I graduated from SJA in 1991 and I can honestly say the experience has made me a better person. I currently have a MBA in Finance and if it wasn't for SJA's strive to excellence even back in the early 90's I don't know where I would be. Even though the economy is in a recession and I have been laid off and can't find a job right now, but I still communnicate with people who are involved with the school and they keep me motivated and inspired.
I graduated from SJA 41 years ago and credit my education and the positive environment at SJA with preparing me to be successful. A non-coed education is a real choice that should be considered. I graduated at a time when women were not generally recognized as leaders or given many opportunities. My SJA education didn't automatically teach limitations... in fact, just the opposite. I highly recommend SJA and know that any young woman who is lucky enough to attend this school will also look back, as I do, knowing it was the right choice!