Who We Are
At Schreiner University, students enter with hope and leave with achievement. We are a diverse, fiercely independent university. We are affiliated by covenant with the Presbyterian Church (USA) with a main campus in the thriving Texas Hill Country. We are a uniquely Texan, Hispanic-serving institution. Schreiner University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and are strongly and actively committed to diversity within our community.
What We Do
Schreiner University is a place of opportunity. We support one another to achieve success in all that we do. We offer undergraduate and graduate students a personalized, integrated, and holistic educational experience that prepares them for meaningful work and purposeful lives in a changing global society. Students study in-depth in a specific area of interest while acquiring broad skills and habits of mind to navigate a complex, diverse, and unscripted future.
Why We Do It
- All students are valuable and unique;
- Every student should grow intellectually, physically, spiritually, and socially;
- We value diversity of people and thought in a setting of open, civil discourse;
- Life-long learning and service to society are critical in a global world; and
- Higher education must develop thoughtful, productive, and ethical citizens.
Where We’re Going
By 2028, Schreiner University will be a university of 2,250 students, educating men and women for service and leadership in the Hill Country, Texas, the nation, and world. We will recruit enthusiastic and diverse men and women and forge in them the intellectual, emotional, and personal resilience that has made Schreiner Institute, College, and University the uniquely Texan educational institution it has been, is, and will be.
An easy walk from the center of Kerrville, Texas, the campus is on Texas Highway 27 south and is near Interstate 10. A blend of colonial Georgian and modern architecture, campus buildings include five residence halls, two apartment complexes, a library, student activity center, welcome center, an auditorium, an athletic complex, an administration building, and four classroom buildings.
Approximately sixty miles northwest of San Antonio and nestled on the banks of the Guadalupe River, Kerrville is a vibrant community of nearly 25,000 citizens. Its friendly people and majestic scenery make Kerrville a natural place to live, receive an education, work, and play. It boasts a community rich in culture and heritage. From enjoying wildlife and nature while camping at exceptional parks to appreciating the fine arts, there is certainly something for everyone in the capital of the Texas Hill Country. With acclaimed local attractions and an endless display of natural brilliance, Kerrville is truly a Hill Country paradise where the beauty captures the hearts of those who experience the area.