Your Top 5

As we face these unprecedented challenges related to Covid-19 together, please know that the St. Edward’s University community is committed to giving you the support that you need. We curated this quick list (called Your Top 5) just for you. These are the key things you need to know (and do) this month to help you plan for the fall semester.

Fall 2020 FAQs

We continue to update Frequently Asked Questions with information about Fall 2020 from offices and organizations across campus about their planning for a safe, on-campus return.

Fall 2020 On-Demand Webinars 

We are looking forward to seeing students back on campus in a few short weeks. For more on what the fall experience will be like, watch webinars on housing and residence life and the academic experience

Move-In for On-Campus Housing

Sign-ups for a date and time to move-in to your residential community have now expired, if you have any questions please contact Residence Life where they will assign you a move-in time. Learn more about the move-in process.

3 Steps to Return to Campus

Students and employees are being asked to complete three steps before returning to campus in August. Learn more about online Covid-19 training, baseline Covid-19 testing and daily symptom checking. 

Introducing Our New Podcast

We’re bringing SEU to You, a new mini-podcast, in which professors give you a sneak peek into their thinking for their classes. Even if your exact courses aren’t highlighted, this should give you an idea of what remote and in-person instruction will be like in the fall. We encourage you to follow along.

BONUS: Tuition Insurance

Tuition insurance now covers claims for withdrawal due to Covid-19. If interested in purchasing protection, visit GradGuard. We recommend purchasing the Tuition Protection Plan, especially in light of Covid-19. This expands the scope of our refund policy by offering reimbursement for tuition and other required fees due to covered withdrawals. The deadline to purchase is Aug. 23.

Rise Up: A Vigil for Racial Justice and Call for Solidarity

St. Edward’s University embraces the Black Lives Matter movement and stands in solidarity with those seeking justice. The university recently held a vigil, Rise Up, to memorialize George Floyd and other members of the Black community who have been unjustly killed by police officers. If you were unable to attend, or you participated and wish to view again, see the recording.

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