The university was the only institution in Tampa Bay area to receive receiving funds from $5M grant to strengthen Florida's teacher pipeline.
Dr. Tammy Zacchilli takes a look at why it is difficult to follow through on New Year’s resolutions and suggests some ways to do better in 2024.
Those interested in fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry are invited to learn more about the craft of creative writing from Saint Leo faculty.
Saint Leo Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies’ Rabbi Maayan encourages everyone to “look for the opportunity to appreciate each person’s unique light.”
The university was an early leader in the field of online learning when the Center for Online Learning was established in 1998.
The university will hold its annual holiday concerts at 4 and 7 p.m. both days and present music answering ‘What is Christmas to Me?’
Black Friday may not be the best, but there still are deals, and don’t forget to “spend with meaning,” our faculty note.
Dr. Daniel Dubois, historian and a descendant of a Pilgrim, says the first Thanksgiving is a difficult story, but its spirit of humanity is to be celebrated.
Dr. Stephen Okey and his wife, Paige Cargioli, utilized Saint Leo University’s adoption benefit to assist in growing their family through Catholic Charities Adoption Services.
Sociology Research Symposium welcomes the Army veteran to share ‘living history’