We know you have high expectations for the college experience and want the best possible education for your child. So do we. Xavier students and graduates succeed both personally and professionally. And we have the facts to prove it.
In fact, according to the 2013 edition of U.S. News & World Report's: America's Best Colleges, Xavier finished #1 in graduation rates compared to all other schools in our category.
Here are a few resources that should help you as you prepare with your child for all that Xavier has to offer.
Will guide you through all available resources and financing options, including your individual financial aid package, loans, and payment plans.
Assists undergraduate students in creating an educational plan and choosing career and degree paths.
Assists students in preparing for employment or graduate school by providing career counseling and programming.
Serves students with disabilities and coordinates programs such as tutoring, workshops, and study groups for all Xavier students.
Manages educational programs, activities and resources that help recognize and celebrate the diverse composition of the University and its surrounding communities.
Guides residence hall living and programming designed to help students learn more about themselves through interactions with fellow students.
Serves and protects individuals and property within the campus community.
Provides opportunities for students to attend and participate in campus and community-related organizations and events.
Serves as full-time advocate for students and their parents, helping to resolve all types of issues and to guide decisions, small and large.