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SAGU is my home away from home. Almost everyone here I call family or friend. My professors are invested in my life - they are concerned about me and really do pray for me." - Chantal Jules, student

 


 

Because my classes address multi-cultural counseling, I am learning how to be more effective in the culture that I am living. Not only am I learning more techniques to minister to people in a more holistic, therapeutic way, but I am learning how to better understand the people's real need, instead of responding to what I perceive the need to be." - Vandy Saenz, student, AG US Missionary, Thailand

 


 

SAGU's reputable counseling/psychology program was a natural fit for me. I could not do this work without an understanding of how trauma affects a person, and tools with which to assist our girls to work through the trauma they have been through." - Crystal Sprague, alumna, Executive Director of My Refuge House


About

SAGU has provided Bible-based education since 1927. With one professor to every 19 students, professors meet individual student needs and personally invest in students' success. SAGU fosters a strong spiritual environment. Daily chapel services, classroom prayer, dorm devotionals and team ministry create opportunities for students to grow spiritually with peers who share their values.

 

SAGU's education department has a 100 percent state-certification passage rate. SAGU will minister in every country, Indian state and Chinese province in the next ten years through an initiative known as Mission TEN (To Every Nation). And SAGU athletics was awarded the Champions of Character award by the NAIA.

 

New dorms and a new fitness center provide a premier living experience. The Hagee Communication Center, which became home to the College of Music and Communication Arts, opened in the Fall 2013 semester and features a performing arts center, Black Box Theater, TV and film studios, recording studios, piano labs and more.

 

 

Facts

Founded: 1927

 

President: Dr. Kermit Bridges

 

Accreditation: SACS

 

Degrees Offered:
A.A., A.S., B.A., B.A.A.S., B.S., D.Min, M.A., M.B.A, M.S., M.Ed., M.Div.

 

Application Deadline:
Fall - August 15
Spring - December 15

 

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Financial

Financial Aid:
Academic Scholarships
Performance Scholarships
Assemblies of God Scholarships and Grants
Other SAGU Aid

 

Students Receiving Financial Aid: 92%

 

Forms Required: FAFSA

 

Tuition/Fees:
On Campus Undergraduate - $19,450

Online Undergraduate - $17,680

Graduate - $560/hour

Doctorate - $560/hour

 

Room/Board:
Undergraduate - $6,340

 

Total Cost:
On Campus Undergraduate - $25,790

Online Undergraduate - $17,680

Graduate - varies

Doctorate - $16,800

 

 

 

 

 


Students

Enrollment: 2012
49% male, 51% female

 

Student/Teacher Ratio: 19:1

 

Freshmen Information: Average ACT score: 21

 

On-Campus Housing:
Single Student

 

 


Activities

 

Varsity Athletics:
Baseball: men
Basketball: men, women
Cheerleading: women

Cross Country: men, women
Football: men
Soccer: men, women
Softball: women
Volleyball: women

 

Intramural Athletics available

 

Music Groups:
Choirs w/ open membership: 1
Vocal groups by audition: 4
Bands w/ open membership: 1
Bands by audition: 3
Music touring groups: 4
Chapel worship by audition: 5

 

 

Contact

Mail:
1200 Sycamore
Waxahachie, TX 75165

 

Phone: 972.937.4010
Toll-free: 1.888.YES.SAGU
Fax: 972. 923.0488

 

Online:
Web: sagu.edu
E-mail: info@sagu.edu
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