The patron Saint of Saint Augustine’s University is Augustine of Hippo. Saint Augustine was born on November 13, 354 CE in Thagaste, Numidia, a province in North Africa which is present day Algeria. Saint Augustine is one of the most famous and influential theologians and writers of Western Christianity. He was a strong supporter of the poor and a defender of orthodox Christianity. To learn more about Augustine of Hippo, click HERE.
The university has reestablished its Lyceum Leadership Speaker Series to promote and enhance the academic, cultural and aesthetic
This summer, rising junior Colleen Bramwell, who is from Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, participated in the Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation (MCRF)
Valerie Evans, director of the Honors Program, attended a White House Summit in June focusing on creating a 21st century workplace that works for all Americans
When emergencies, such as severe weather or other situations occur that may threaten your safety, Saint Augustine’s University will use the RAVE Alert System to notify you.All students, faculty and staff members should register for the service today at: Get Rave Now
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