Academic Support Services for Students

Campus Resources and Services

St. Edward’s University offers robust support to help students meet their goals in college and beyond.

Munday Library

The Munday Library is a hub of knowledge and information and a calm environment for studying. Visit the Library in person or online to

  • Get help with research (via e-mail
  • Get access to online videos, books, scholarly journals, databases, and more
  • Use one of the 150 computers available for students, staff, and faculty
  • Print for free (black and white only)
  • Check out Digital Media Center equipment during library hours
  • Use the quiet study areas available on first and second floor
  • Make an interlibrary loan request to borrow books or articles that the Library does not have

Academic Counseling and Support Programs

 Academic Counseling and Support Programs helps students choose classes, plan their college career and get help with coursework and college life.  Visit Academic Counseling and Support Programs on the first floor of Moody Hall, to get information about

  • Planning classes, majors, and degree programs
  • Learning study skills and time management strategies
  • Scheduling a peer tutoring appointment to get help with a class
  • Joining a supplemental instruction session (these are group enrichment sessions for selected courses)
  • Academic coaching for student-athletes

The Writing Center

The Writing Center, located on the second floor of the library, helps all students with any writing project. Visit the Writing Center website to

  • Make an appointment for an in-person consultation
  • Make an appointment for a videoconference consultation
  • Submit a draft for written feedback
  • Ask a writing question
  • Find online writing resources
  • Find writing resources for multilingual students

Career and Professional Development

The Career and Professional Development office assists all students and alumni with career development. Visit the office, on the web or on the first floor of Moody Hall, to learn how to

  • Explore career options
  • Find a part-time job, internship, or full-time job
  • Apply to graduate school
  • Get a critique of your resume, cover letter, personal statement, or LinkedIn profile
  • Practice interviewing skills
  • Learn how to network

Digital Media Center

  • Expert design, installation & maintenance of technology-enhanced (SMART) classrooms
  • Research, development and evaluation of classroom technology
  • Integration of computer and technology equipment via custom programming and network management
  • Specification, consultation and vendor recommendations for digital video and display system acquisitions
  • Digital equipment training and assistance for faculty and students
  • Digital video and presentational technology assistance for student presentations and curriculum-based projects
  • Project management, consultation and execution of special events and high-level technology projects
  • Guest lecturing services available on a variety of topics
  • Contact the Office of Information Technology to make an appointment. Phone: (512) 448-8443 Email: