A liberal arts education prepares students to
examine ideas from multiple points of view, solve problems, adapt, and
Southwestern’s prime location gives its
students the best of both worlds – the charm of historic Georgetown with
convenient access to Austin, just 25 miles south.
Three art history majors and their professor
traveled to New York City this past spring to inspire ideas for the
students’ capstone projects.
Sabrina Silva ’18 provided
research and writing support for the International Center for the Arts
of the Americas at the leading art institute.
Armando Vidana ’19 expands his worldview and builds lifelong relationships in
Weston Hurt ’99 reflects fondly on his early career at Southwestern.
The A. Frank Smith, Jr. Library Center houses makerspaces where Pirates can gather,
create, invent, and learn.
Writing the college application essay is stressful. Here’s how to share your story
and set yourself apart.
From soloing at the Austin Civic Orchestra to
presenting at the Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference in
Japan, cellist Isabel Tweraser ’19 embodies Southwestern’s commitment to
Professor Thomas Howe leads SU students on a study abroad experience in
Robert Lehr ’15 and Professor of Mathematics Fumiko Futamura receive the Carl B.
SU Pirates who don’t have personal transportation or prefer
environmentally friendly options can explore downtown Georgetown.
Southwestern University celebrates our beloved Ms. Ella in a bench ceremony.
SU’s BC for Change Awards the Georgetown Family YMCA a $3,500 Grant
The Southwestern University Pirates men’s
soccer team (12-5-3) is going to the NCAA Tournament for the first time
in the program’s history.
October 26—28, Southwestern faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends gathered
to celebrate Homecoming.
The new CCPD offers expanded opportunities for students preparing for
internships and postgraduate careers.
Students are back! That means it’s time for a sequel to the “Missing You” video.
Promoting civic participation, the campus plan wins the top spot among
entries submitted by four-year colleges.
Watch special moments from the Final Beam
Ceremony including: Jack Garey signing the final beam and a bird’s
eye view of the construction.
Rebecca Skinner, SU ’96 and founder of the
International School of Brooklyn, helps build the new Dwight School
Dubai as associate head of school.
Devon Lucero and Chantal Gonzalez, both
’19, engage with experts at an international neuroscience conference and
coauthor publications in animal behavior.
Many college admission offices begin accepting
applications on August 1. Here’s how to navigate the process and put
your best foot forward.
Mentors invite students to see themselves as they could be.
Parent Leadership Gift Council
members and fellow parent volunteers warmly welcome new students and
their families to Southwestern at send-off parties across the state.
SU makes the annual list of “the best and most interesting” four-year colleges and
Deciding where you should attend college?
There are a lot of reasons to choose Southwestern University, but here
are 6 characteristics most students point to as reasons SU should be
your top choice.
Emilie Moeller ’18 shares how her time at
Southwestern transformed her from a shy Unicorn Handler to a confident
sorority president and tennis team captain.
Grants ranging from $1,000 to $1,600 will allow faculty to pursue graduate study or
The Professional Grounds Management Society
recognized Southwestern University with an Honor Award in the Society’s
2018 Green Star Awards® competition.
A tribute to lifelong friendships by alumnus Josh Franco ’07 underscores the power
of Southwestern’s community.by Josh Franco