Saint Leo University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (17)
Saint Leo is a joke. Terrible student advisors. Terrible IT. Terrible senior faculty. Terrible GI Bill administration. Even my professors slammed the school. I am planning to withdraw and go elsewhere. It is astounding to me that this school even is able to keep its doors open. What a waist of time.
The campus is beautiful. Most of the students are nice, but many are clueless. However, beyond that, the school is not a supporter of the arts. Theatre is an absolute joke. You will learn nothing about the craft of theater if that is your desire. You will learn how to be a good audience member. DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL IF YOU WANT TO LEARN ACTING, the staff is unqualified to teach it.
At Saint leo university I was able to obtain my Bachelors degree in Psychology. This has not only allowed me to grow as a person but this also helped me understand myself and the issues I have faced. This degree has opened many doors for me in my career.
I was a nice school. They keep their class on the small size less than 30 in any class. They have expanded a lot over the last 5 years. The school of business uses a lot of technology in the classes. No matter your major you will find your moving up with the same people.
Avoid even going there! Won't work with you and your classes if you want to transfer and overly charge for classes. Short deadlines to drop out classes .I repeat Avoid even going there! Won't work with you and your classes if you want to transfer and overly charge for classes. Short deadlines to drop classes
Saint Leo University was a great learning experience. I love the blended classes. The professors are great because they truly want you to succeed. I had to stop attending due to medical problems and the university worked with me every step of the way.
Other people tried to talk me out of going to Saint Leo because it was a private college and the cost was suppose to be higher. I was a non traditional student so I went to classes at night and the cost was comparable to the public college family had tried to encourage me to go to. I loved the small classes and the fact that we stayed together through the whole program. The professors were great and I truly feel that I got an exceptional education. I recommend Saint Leo to anyone wanting to go into education.
Saint Leo has a great Elementary Ed program that prepared me to become a highly effective teacher! Flexible hours, very knowledgeable instructors and great support from mentors! While doing my internships I was able to get a great introduction to lesson planning, differentiated instruction and other research-based best practices that have help shape my teaching approaches and philosophy. Their program offers a very well rounded program that helped me edify weak areas and allowed me to get ready to not only get certified in my state but also find my first teaching assignment. I love Saint Leo and I'm proud of being an alumni. I didn't even looked for other schools when I was thinking about doing my masters degree. I knew I couldn't go wrong by joining Saint Leo again!
Hi All - I am currently a MBA student taking classes at Chesapeake Virginia Campus. I am so ashamed to say that I am graduating from Saint Leo. This past year has been pure hell and I am warning you, DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL. They offer minimal classes on-ground (and the professors that teach this one class, MBA 560, MR. CONTEH is the worst. If a class is not offered on ground, you have no other choice but to take an online class which is $500 - $600 more. People, GO TO ANOTHER UNIVERSITY. I am now convinced that they don't care. Please spread the word to stay away from this school.
St. Leo is small and private so it's expensive and the social scene isn't big, but the education program is detailed, current, and designed with REAL teachers in mind. I would find myself jealous of larger "state schools" with football teams and more shopping/ bar options, however Saint Leo University was incredible at preparing me for teaching. The professors were thoughtful, considerate, quick at grading, and provided excellent feedback. The internships were realistic, easy to navigate, and honestly the best preparation for actually being in the classroom. The school was traditionally designed, yet very technological in it's advances. I also really appreciated the Catholic aspect and being able to spiritually connect and feel refreshed whenever necessary on campus.