Schreiner University

Kerrville, TX

Schreiner University

Kerrville, TX

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Schreiner University: You Will Achieve More

Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas, uniquely offers inclusive four-year fixed-rate tuition and transfer scholarships up to $68,000 over fours years based on a student’s overall application, including transfer GPA. Your tuition will not increase for up to four years, and things like laundry, parking, and even textbooks are included. Tuition is charged per semester, not per credit hour, so you’ll know what you’re going to pay regardless of how many hours you take each semester. Schreiner can be affordable: Our graduates typically graduate with anywhere from $3,000–$11,000 less debt than students from Texas Lutheran University, UTSA, and Texas State University—plus, they earn a higher salary after their first year of graduation compared to graduates from those universities. Applying to Schreiner takes less than 10 minutes, and your application for admission is also your application for institutional scholarships! You’ll receive your admission decision within days (not weeks) upon receiving all required documents. Schreiner will also complete your transfer credit evaluation within days of receiving your college transcripts.

Schreiner is located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, just 67 miles from San Antonio. With over 40 majors and programs—including new programs in Criminal Justice, Mechanical Engineering, and Civil Engineering—and a low 13:1 student-faculty ratio, our students receive personal attention throughout their education to ensure their success. The liberal arts education our students receive prepares them not just for their first job after graduation but their entire career. Our campus is open, so come to Kerrville and tour the beautiful campus or attend one of our on-campus events. 



#8 Best Value School in Regional Colleges West | U.S. News & World Report

College of Distinction

Recognized as a College of Distinction for Equity and Inclusion

College of Distinction

Recognized as a College of Distinction for Business

Financial Aid

#8th in the State of Texas for Best Colleges for Financial Aid | LendEdu

Liberal Arts

1 of 4 Private Liberal Arts Colleges in Texas for Top College Value according | Kiplinger

Social Mobility

#4 in Social Mobility | U.S. News & World Report


Top 10 Nursing School in Texas |

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#3 in Texas for Best Disability-Friendly Colleges of 2023

Transfer to Schreiner University

Schreiner offers students the opportunity to complete their degree after attending another institution. We accept credits from all accredited colleges and universities and will let you know how those credits apply to a specific degree plan of your choice. Transfers are divided into several different groups in terms of application items. The Regular Decision application deadline is January 15. If you have questions, contact us at

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • "During my time here, I have been incredibly blessed by the mentorship of faculty, the friendship of my classmates, and the many opportunities for campus involvement.”

    • Matthew W '22
  • “While at Schreiner, I have grown as a student, leader, and person. Due to the continual support, passion, dedication and belief from the professors, I know I can be successful once I graduate from Schreiner.”

    • Katie W. '21
  • “I wholeheartedly believe in the environment that Schreiner University fosters. Participating in the chemistry and Health Professions Programs has played an instrumental role in achieving my dream of becoming a military physician.”

    • Juan G. '21
  • “I chose Schreiner knowing I would have so many opportunities to be a part of the community while still being successful academically and earning my degree.”

    • Sierra N. '21
  • “I chose Schreiner because I could envision myself being a successful student. The smaller numbers allow me to get to know both my professors and my peers on a more personal level.”

    • Annie W.