Schreiner University, established in 1923, is a private university offering four-year undergraduate, master of education, and master of administration degrees and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate and masters’ degrees.
At Schreiner University, students enter with hope and leave with achievement. We are a diverse, fiercely independent university. We are affiliated by choice and covenant with the Presbyterian Church (USA) with a main campus in the Texas Hill Country and first year campuses throughout the state.
Why We Do It
- All students are valuable and unique;
- Every student should grow intellectually, physically, spiritually, and socially;
- We value diversity of people and thought in a setting of open, civil discourse;
- Life-long learning and service to society are critical in a global world; and
- Higher education must develop thoughtful, productive, and ethical citizens.
Where We're Going
By 2023, Schreiner University will be a university of 2,250 students, educating men and women for service and leadership in the Hill Country, Texas, the nation, and world. We will recruit enthusiastic and diverse men and women and forge in them the intellectual, emotional, and personal resilience that has made Schreiner Institute, College, and University the uniquely Texan educational institution it has been, is, and will be.
The Schreiner Experience
We connect our mission to academic initiatives that prepare students for professional leadership, positive influence and life in a globalized world.
- LEAD PURPOSEFUL LIVES
Connect with community organizations that are solving real-world problems. Here, you can put your education to work and see its impact in action.
- DO MEANINGFUL WORK
Find work-study positions, internships and other professional opportunities in your area of study, gaining momentum for employment after graduation.
- CHANGE GLOBAL SOCIETY
Experience how others live, work and think, so you can gain a full understanding of a global world and bring that understanding back to your local community.