Xavier has been recognized as one of the nation's best colleges and universities for 16 consecutive years in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings, including #3 in the Midwest in the 2011 rankings. Learn more about Xavier's admission process, scholarship opportunities, and campus life to begin the road to Xavier.
International students can pursue bachelor's and master's degree programs and a variety of options in Xavier's English as a Second Language (ESL) program. The Office of International Student Services provides orientation, adjustment services, information dissemination, programming activities, and serves as an advocate for international students as well as other students.
Students who are under the age of 22 and have taken college level course work at another institution should pursue transfer admission at Xavier. Adult students 22 years of age or older should visit our Center for Adult and Part-Time Students.
Each summer, Xavier University offers a number of outstanding opportunities for high school students to engage the University both academically and socially. If you are interested in Xavier and are currently a high school student, take a minute to check out Xavier's unique programs.
Students choose Xavier's graduate programs to prepare for career advancement or career change as well as for personal growth. They stay at Xavier because of the quality education and individualized attention from faculty and staff. Most of Xavier's graduate programs review applications for admission on a rolling basis. Xavier's graduate programs offer personal attention, focus academics and a network that leads to career success.
The Center for Adult and Part-time Students, CAPS, is a full-service office for adult students, 22 years of age and older, who wish to begin or complete an associate's or bachelor's degree. Xavier offers very flexible full or part-time schedules including day, evening and weekend degree options.