Civic groups, arts agencies and other community ogranizations
that enrich cultural life in the communities surrounding St. John's
University's campuses can find support from the Office of
Free concerts and blood drives, health awareness and food drives
-- the Office of Community Relations supports these and other
activities by partnering with agencies and organizations throughout
New York's five boroughs and the Long Island area.
For more than 142 years, St. John's University has fostered a
strong sense of commitment toward its neighbors.
The Office of Community Relations is dedicated to understanding
and serving the communities that border its campuses in the greater
New York area. The Office also maintains ties with communities
adjacent to the University's Oakdale, NY, location.
Through its community outreach, the Office has been able to
open lines of communication with community boards, civic
associations, local leaders, churches and Borough Halls.
The Office also oversees several annual community related projects
that help to address community needs.
Business groups and cultural societies, health organizations and
houses of worship -- groups like these promote the strength of New
York City's diverse communities across the metropolitan area.
The Office of Community Relations of St. John's University
is there to help and assist with regard to it's partnership with
the community at large. The Office partners with many local
organizations and civic group and hosts a Community Dialogue
Group, to promote cultural, health, and business development. The
Office also supports the community surrounding the Oakdale,
The Office also strengthens bonds between local businesses and
residents, by working with the Union Turnpike Merchants
Association, the Jamaica Estates
Civic Association and other related local groups.
For more information about the Office of Community Relations,
Office of Community Relations
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, New York 11439
Staten Island Campus