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We made the list as one of the best equestrian colleges in the US. We offer fields of study in Biology with a specialized Program of Study in Equine Science, Business Administration with a Specialized Program of Study in Equine Business Management or Therapeutic Horsemanship Management, and a B.A. in Therapeutic Horsemanship. Also we have an online Business major with a concentration in equine management and our MBA program allows students to pick their field of study for practicum classes. Check out all we have to offer!

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Alumni Weekend 2017

24 April 2017, 9:23 am Written by

Hundreds of Alumni descended on campus Friday for Alumni Weekend. The weekend began with the Alumni Dinner where Abe VanWingerden '91 was honored with the Distinguished Alumni Award and Dr. Edna Ann Loftus was recognized as the first female recipient of the Distinguished Merit Award. The class of 1967 also presented SAU a check for over $50,000. Following was the Senior Art Show where our students were featured in the Vardell Gallery. Saturday began with several breakfasts around campus and the 47th Annual Laurinburg Confederation Softball Tournament. Milestone class reunions included 1967, 1977, and 1992. In honor of Earth Day, a March for Science commenced at the DeTamble Library and ended at the Wall (which was freshley painted by alumni Adam Breakey '94.  After lunch, the Recycle Regatta was resurrected and homemade boats raced across the lake from Buttercup Beach. (Check out videos on our facebook pages.) Other events included: The Boys Next Door production, Science Homecoming, Alumni Soccer Game & Reunion, Travel Reunion with Dr. Neal Bushoven, Alumni Writers' Forum, an informal Pipe Band Concert and an Alumni Party.

Students Perform The Boys Next Door

24 April 2017, 9:18 am Written by

Congratulations to our students for an outstanding job on The Boys Next Door. Cast: JACOB YOUNG as Arnold DASHAUN FERGUSON as Norman HIRO OGAHARA as Lucien TYLER DAVIS  as Barry MAINE TROTMAN as Jack  TREVOR McNEIL as Mr Klemper    SHAQUEENA KEMP as  Sheila  DELANEY POLLOCK as Johnsie Hedges, Mrs Warren and Sen.

Photos by Rooney Coffman

NSCRO (National Small College Rugby Organization) is pleased to announce the addition of Kevin Phillipson to its Board of Directors. 

As a Professor of Business with St Andrews University, a branch of Webber International University, in Laurinburg, NC Kevin teaches business, marketing, entrepreneurship and technology. He also consults with business owners doing strategic business planning specializing in small companies that have made it to year 3, reach somewhat of a plateau, and now are looking to move up to the next level by focusing on strategic planning, differentiation and product development. 

Kevin immigrated to the US in 1992 from South Africa. He has been a rugby player since the age of 6, and as a coach and administrator since 1993.

Kevin is currently president of the Southern Pines Rugby Club that has U19 boys, women's and men's teams, in both 7's and 15's.

NSCRO President, Steve Cohen, remarked that “Kevin’s professional and rugby background and experience will be a valuable asset to NSCRO in various ways, including the areas of business planning and development, marketing, and player advancement, coach development and rugby ethos.”

LAURINBURG, N.C. – The Rev. Wayne Meisel has accepted the invitation to be the commencement speaker at St. Andrews and will address more than 100 graduates during the 120th commencement ceremony on May 6.

LAURINBURG, N.C. – The Rev. John Hage, pastor of Brownson Memorial Presbyterian Church in Southern Pines, will be the speaker at the St. Andrews Baccalaureate Ceremony on Friday, May 5.

The brothers, Stuart and Dalton Marshall, St. Andrews alumni, have had a part in helping create the WWI Centennial Commemoration exhibit that opened on April 8 at the North Carolina Museum of History.

St. Andrews alumna, Lisa Godwin, an Onslow County kindergarten teacher, was named the 2017 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year during an awards ceremony Thursday in Cary.

LAURINBURG, N.C. – St. Andrews hosted the IHSA Semi-Finals with their Western team placing first with 36 points.

As a teenager she learned how to ride from the greats such as Vladimir Littauer and Jane Marshall Dillon. But more than riding, Peggy McElveen learned about the relationship between the rider and her horse. Instead of just going through the motions, she preferred influence – a skill that has served her well throughout her life.