Unlocking a Brighter Future

Supporting students is our number one priority, and we’re proud that St. Augustine College has been recognized as the #1 Regional College in the Midwest for social mobility by US News in 2024. Our commitment to providing an education that works with your life remains unwavering – from small class sizes, to flexible schedules, one-on-one advice with learning facilitators, and debt-free graduations. Start your studies in Spanish and finish in English.

Success Stories

Empowering students to thrive in today’s competitive world.

Choose Your Path

Learn more about our unique programs and student support services designed with you in mind.

Our new Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Early Childhood Education (ECE) degree program provides advanced training in early childhood education and student teaching opportunities on a path to working as a teacher in a public or private school.

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Our Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) degree curriculum* with a Respiratory Therapy concentration is designed to train you in the growing field of respiratory care. As a student in this advance-practice program, you will receive the training you need to work as a respiratory therapist in hospitals, home care, and other health care environments.

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Our Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree features a liberal arts foundation and a strong business curriculum, designed to open doors to careers in a wide variety of private, government, and nonprofit organizations.

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With a curriculum that adheres to American Psychological Association standards, our Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree program prepares students for careers in a variety of fields—from human resources and health care to sales, education, and customer service.

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With a liberal arts foundation and strong business curriculum, the BA in Hospitality Management program exposes students to culinary arts and hotel management, covering all major areas of the hospitality industry.

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The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems degree program is built on mathematics, communications, and strong computer programming skills, preparing students for a career in the rapidly changing Information Technology (IT) field.

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Our Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) degree program is built on St. Augustine College’s legacy of empowering a bilingual community through social justice, promoting positive change for individuals, families, neighborhoods, and the world.

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Our AA degree program in Business Administration is the first step to achieving your dream of pursuing a career in business or transferring to a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting or other business specialization.

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Our AA in Liberal Arts and Sciences degree curriculum* with a Child Development concentration gives you a strong base of knowledge in English, mathematics, science, and history while also providing key courses that are designed for students who are interested in professions involving children.

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Fund Your Future

Helping you graduate with little or no debt.

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Scholarships + Grants

Need and merit-based gifts that do not require repayment.

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College Work Study

Programs that allow you to earn while you learn.

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Federal Student Loans

Financial aid granted by the U.S. Department of Education.

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Building An Empowering Community

We envision a future where education is no longer just for those who fit a certain cultural norm or can afford it, but rather a life-changing experience where people of all ethnicities, genders and economic backgrounds can learn the skills they need to move forward in their careers or academic pursuits.

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