SXU’s Commencement to be featured on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

This time of year brings convocations for both high school and university students across the nation and Saint Xavier University (SXU) would like to extend its deepest congratulations and well-wishes for success to all of its graduates! SXU held its 172nd Annual Commencement ceremonies during the weekend of May 5, where a total of 1,074 graduates were celebrated.…

SXU Graham School of Management featured in the Oak Forest Patch

The Saint Xavier University (SXU) Graham School of Management (GSM) was recently featured on the Oak Forest Patch sharing information about the Bremen High School’s recent visit for accounting students. After a full campus tour, Q & A session and lunch, the students began to truly understand the culture and community of SXU.Three current accounting students came…

SXU hosts Media Summer Camp – June 25 – 29

Saint Xavier University (SXU) will host a Student Media Summer Camp for radio broadcasting this summer. The camp is open to incoming high school freshmen through graduating seniors. Students will learn about broadcasting and program their own radio broadcasts while in the program. Tuition for camp is $150 per student, students can dress casually and…

SXU’s Meg Carroll presented workshops for IEP meetings

In March, Meg Carroll, Ed.D., provided a series of workshops for general education teachers participating in Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings and IEP-eligibility meetings for students with disabilities. In April, Dr. Carroll presented to the parents of students with disabilities, called, Surviving the Summer and Facing the Fall, which emphasized literacy development and learning within the family.

SXU professor Peter N. Kirstein to speak at Northwestern University

Peter N. Kirstein will moderate and speak on an academic freedom roundtable at Northwestern University as part of the larger Evanston Literary Festival 2018. The other panelists are all Northwestern professors: professors Stephen Eisenman (art history), Andrew Koppeman (law and political science) and Jacqueline Stevens (Political Science). This event takes place May 17 from 4:30-5:45 p.m.…