Others Believe in Our Mission
- To further its mission to help address urban issues, St. John’s
sought and received a total of $10,625,247 in government, city and
state foundation, and corporate grants.
- a $988,419 Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services
three-year award to the University’s Division of Library and
Information Science that will fund 40 full graduate scholarships
for qualified applicants who are interested in careers helping
- a $737,916 U.S. Department of Education four-year award for The
School of Education’s training program for teachers of children
with disabilities in low-performance urban schools.
- three awards totaling $335,000 from the United Way of New York
City for The School of Education’s Attendance Improvement/Drop-Out
Prevention Program at three schools.
- The 10th Annual President’s Dinner attracted more than
1,200 attendees, raising an unprecedented $2.1 million.
- Our alumni continue to demonstrate their Vincentian spirit,
with nearly 20,000 alumni making gifts totaling $6,333,545.
Loughlin Society membership grew to an all-time high of 1,918, with
members contributing $6,660,051.
- Donors taking advantage of planned opportunities contributed
gifts of $2,266,059, and the University received $17,293,629 from
more than 24,000 individual donors, surpassing previous years.
- Students and their families in low-income Queens neighborhood
middle schools will benefit from the innovative after-school
program to be funded through a New York State Department of
Education 21st Century Community Learning Centers five-year grant