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For Lexy Saraswate, who grew up on the outskirts of St. Paul, Minn., the looming question was where to go to college. A twist of fate led her to Xavier and an amazingly nice discovery.
Think you want to be a teacher? Xavier’s undergraduate education programs are among the largest and most popular with nearly 500 students enrolled each year. Here's why.
Laura Cherre knew she wanted to go into sports, and one visit convinced her she wanted to go to Xavier. She not only earned a Sport Management degree, she also gained professional experiences that were definitely big league—including the Bengals, Kentucky Speedway and The Columbus Blue Jackets. And even though she grew up in St. Louis and now works for the Cardinals, she'll always be a Musketeer.
Whether you’re looking for a major, internship or first job, here’s the one step every Xavier student should take—finding a mentor. That’s exactly what Ryan Murphy, now a newly minted graduate with a business degree in Management, did in 2014.
Xavier’s Office of Residence Life gave us the lowdown on the biggest challenges new students face, and also offered five ways parents can help ease the transition.
Speakers like Brad Fritz help prepare Xavier's nursing students for what they will face in the real world.
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Deadline to receive admission decision by the holidays
Deadline to apply for the Nursing Program
Deadline to apply for the Occupational Therapy Program
Deadline to apply to be considered for all scholarships and awards*
* The last possible test dates that meet the Feb. 1 scholarship deadline are Dec. 12, 2016, for the ACT and Dec. 5, 2016, for the SAT.
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