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  • Stepping Up To Support Military Families


    Saint Leo is among the first universities to join a national program that will prepare educators to meet the challenges faced by military children. The university’s commitment serves as a springboard for expanding ways to support military families. Read More

  • Batter Up!


    Saint Leo University partners with Ybor City Museum State Park in support of new exhibit, “Béisbol: Tampa’s Love of the Game.” Read More

  • Redefining "Veteran Friendly College"


    With the Office for Veteran Student Services as the focal point for resources and support, the entire Saint Leo University community is committed to assisting military and veteran students complete their academic “mission.” Read More

  • Summer 2012 Dean's List


    Each semester, undergraduate students who have earned at least 12 credits and a grade point average of 3.65 or higher are recognized on the Dean’s List. Saint Leo University publishes the list as a PDF on the university website after the end of each term. Students are listed alphabetically by their last names. Read More

  • Speaker Series for 2012-2013


    Free and open to the public, the University Speaker Series brings incisive, thought-provoking leaders to University Campus. Presentations this year cover a wide variety of topics and feature nationally recognized experts. Read More

  • New Career Planning Director at Work


    Rob Liddell encourages all students – young undergraduates to adult learners – at all levels of study to visit Career Planning often and become familiar with the many tools and services the department offers. Read More

  • Stepping Up for Tampa Bay During the Republican National Convention


    Saint Leo University was proud to help support the efforts recently of Front Row Tampa Bay, an unprecedented effort, built around the Republican National Convention, to promote regional and Florida businesses and economic opportunity to the rest of the nation and world as all eyes are upon our community next week. Read More

  • Fall 2012 Brings New Faculty Members


    Saint Leo University has welcomed new faculty this year at the Schools of Arts & Sciences, the School of Education & Social Services, and at the Donald R. Tapia School of Business. Read More

  • World View


    Since graduating from Saint Leo, Alicia Pellicer Bockel’s life has been a global whirlwind. She says a liberal arts education is instrumental in preparing students to adapt to today’s ever-changing job market. Read More

  • A Worn Road Map


    Associate Professor Stan McGahey, Saint Leo’s director of the International Tourism program, travels the globe visiting UNESCO World Heritage sites and brings his unique perspective back to the classroom. Read More

  • Musical Education: Photos from Rock the Vote


    Rock the Vote, the hugely successful nonpartisan voter registration organization, came to University Campus Tuesday, August 28, to deliver its energizing blend of contemporary music and civic awareness. Read More

  • Rock the Vote: Tuesday at University Campus


    Rock the Vote organization, the hugely successful nonpartisan voter registration organization, comes to University Campus Tuesday, August 28, to deliver its energizing blend of rock music and civic awareness to students and community members. Read More

  • New Academic Year Arrives 2012-2013


    Students at Saint Leo's University Campus are reporting for classes this week, and are finding a larger population of fellow students, new academic majors to consider, plus two new residence halls, a garage, and other improvements. Read More

  • Inside Political Conventions: Saint Leo Bloggers


    Enter here to get a glimpse of the grassroots democracy as experienced by Saint Leo University students placed in a special two-week seminar in Tampa, FL, conducted before and during the Republican National Convention. Read More

  • Saint Leo at the Olympics


    Phil Hatlem, instructor of sport business, was selected by Tiffin (OH) University’s 2012 Olympic Experience to serve as an "Olympic Fellow." Read More