Visitors invited to discover thevalue and affordability of a St. Ambrose Education

Staff Writer
Aledo Times Record

DAVENPORT, Iowa—All high school and transfer students, and their families, are invited to discover the value—and affordability—of a private college education at St. Ambrose University.

Open house visits feature a unique “shopping fair,” where prospective students and their families can chat with coaches, professors and staff about possible majors, career options and outcomes, university teams, and special programs and activities, such as the Honors Program and performing arts ensembles. The morning will include a campus tour, and important admissions and financial aid information. An optional tour of the Center for Heath Sciences Education will be available to those considering a career in the health sciences field.

Open House Days:

Monday, Oct. 13

Saturday, Oct. 25

Friday, Oct. 31

Monday, Nov. 10

Friday, Nov. 21

Individual appointments are also available Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

In addition to strong academics, extensive study-abroad opportunities and generous financial aid, St. Ambrose offers students some of the nicest residence halls in the Midwest, a wide range of varsity and intramural sports, more than 40 student clubs and organizations, as well as amazing personal attention from faculty and staff.

Founded in 1882, St. Ambrose is a coeducational, Roman Catholic liberal arts university rated among the top universities in the region by two national ranking publications. With an enrollment of 3,600, it maintains an 11-to-1 student-faculty ratio, offering 75 undergraduate majors and areas of study, as well as master’s and doctoral programs. More than 96 percent of undergraduate students receive financial aid and no classes are taught by graduate assistants.

For more information, call 563-333-6300 or 800-383-2627 or email, or go to