Liberal Arts students make connections across broad fields of
study. They think creatively and critically, learn the nuances of
human behavior, and understand the cultural values driving
As the oldest Catholic institution of higher education in
Florida, Saint Leo University has a century-long tradition of
seeking balanced growth in mind, body and spirit for students of
all faiths. Rooted in the 1,500-year-old Benedictine tradition, the
University creates a student-centered environment in which love of
learning is of prime importance.
Take a common core of courses in the social and natural
sciences, humanities, fine arts, religion and philosophy. Attend
lectures by noted intellectuals like filmmaker Ralph Clemente and
historical novelist Ron Hansen. Contribute to Saint Leo's literary
magazine Sandhill Review, and to Empiricus:
The Sunshine Journal for Collaborative Undergraduate
Research. As a Liberal Arts student at Saint Leo, you will
deepen your capacity for critical thinking, problem solving and
creativity, and learn to participate effectively in the global
Our 16:1 student-teacher ratio at University Campus is just
another reason why Saint Leo is ranked one of the top universities
in the South by U.S. News & World Report.
Graduates launch careers in business, government and social
service agencies. The interdisciplinary program also provides a
strong foundation for further study in a more focused area.
Expand your experience, broaden your perspective. Apply now.