College St. Augustine College

College St. Augustine College, 1345 W Argyle St, Chicago, IL 60640, United States: 38 reviews of users and employees, detailed information about the address, opening hours, location on the map, attendance, photos, menus, phone number and a huge amount of other detailed and useful information
Address: 1345 W Argyle St, Chicago, IL 60640, United States
Website: staugustine.edu
Phone number: +1 773-878-8756

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Elizabeth
I recently got an Associates Degree @ St. Augustine College. They offered financial aid and my sister went there so I did too. It took me a while due to minor set backs but it wasn’t because I was not smart enough. I just had to take a few breaks in between. I couldn’t juggle going to school and working at the same time. I got a D in History and that was unacceptable in my behalf. I had to pause. Thanks to the staff’s flexibility I came back and was successful. What I was beginning to love was the idea of e-campus. The school provides you with an e-mail account to access this academic social network that allows students to communicate with each other, teachers, and academic advisors plus other school personnel. They have a rule where the student has the privilege to be physically absent from class as long as they show 14 days of physical attendance. This is where e-campus comes in because the student can request and submit assignments via e-campus. What I would do is, form study groups and just chill in the school premises for a few days and then take attendance when needed or required by the professor. Sounds cool, huh!?
8 months ago
Dan Charles
This school is so unorganized. No one returns calls and when you finally get someone they tell you to apply to get answers. I did apply and still no answers to my questions. only the billing department called to charge me. When I did call and email every single person in the departments, I received contradicting information. You are losing money and potential students this way.
6 months ago
Nicole holtzhausen
Mostly, closed right now for the Covid. I went in for a quick exam. I had my temperature checked, was given a questionnaire, and lastly a mask had to be worn. Otherwise everything was was pretty much the same.
9 months ago
Tripp Atkinson
They don’t know how to explain to you nothing .they give out the right information
7 months ago
Ej Vatter
It may not be the prettiest or the best school, but it is a great school for lower class people. The tuition is really low and they always try to give you the most in financial aid. Everyone is respectful. 99.9% of the time the advisor knows your name not like the other school that every time you go to see your advisor they seem as if they never saw you in their life. In addition, they have a great daycare center. This is a perfect school to have a second chance on pursuing/continuing their major. The only thing I don't like about this school is that they don't have clubs to join but overall it is a great school.
9 months ago
Monica Garcia
Great School! I recommend this school to anyone????
10 months ago
Lord Kapacita
When you buy a pair of shoes at Payless you go there for a reason. You don't have enough money, you really don't care too much about fashion, you're not looking for the most courteous service or the fanciest installations. You NEED shoes and this does the job just fine. St Augustine, since its founding, continues to be a "bridge". Its does the job of exposing students, primarily immigrants in their mid30's and 40's to the US system of higher education. It is not a Harvard not a UIC not even a Northeastern. It does help in putting you thru the ropes, of Financial Aid, Tutoring, Accredited Classes and getting you out the door to CONTINUE your career elsewhere. In my 13 years there as a Student, as an Adjunct Professor and as a Full Time staff of the IT department, I saw many things I liked and many I disliked. But it never let me down as far as its mission. You get in what you put in. I saw student complain about financial aid and not wanting to pay $120 for a math book. But they had no problem driving up in their $1000 rims sporting the latest Smart Phone. Take the time to talk to a single mother, with two jobs trying to make it in school to get a better job and ask her what she thinks. Does she like the fact that she can bring her children and have them taken care of while she attends classes? The better questions might be: "Who" are you and where do YOU fit in to this equation. Perhaps you are a person based on your circumstances and expectations for whom, St Augustine, has not much to offer.
5 months ago
Bernard Lane
I am an agriculture engineer graduated from Monterrey tech in Mexico, one of the best private schools in the country. Despite my education background it has been a great challenge to succeed in the US market for multiple reasons. After several attempts and failures on other states I came to chicago. My prayers were answered when I saw saint Augustine across my new home. They welcomed me with open arms, they helped me update and print my resume, use the library and computers and most important they gave me a new hope. The hope that I can succeed as a Mexican immigrant and provide for me and my family. That I have value as a human being and that there is a community of Hispanic immigrants like me to lift me and support me. I am bless to have saint Augustine as my support...my platform to gain strength and launch myself again. I've been in US 25 years and I can say is the first time I found help like the one I am getting. So I encourage any immigrant to come to st Augustine where you will find opportunities, kindness, support and new friends. That is so rare to find. Thank you to everyone in st. Augustine keep the great job of being who you are angels. Dios los bendiga.
9 months ago
Lg Glez
Very Unprofessional, I had signed up an employee 2 months ago to take their sanitation class that started this past Tuesday, When we called Monday to confirm details and location we were told "sorry no classes we don't have enough people" Really JUAN OJEDA? Not even a courtesy phone call? We wasted almost two months now we have to wait until July 14th to start another class at a real college. What a joke, You should stop offering the class and wasting people's time. The worst part is that when I called to question when it might be available he won't even answer the phone or about a dozen messages left since Tuesday. Do yourself a favor and just go to The Illinois Restaurant Assn. downtown.
5 months ago
John Luther
Horrible school and counselors they got bad attitud .... all classes auppost to take in one campus but during the year they send you to a different campus..... they make you waste your time...
11 months ago
Michael Penn
Is is a college? How many students decide to study here?
1 month ago
Martin Thomas
1st things 1st
8 months ago
PANCHO LLENADO
Despues de tanto tiempo cerrado, me dio gusto que ya esté abierto. No esta atendiendo todo el personal, pero hay alguien en cada departamento trabajando y con mascarillas
5 months ago
Jay Goo
Buena escuela para todo aquel que se a puesto una meta en la vida.
7 months ago
Andy Sigears
Estudie en St. Augustine College en sus comienzos, de hecho fui parte de la primera clase graduada para entonces solo te recibías con un grado asociado y yo lo hice en concentración en psicología terminando mi bachillerato en Elmhurst Collage. Mi experiencia en St. Augustine fue gratificante debido q cuando comenze no hablaba Inglés y yo soñaba con ir al colegio de hecho todos los estudiantes éramos hispanos, Puertorriqueños, Venezolanos, Mexicanos, Colombianos y Hondureños. El lugar era pequeño y el Presidente del Colegio era creo q un Reverendo pero no me acuerdo de su nombre. Solo me queda por expresar mi agradecimiento a todo el personal y maestros de aquel entonces porque mi vida dio un giro a mi favor,hoy soy una professional con muchas experiencias gratificante, exhortó al estudiantado q lleguen lejos porque el cielo es el límite, mis mejores deseos para todos.
5 months ago
Michelle Ray
El mejor lugar para estudiar comienzas estudiando en español y terminas en inglés y con una carrera
3 weeks ago
Georgette Dilworth
No hya profesores te cambian d niveles antes era bueno ahora no
5 months ago
Nathan Davis
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Mark Kranum
5 months ago
Dolores Miles
8 months ago
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6 months ago
Moses Hidary
10 months ago
Chandni Banerjee
7 months ago
Mike Shepard
3 months ago
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5 months ago
Danielle Flores
11 months ago
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10 months ago
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1 month ago
Kyle Orth
10 months ago
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9 months ago
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9 months ago
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11 months ago
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5 months ago
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