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Schreiner University

Schreiner University is a private liberal arts institution located in Kerrville, Texas. The University enrolls an estimated 1,100 undergraduate and graduate students. It offers 27 four-year undergraduate programs, an MBA and a master of education.

Location

Address
2100 Memorial Blvd
City
Kerrville
State
TX

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
1065
Total Graduate enrollment
71
In State Tuition Fees
21884
Out State Tuition Fees
21884
ACT Score
22
SAT Score
1455
Grade Point Average(GPA)
3.56
Male Female Ratio
43:57
Acceptance Rate
92%
Student Faculty Ratio
14:01

Additional Information

College Type
Private
Religious Affiliation
Presbyterian Church
Campus Housing
Yes
Mascot
The Mountaineer
Colors
Maroon & White
Conference
Southern Collegiate

College History

History

Captain Charles Schreiner founded Schreiner Institute in 1917 and worked toward its establishment until 1923. The military institute was created for young boys and included both secondary school and Junior College curriculum to prepare the students for further education. The year of 1971 marked the end of the military training used by the Institute. In 1973, it began using only college curriculum and changed its name to Schreiner College. The college experience changed again in 1981 when it became a four-year college. Not until 2001 did the college become Schreiner University and begin offering master's degrees. Schreiner University now hosts a number of lecture series and academic conferences, including its annual popular culture symposium.

College Specialty

Specialty

Schreiner University, a liberal arts institution affiliated by choice and covenant with the Presbyterian Church (USA), is committed to educating students holistically. Primarily undergraduate, the university offers a personalized, integrated education that prepares its students for meaningful work and purposeful lives in a changing global society.

Alumni

Alumni

James E. Nugent (Class of 1941), former member of the Texas House of Representatives and the Texas Railroad Commission

Campus

Campus

Rural, 170 Acres

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