St. Xavier University

St Xavier University is a coeducational, private Catholic university founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1846 and serving a diverse population of just under 5,000 students. The University has two campus locations. The 74 acre Chicago campus is loacted in a residential neighborhood. The Orland Park campus is situated on 46 acres of wooded land in suburban Orland Park. St Xavier offers approximately 40 undergraduate degree programs and 25 graduate degree options in the School of Nursing, School of Education, Graham School of Management and School of Arts and Sciences. St Xavier University seeks diversely talented students who will engage actively in a learning community that is intergenerational, multiethnic and international. Programs of study emphasize liberal arts and specialized professional education within a context of ethical concern and social responsibility. The University complements formal curricula with co-curricular services and programs intended to enhance lifelong learning, foster personal growth and develop leadership qualities.

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Private, Coed 1846 Roman Catholic Semester $10.3 million 3700 W. 103rd Street, Chicago, IL 60655 (773) 298-3000
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52 100.0 Illinois Chicago 1078 1027