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SAU follows all COVID-19 protocols.
No more than 3 family members and must wear mask for the duration of the tour.
No pop up tours. All tours must be booked in advance.
HAVE YOU ALREADY BEEN ACCEPTED INTO SAU?LET US KNOW YOUR INTENT TO ENROLL!
Admission requirements are listed below for those seeking admission into the freshman class, students seeking admission with transferable undergraduate credits, those seeking re-admission, and those seeking admission as international students. Students are admitted for the Fall Semester, Spring Semester, and Summer Sessions. Early submission of applications and other credentials is encouraged.
Contact the Office of Admissions at 919.516.4012 or 919.516.4018
TEST OPTIONAL POLICY
Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) will suspend the standardized testing requirement for students applying for the class of 2025. This policy applies to all new first-time application cycles, including early decision, early notification, and regular decision.
Students who choose to apply to SAU without test scores will not be disadvantaged in the review process. Students are not required to disclose why they have chosen to apply without test scores. Instead, we encourage students to highlight other impressive elements of their high school careers. This could include curricular rigor, volunteer work, social justice involvement, internships, or employment opportunities.
We understand that some students will still have access to standardized tests and would like for their scores to be considered. For these applicants, we will continue to accept SAT and ACT scores and review them as part of our holistic application review.
Saint Augustine’s University admissions policies are consistent with the mission of the institution and do not discriminate against applicants, students, or employees, based on race, color, creed, religion, gender, national origin, age or disability. In addition, Saint Augustine’s University seeks to promote a multinational and multiracial student population by recruiting and enrolling students without regard to race, gender or ethnicity.