Welcome to the Office of Human Resources

The Office of Human Resources promotes competitive compensation, benefits and development opportunities for St. Edward's University employees, helping them achieve the university’s vision of educating students for the opportunities and challenges of a 21st century world.

HR has both service and monitoring responsibilities, including developing and implementing prudent and progressive policies, facilitating positive interaction and employee relations, and offers assistance with hiring, onboarding, benefits, payroll, employee recognition, training & development and more.

Human Resources observes the St. Edward’s Operating Principles and is committed to the following:

  • Integrity: We steward resources wisely and are honest, fair, ethical and confidential.
  • Partnership: We collaborate with our internal and external colleagues and senior leadership to advance the University's Strategic Plan and to promote well-informed people decisions.
  • Proactivity: We use our vision to anticipate and act on our customers’ needs.
  • Expertise: We are knowledgeable and creative problem solvers who understand the varying challenges and changing needs of our customers.

HR News


It’s time to check on your Flexible Spending Account (FSA)! The 2015 year-end deadline is coming up fast! The plan year began January 1st and will run through December 31st. Only charges incurred during the 2015 plan year are eligible for reimbursement for 2015. Any…


The Holiday Season is Upon Us!!!!

The Holiday Season is Upon Us!!!!

Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy, the holidays are here! It’s that time of year that brings families together and we make wonderful memories. However, it is also the time of year where we can have the highest levels of stress, anxiety, food consumption, and excess spending.…


October Newsletters

Our October newsletters provide a range of valuable information. This month we have an in-depth look at women's health as it relates to breast cancer, insight into the troubles of bullying and how parents should react, addressing personal problems at work, and many other informative…