Saint Leo University Reviews

3.29 out of 5 stars
(24 Reviews)
  • St. Leo (FL)
  • Annual Tuition: $23,020
67% of 24 students said this degree improved their career prospects
58% of 24 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
Robert W. Botelho, Jr. - 10/8/2014
Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2015
"Also surprised at the whiners. You get in what you put in. This school will not just hand you a degree, nor will Fin. Aid do all the hoofwork for you. Get over yourself and take hold of your own future. Put your paperwork in ahead of time, dont be lazy and wait."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Financial Aid Department and University Staff - 9/12/2014
Degree: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2015
"Their financial aid and student accounts department are very poor and unprofessional. The staff's customer service is the worst I have ever seen in any business. You can not make any complaints without the university staff finding way to make you time there very bad. I have had ever thing from my refund being delayed to charges being added to my account. I was discriminated against after I file a complaint about the problem. My fellow classmate all enjoy their refund while my refund was with held for two weeks. I ended up having to withdraw for many classes because I could not buy materials needed. The college validated my complaint but make no attempt to help me in any way. The financial aid department are like organized crime family that remembered my name and made sure I was punished for filing a complaint. I was not given the pell grant for two years because the screwed. up. I lost thousands."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 6/30/2013
Degree: Business
Graduation Year:
"No support! Financial aid is a serious joke. Triple charges for a sub-par education. You will basically teach yourself! Do not try to get support from the center Director, (unless you are one of the few "preferred" students) no return calls and one liner returned emails stating "I will get back with you" which never happens. AVOID the Gainesville Florida campus at all cost-they do not have their programs, support staff, and instructors together!!! Basically, not worth the thousands of dollars you will pay for this school. You will not be supported as a student. Student clubs and organizations---other than the psych club are non functioning. Want to be taken for a ride, treated as if your worth is strictly for their financial gain,(at least they don't hide this fact, well after a year or so of attendance) bogus financial charges, unnecessary multiple same content classes, and an entire financial aid program without a SINGLE competent person on staff, then this is the school for you. Oh yeah, and you will still have to pay back the $40^ tuition cost for qualification for eh, say, maybe management at a fast food joint. Oh, and one more thing, the ONE thing you will absolutely learn for sure is their ideal of "core values" because it will be drilled into your head (CULT like) with EVERY ASSIGNMENT. Sad that most of them do not adhere to their own overstated value system which was probably written to attract unsuspecting and clueless potentials. But it looks pretty good in writing anyway. And, you know what they say about "looks". Never thought I would say this but it really is great to be a Florida Gator after experiencing all of the above!"
out of 5 stars
Please all my military or gov't friends. DON'T GO TO ST. LEO!!! - 10/16/2009
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Graduation Year:
"Please, do not go to school. No one there knows what they are doing!! It's very confusing and not worth the money. If you can go to a community college and then to a real university! This school is worthless. I am got out of the military and thought that St. Leo was the way to go. Boy have I been disappointed. I would not advise any of my military or government friends to go to this school. Please don't go to this school."