Twenty percent more freshmen applied to the Staten Island
The 26th Annual Staten Island Scholarship Dinner drew over 300
alumni and friends. In all, $35,390 was contributed towards
scholarships for students in need. The Graduate Division of the
College of Professional Studies started a master’s degree program
in Criminal Justice Leadership at St. John’s Oakdale location.
The Oakdale location’s doctoral program in Educational
Leadership and Accountability strengthened its position in the Long
Island market, adding two more cohorts of students.
The number of Rome alumni increased to 267, as 21 Master of
Business Administration and 19 Master of Arts in Government and
Politics degrees were conferred.
- Approximately 19,777 students across five locations in Queens,
Staten Island, Manhattan and Oakdale, NY; and Rome, Italy.
- St. John’s student body is made up of 14,908 undergraduate and
4,869 graduate students from 41 states and 148 countries.
- Hispanic (13%), African-American (13%) and Asian (12%) students
comprised approximately 38% of the University’s 2003
- The average SAT score for St. John’s freshmen in the 75th
percentile was 1165.
- 23% of our entering students were in the top 10% of their high
- 41% of incoming students were male and 59% female.
Mission = Access
- During the 2003-2004 academic year, 91% of St. John’s students
received in excess of $242 million in financial assistance through
scholarships, work-study programs, loans and grants.