Updated Wednesday, November 7, 2012.
St. John’s University resumed operations at its Queens, Staten
Island and Oakdale, NY, campuses on Monday, November 5.
The Manhattan campus remains closed. Manhattan classes will be
held — and Manhattan resident students will reside — on the Queens
campus for the rest of the semester. Affected students may log onto
UIS for course
schedules and locations. Manhattan phones lines are also out of
service and all calls should be directed to (888) 9STJOHNS until
Students, faculty and staff may find assistance with
transportation difficulties at the University’s Transportation
Resources Web page. For help with other storm-related
problems, the University has also created an Employee
The University has postponed public programs scheduled for the
week of November 5 in the School of Risk Management’s Center for
Professional Education (CPE).
Class registration for the Spring semester has been extended.
Students should visit St. John’s
Central for details.
Students planning to study abroad this spring should reach out
to the Office of Global Studies to
make sure their preparations—including obtaining a visa—are on
Due to storm forecasts this week, Admission tours for Wednesday,
November 7, and Thursday, November 8, are cancelled and will be
rescheduled. Please visit our Admission site for updated
St. John’s will continue to monitor conditions in conjunction with
New York City’s Office of Emergency Management. Updates are
available on St. John’s Web
site, St. John’s Central, Facebook and Twitter as well as our
emergency hotline: 1 (888) STJ-2499. For general information,
please call (888) 9STJOHNS or (718) 990-2000. Calls to Public
Safety should only be made for emergencies.
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