Success Stories

Joan Lacagnina ’88CBA is a Role Model for St. John’s Students.
Although we probably don’t know it, most of us are connected to Margaret Keane ‘81C, ‘87MBA through the plastic in our wallets.
James J. Gaffney ’63CBA, ’07HON has Never Forgotten Where it All Began
Being part of the University community allowed him to develop a lifelong sense of personal and professional self-confidence, coupled with a recognition of the importance of making a difference for others, that has remained with him throughout his life.
There’s no question that the 1980s was an exciting decade for St. John’s University, and Janet Catenacci had a front-row seat – literally.
Small Town, Big Heart: Pat Bean ’80CBA, ’88MBA and the Staten Island Golf Outing
“I came to St. John’s because I received a very generous scholarship to be on the Speech and Debate Team,” Ahlstrom recalled. “And for that, I am forever grateful..."
A Commitment To Justice Inspires
Ada Lee

After  visiting St. John's on a campus tour, Ada Lee fell in love with St. John's.  Even so, her acceptance into the University’s Honors Program is what sealed the deal...

“St. John’s has given me an education no other institution could,” said Robert Marrocco ‘12TCB.
Leonard L. Hamlin, Jr., a senior in St. John’s University’s Peter J. Tobin College of Business, understands just how important taking advantage of opportunities can be.
As an accounting major, Amy Petersen was asked to participate in this year’s Volunteer Income Tax Program, created by her professor Dr. Dorata and co-sponsored by the Brooklyn Bread and Life.

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