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The mission of Saint Augustine’s University is to sustain a learning community in which students can prepare academically, socially and spiritually for leadership in a complex, diverse and rapidly changing world.
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SAU faculty make teaching and mentoring their top priorities.
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The generosity of alumni, the Episcopal Church, corporations, foundations and friends of the University keep SAU and, most importantly, its students thriving.
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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT SAU
Saint Augustine’s University Announces the Addition of Award-Winning Engineering Executive to its Board of Trustees
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Saint Augustine’s University’s HBCU Urban Access Hub Establishes HBCU Presence in Fresno, CA for the First Time Ever
SAU Extends its Recruitment Reach to Fresno, CA; Creates Transfer Portal to 4-YearRead More
Saint Augustine’s University School of Business, Management and Technology Receives Initial Accreditation from ACBSP
The Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) School of Business, Management, andRead More
What Our Students Are
Ashley is a junior accounting major and member of the Track and Field team. This summer she is working as an intern with Deloitte.
Sean is a junior sport management major and on the Track and Field team. This summer he will work as an intern with Lenovo.
Naiylah is a sophomore film major and co-host of The Oakwood 7 on WAUG. This summer she is working as an intern with CBS.
Peter is a junior Biology major, chosen to participate in Stanford Exposure to Research and Graduate Education (SERGE).
Louis received the opportunity to attend the National HBCU Business Deans Roundtable hosted by Deloitte University Leadership Center.
Lauryn received the amazing opportunity to attend the National HBCU Business Deans Roundtable hosted by Deloitte University Leadership Center.
McKenzie is a senior Political Science major and served as the 71st Miss SAU. This summer she is working as an intern with African American Mayors Assoc.
Sinanzwayinkosi is a double major in Engineering Mathematics and Computer Information Systems. This summer he will work as an intern with Lenovo.