Students in the Master of Public Health program at St. John's
benefit from outstanding academic, technological, and
Depending on the course, instruction is at Main Campus, in
Queens, or at the Dr. Andrew J.
Bartilucci Center, just a few minutes away.
The 40,000-square-foot Bartilucci Center features modern
classrooms, laboratories, and computer laboratory, and is
easily accessible via car or public transportation. The
Center is also a venue for outstanding symposiums,
seminars, and continuing education courses.
Public Health students also benefit from the outstanding
resources all St. John's students enjoy. Campus
facilities include high-tech classrooms, laboratories and our 1.5
million-volume Library, spread across
all five campuses.In addition to traditional physical materials,
computer terminals located throughout each library provide access
to a wide variety of electronic resources. These include the
catalogs of the St. John's Libraries; the catalogs of more than two
dozen consortium libraries; bibliographic and electronic full-text
databases; and much more. These resources
are available both on and off campus via the world wide web. In
addition, cooperative arrangements with other libraries provide
regional, national and international access to materials through Interlibrary
Health Education Resource Center (HERC) of the College of
Pharmacy and Health Sciences of St. John’s University, also
located in the lower level of the Library,
provides content-based information resources, research
support, and reference services to assist the College’s students,
faculty, and alumni. Resources are available in print or electronic
format, with a concentrated collection in health sciences, pharmacy
and allied health fields. The Resource Center also sponsors
educational programs which focus on contemporary healthcare issues
led by leaders from the fields of pharmacy and allied
D'Angelo Center is a five-story, 127,000-square-foot University
and Student Center with classrooms, lecture halls, a Starbucks café
and full-service food court.
St. John’s University students enrolled in undergraduate or
graduate degree programs have access to a variety of academic
support services. Students may seek support during their time
of study from Faculty Advisors/Mentors, the University Learning
Commons, the Institute for Writing Studies,
Center, the Library, and
attend various workshops hosted by Student Life.
Students take advantage of St. John’s location in dynamic New
York City. Our faculty and Career Center have strong ties to
employers and other professional and educational resources
throughout the New York area.