St. Andrews University, a branch of Webber International University, is a rolling admissions university. We welcome applicants to submit their applications to the university and we will accept applications as long as space is available. Students are notified of admission as their files are completed and decisions are made. A successful St. Andrews student has a strong academic background, a record of involvement in co-curricular activities and a strong desire to contribute to the campus community. Please follow the links below for essential information about the St. Andrews undergraduate admissions process! We look forward to receiving your application!
With small classes, usually consisting of less than 25 students, the MBA program focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of business practices. The program capitalizes on the faculty's ability to focus on proven traditional methods of teaching which integrate the various facets of effective business administration, while utilizing information technology to enhance problem-solving skills.
St. Andrews welcomes international students to join its campus. We have a long history of international students attending St. Andrews, as well as, a strong study abroad program. At St. Andrews you experience close relationships with your professors who know you by name. St. Andrews appreciates and respects world cultures. Five percent of our student body comes from 26 different countries each year.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Resources
We are committed to assisting students and their families in meeting their financial obligations to the institution. Admissions decisions are based on applicant academic and personal qualifications, not on ability to pay. The goal of the Office of Financial Aid is to help students make their education affordable.
The Sandhills Program of St. Andrews allows "nontraditional" students the opportunity to finish their college education through evening classes without disrupting a career or family life. Programs include the Bachelor of Arts in Education with a concentration in Elementary Education; and courses leading to Teacher Licensure. In addition, St. Andrews now offers complete programs in Special Education and Middle Grades Education. Also available are the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies. Classes are held in the evening, Monday-Thursday, on the campus of Sandhills Community College. Based on needs, and in consultation with advisors, students may enroll in classes through The Sandhills Program, St. Andrews online, and on the main campus in Laurinburg (day classes).
St. Andrews Online
Whether taking classes on campus or online, our mission is the same, to provide each student with the resources and learning opportunities necessary to acquire the skills, knowledge, and qualifications for a lifetime of success.