Find Your Place
Or places. At SAU, there are so many exciting and engaging student life activities from which to choose that you probably won't participate in just one. That's what makes living here so different from student life at other schools.
Uplifting dance moves
The SAU Dance Marathon is one of our many student Community Service success stories. Hard work and planning by hundreds of SAU students raised more than $1 million dollars for The Children’s Miracle Network and the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital!
All the Comforts of Home
A residence hall is more than a place to live. Students living in our comfortable residence halls participate in recreational, educational, spiritual, and cultural programs that contribute to their overall growth and personal development.
The Highest Possible Score
SAU was named for the second straight year a 2017-18 Five-Star Award school, but only 12 out of 171 earned a perfect score in the competition which measures commitment to character training, conduct in competition, academic focus, character recognition, and character promotion.
Four Years of Fun, Exploring, and Making the Most of Every Day
Since college life is a grand balancing act, we have plenty of choices to make it interesting!
Our Diversity panel discussion educated students and the public about racial disparities in the criminal justice system and the need to address these kinds of problems.
There's always something to do at SAU
Go beyond the classroom or lab to plan and participate in activities that enrich your life and the lives of fellow students.
Examples of how to get started!
Work with other undergrads to provide creative, social, educational, and cultural events for the St. Ambrose University community.
There's more to education than schoolwork. And by getting involved in any of more than 80 student clubs and organizations, you'll learn leadership skills and make friends for life.
Enrich your education by collaborating with others on campus-wide activities and events that deepen everyone's understanding and appreciation of other cultures.
Organize a late-night event that kicks off after 10 p.m. on a Friday or Saturday. Make it fun, make it healthy, and carpe that noctem!
Take advantage of leadership opportunities by attending a conference, being a part of a leadership program, mentoring in the Student Success Center, or joining a club or organization.
Students and faculty utilizing facilities, services, and programs at St. Ambrose University should feel safe at school and in all their activities.
Our Safety & Security Office works in partnership with the community to proactively reduce risks to safety, respond to threats/challenges to security, and enhance and maintain an environment conducive to study and growth.