[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2015-2016 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    Jun 24, 2024  
[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2015-2016 Undergraduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Division of Continuing Education and Student Services

Saint Leo University's Division of Continuing Education and Student Services provides undergraduate and graduate degree programs for adult students. The University emphasizes providing accessible academic and administrative support services for students pursuing degrees in the Division of Continuing Education and Student Services. Degree programs are provided at Education Centers located in the states of California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.

Students enrolled in degree programs within the Division of Continuing Education and Student Services find the course schedules are developed to serve the needs of adult learners. They are able to enroll at Education Centers close to their place of residence or place of employment, or take courses over the Internet, allowing them to work toward their degrees in a timely and convenient manner.

Saint Leo University is committed to the delivery of high-quality academic degree programs and to personal attention to meet the needs of all students. Support services and degree program characteristics at the Education Centers include the following:

1. professionally staffed Education Centers;
2. clear, concise degree evaluations;
3. emphasis on complete degree programs;
4. individualized, goal-directed educational counseling; and
5. flexible and reliable scheduling of classes.


San Diego Education Center


Naval Base Coronado Education Office

Naval Base San Diego Education Office

  •  Pacific Beacon  Office
  • Navy College Office


Gainesville Education Center


  • Magnolia Parke Office
  • Santa Fe Office

Key West Education Center


Lake City Education Center


Trenton Education Office


Lakeland Education Center


Madison Education Center


Northeast Florida Education Center

Mayport Naval Station Education Office


Orange Park Education Office

Display programs for Orange Park Education Office  

Palatka Education Office


Saint Augustine Education Office

Display programs for Saint Augustine Education Office  

Ocala Education Center


Lake-Sumter Education Office (Leesburg)


Citrus Education Office

Display programs for Lecanto Education Office  

Tallahassee Education Center


Eglin Education Office


Tampa Education Center


MacDill Education Office


Saint Petersburg Education Office


Adult Education Center at University Campus


Brooksville PHSC Education Office


New Port Richey PHSC Education Office


Spring Hill PHSC Education Office

Display programs for Spring Hill PHSC Education Office  


Gwinnett Education Center


Marietta Education Center


Morrow Education Center


Savannah Education Center



Columbus Education Center


South Carolina

Shaw Education Center


Sumter Education Office


North Charleston Education Center



Naval Air Station Corpus Christi Education Center



Fort Lee Education Center


South Hampton Roads Education Center


Chesapeake Education Office


Naval Air Station Oceana Education Office


Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story Education Office


Naval Station Norfolk Education Office


Virginia Peninsula Education Center

Fort Eustis Education Office


Langley Education Office


Newport News Education Office 


Student Services

Career Planning

The Office of Career Planning Department assists students with all phases of career development from career guidance and job search training to resume advice, interview skills, and professional networking. Our department provides career counseling and job search resources to assist students and alumni with making informed career development decisions both face-to-face and aided by technology. One of our strongest technology platforms is LionsLINK. LionsLINK is the new career management interface provided by the University for all students, recent graduates, and alumni. Not only does LionsLINK bring employers with internships and employment opportunities within reach, but the program also supports our emerging Professional Mentor Network. This initiative is being supported by Career Planning and our Alumni Relations Department and it seeks to connect alumni to alumni and, importantly, alumni and other professionals to our current students. Please contact the Career Planning Office for more information about the Professional Mentor Network.

In addition to direct services we provide to students and alumni, the Career Planning staff maintains active participation in various regional and national professional associations. This activity enables us to better support the work of our faculty and academic advisors with labor market research insights, innovative educational programming, and best practices in transitioning successfully into the world of work.

For further information, please access the Career Planning Department website, http://www.saintleo.edu or call 352-588-8247.

Saint Leo University sponsors on-campus career fairs, held throughout the academic year.  These networking events are open to all students and alumni.

Information on the specific student services offered at each Continuing Education Center can be obtained from the Center Director or academic advisor. This may include student chapters of professional organizations, services available through the University's website, and/or referral services to local agencies.

Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges

Saint Leo University is a current member of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Degree Network System (DNS).  The DNS is a group of institutions selected to provide servicemembers and their eligible family members the opportunity to complete college degrees  without losing credit because of frequent changes in duty station.  For example, many courses offered by member institutions have two-way guaranteed transferability to provide more flexibility and options in order to satisfy degree requirements. The SOC DNS Student Agreement issued to all eligible students at member institutions provides a complete evaluation of servicemember's prior learning, including courses from other colleges and universities, military training courses, military occupational experience, nationally-recognized exams, and other non-traditional credits, as well as clearly identifying requirements for completing the degree.  Current SOC Degree Network System membership and participating degree information is available at http://www.soc.asscu.org. 

Although Saint Leo University is currently a member of the SOC Degree Network System, membership or participating degrees may change at any time.