SXU installs new football field turf

Saint Xavier University (SXU) has recently completed renovations on the Deaton Football Field. SXU was also featured in a Patch article following the completed installation of the new football field turf. In the article, Mike Feminis, head coach of the SXU football team, shares, “We’re very thankful to the university for taking on this project and…

SXU students raise funds during senior capstone projects

Saint Xavier University (SXU) coursework has provided students with the skills necessary to jump-start their careers! By providing students with the tools they will need for success, they are able to easily transition into post-graduation professions. Senior communication students have taken the skills they have learned at SXU to the next level by transforming them…

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.