As part of his commitment to the University’s mission, Professor Mohsin constantly makes an effort to reach out to the poor and disadvantaged.
From Nigeria to St. John’s: Award-Winning Student Follows His “Calling”
Miller achieved one of his most prized academic goals when he was selected to assist a Nobel Laureate
St. John’s Student Goes Viral
As a seminarian student studying to become a Roman Catholic priest, Jun searched for student organizations that were dedicated to his beliefs in charity and prayer.
Focused On Global Leadership
Applying to St. John’s was a last minute decision for Alyssa-Rae Hug ’13C. “Most of the schools I applied to were much farther away from home,” says Alyssa-Rae, a 19 year...
Combining Language and Science for a Life of Service
Biology Major Receives International Fellowship to Study in Germany
At 14, she was appointed a second vice president of the New York State Youth and College Division of the NAACP
Aspiring lawyer, Jomaire Crawford ’09C believes her decision to major in English was the right one
As a Latina woman, Castro hopes that she can serve as a role model for those who follow in her footsteps.