Pathway to Success: SAU in 2016

Since our founding in 1873, Spring Arbor University has been committed to offering a valuable and accessible education. Over the years, we’ve grown and expanded across the region, preparing students to serve God’s Kingdom as critical participants in the contemporary world. Our students are taught by a highly educated and dedicated top-tier faculty, enjoy and value their education and graduate to become successful and influential professionals, taking what they’ve learned at SAU into the world.

SAU’s 2016 distinctives include:

111 full-time faculty members (university-wide)

77 percent of our full-time faculty hold terminal degrees (university-wide)

3,341 registered students across all SAU sites

33,901 total credit hours taken (university-wide)

1,038 degrees conferred (university-wide)

$53,364,592 — total financial aid awarded to traditional undergraduates

92 percent — 2nd semester retention for first-time freshmen

95 percent of all 2016 SAU graduates are employed or in continuing education

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