Saint Leo faculty members from each of the university’s four colleges and the School of Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Data Science (CARDS) were asked to share their career advice for graduating students.
Keynote speaker’s study of civil rights and racial justice in America is essential to understanding of modern U.S. history, especially as it concerns Florida, notes Saint Leo assistant professor Daniel DuBois.
Conversations on Purpose on February 22 will be an interactive, interview-style talk with Memphis Police Department Chief Cerelyn “C.J.” Davis, who will share how she strives to make a difference in her community.
One of the first universities to adopt online learning, Saint Leo University earned first-time awards in two categories: Best Online Bachelor’s Program in psychology, and Best Master’s Program in Computer Information Technology.
The new College of Health Professions and Wellness Center will offer opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the community to forge connections to their mental, physical, and emotional/spiritual health.
The December 17 symposium will feature experts from the Florida Division of Emergency Management, the National Weather Service, and others discussing navigating a historic hurricane season during a global pandemic.
The goal of the new programs is to make a private university education accessible and affordable. The new Tuition Advantage Program will provide an opportunity for a bachelor's degree at no out-of-pocket tuition cost.
Calls for police reform are prompting discussion on collaborating to protect communities, and Saint Leo University's panel discussion will feature area experts from the social work and law enforcement fields.
Saint Leo University is honored for providing high quality education at an affordable price, and the university earns high rankings for Best Regional University, Best for Veterans, Campus Ethnic Diversity, Social Mobility, and Most International Students.
A six-part, free series will take place via Zoom and will discuss topics included in "Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption," a popular book by Bryan Stevenson and movie, starring Michael B. Jordan.
Saint Leo University was named as providing two of the best online programs in the United States, according to the 2020 U.S. News & World Report's Best Online Programs edition, which was released January 14.
The second meeting of task force examines initial treatment of opioid abuse and overdoses as Saint Leo students and faculty as well as law enforcement, social services representatives, and others learn about the crisis in Florida.
Saint Leo University has a long history of supporting the U.S. military and in recognition of veterans and those serving their country, the university will celebrate Veterans Appreciation Week, November 8 – 16.
Saint Leo University was named as providing two of the best online programs in the United States, according to the 2019 U.S. News & World Report's Best Online Programs edition, which was released today.
This year, more stores announced they will not open until Black Friday, November 23. A new survey by the Saint Leo University Polling Institute shows close to 50 percent of Americans and Floridians support retail stores being closed on Thanksgiving and will not shop on that day.
Dr. Jeffrey D. Senese, president of Saint Leo University, has announced the appointment of Dr. Mary T. Spoto as vice president of Academic Affairs, effective immediately. Spoto, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, has served as the acting vice president of Academic Affairs since Senese was named president in July.