For years, you've fed, clothed and housed your children, nursed them in sickness and made sure their homework was finished on time. With all that attention, it's hard to imagine they'll make it without you. That's where we come in.
At Xavier, we provide each student with a solid education, a vibrant community and exciting opportunities to help them reach their potential. We've got your students' needs covered so they can focus on reaching the top.
A Jesuit education is based on the idea that everyone is a unique individual. That's why you won't find a lecture hall in our brand new Smith Hall – or anywhere else on campus. Because the Jesuit way of learning requires small classes and faculty-student interaction. You don't get that in a class of 500.
We have your child's appetite covered at the Hoff Dining Commons, where we offer 7+ food stations with vegetarian and gluten-free options.Learn More
An active body activates the mind, and our O'Connor Sports Center is a great place to blow off steam, stay healthy and have fun. The complex features a pool, weight room, cardio machines and basketball courts.Learn More
Xavier Wellness Services offers primary care, prevention, health education, allergy relief, travel medicine, and pharmacy. Students with special medical needs come here for individualized care.Learn More
As a Jesuit Catholic university, Xavier has always been about more than book learning. Our core curriculum expands the worldview of our students and empowers them with the critical thinking skills to find their way in life. That's what sets Xavier apart.
Our graduates are men and women for others who follow their dreams but also their hearts.
College is about people. And there's no better way to meet them than by joining a club. Xavier students have formed more than 160 organizations, from computer science to community service, languages and art.
With great music, professional sports and entertainment, there's never a dull moment in Cincinnati. Plus there are many internships to choose from and a thriving network of Xavier graduates who will help get your child a foot in the door.
Xavier is home to students of all faiths and walks of life. And with more than 15 religions represented on campus, everyone has the chance to see the world though someone else's eyes.
Our on-campus police officers are the best in community policing because they know our students. If ever needed, they offer a wide range of services to keep students safe.
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.
As a high school student, English Professor Norman Finkelstein was already thinking of himself as a poet. Then he won the New York City High School Poetry Contest, and his path to poetry was irreversible.
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.
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