SFA Press Release

SFA - Virtual Info Session on Graduate School Programs, Admission

October 14, 2021 — All prospective graduate students and working professionals looking to advance their careers through graduate study are invited to attend Stephen F. Austin State University’s first virtual graduate school informational session.

Representatives from SFA’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies will present a one-hour overview about applying for and attending graduate school. The virtual info session also will review SFA’s own master’s degree, doctoral degree and certification programs.

SFA’s Showcase Preview, Virtual Showcase Coming This Month

October 3, 2021 — College-bound students and their families are invited to Stephen F. Austin State University’s Showcase Preview and Virtual Showcase, both of which will be held during October.

“Whether you attend one of our Showcase SFA events in person or virtually, we’ve designed them all to give attendees an up-close and personal look at everything our campus has to offer,” said Emily Jefferson, SFA director of undergraduate recruitment. “It’s the perfect event to have all your college questions answered while experiencing our campus in really unique ways.”

Noted Historian Dr. Douglas Brinkley to Visit SFA, Discuss ‘Discovering America from the Road’

September 13, 2021 – Dr. Douglas Brinkley, CNN presidential historian and professor of history at Rice University, will present “Discovering America from the Road” from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 14, at Stephen F. Austin State University in the Baker Pattillo Student Center Theater.

SFA Reports Fall Enrollment Numbers

September 10, 2021 - Almost 12,000 students enrolled for fall classes at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Fall enrollment totaled 11,946, a decrease of 674 students, or 5%. While total undergraduate enrollment decreased 6%, or 688 students, enrollment of new first-year undergraduate students increased 4%, and transfer-student enrollment increased 2%.


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