Founded in 1980, St. Augustine College is an independent college, with four educational centers in the Chicago area. It is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Our institution maintains modern facilities, the latest instructional materials, highly qualified faculty and a nurturing environment with a personal touch. We offer excellent academic programs that include a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work and a wide range of Associate Degrees and Career Certificates that prepare you for successful employment or to transfer to a four year university to complete a Bachelor Degrees.
We accommodate the needs of traditional and working students by offering day, evening and Saturday classes and providing child care services.
MISSION AND HISTORY
GIVING TO SAC
|1345 W. Argyle St.
Chicago, IL 60640
|3455 W. Armitage
Chicago, IL 60647
|2610 W. 25th Pl.
Chicago, IL 60608
|11000 S. Ewing
Chicago, IL 60617
Located on the North Side of Chicago, in the area known as Uptown, the College’s Main Campus is easily accessible by either/
car or public transportation. The five-acre campus is a landmark designated by the City of Chicago’s Landmark Commission.
In 1907, the American film industry was born in the then Essanay Studios where notable silent screen stars, such as Charlie Chaplin, made movies.
The Campus consists of two buildings (East and West), a chapel, a parking lot, and mini-plaza creating a safe,
self-contained environment. An overhead bridge connects the two buildings. The West Building is dedicated to student learning
and student life. In this building, students attend classes, visit with their professors, see their academic advisors, do
research in the Library, take their children to the child care center, eat in the cafeteria, and meet with each other in the
atrium. In addition to classrooms, computer and science laboratories, the West Building houses St. Augustine Hall with a seating
capacity for five hundred persons. The Offices of Recruitment, Academic Advising, Institutional Advancement, Career and Transfer
Center, and the President are also located in the West Building.
The East Building contains the Financial Aid Office, Business Office, Bookstore, Registrar, and other administrative offices.
In addition, the Professional Cooking Program is located in the East Building along with an instructional kitchen.
South Side Location
The South Side location is in the heart of Little Village at 2610 W. 25th Place. The facility has twelve classrooms,
three computer laboratories with a capacity for 22 students per lab, and the Resources and Study Room, which includes
print and non-print materials. A modern kitchen and lunchroom are located in the garden level with a capacity for 108 persons.
The child care facility is housed on the first floor. Public transportation is available one block away.
West Town Location
The West Town location is at 3255 W. Armitage. The location houses classrooms, three computer laboratories, a cafeteria with
skylights, and a child care facility. This location is easily accessible by public transportation with a bus stop in front of
the building's main entrance.
The Southeast location serves students in the far southeast tip of the city of Chicago as well as Northwest Indiana.
Selected courses are offered at the location which could be applied toward a degree.
The location address is 11000 South Ewing Avenue.