passing a scuba lesson course? Then click here and begin the application for cashing in work and life accomplishments for college credit.
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