In the Pre-Health Advisory Programs at St. John's, you'll
benefit from the outstanding academic resources for which the
University is known.
A recent $20 million upgrade has strengthened the
state-of-the-art quality of the University's science labs. Computer
laboratories on the Queens, Staten Island and Manhattan campuses
contain sophisticated PC and Mac workstations with a full range of
the latest academic software packages and full access to the
University's award-winning network. In addition, all new students
receive their own wireless laptop computer.
High-tech classrooms and lecture halls feature sophisticated
multimedia equipment. Lounges and quiet study areas enhance the
research experience in our 1.7 million-volume University Library. The
University’s new D'Angelo Center, located on the
Queens campus, is a five-story, 127,000-square-foot facility with
classrooms, lecture halls, a Starbucks Café, a full-service food
court and a distinctive lounge with a fireplace.
Students gain an academic and professional edge by joining any
of St. John's more than 180 student
clubs and organizations. Academic organizations of special
interest to Pre-Health students include the following:
Watson Pre-Health Honor Society: Provides Pre-Health
students with opportunities to increase their knowledge of and
experiences in the varied health professions.
- American College of Healthcare Executives (Student
ACHE): an association for students aspiring to leadership
in the healthcare professions.
- Roger Bacon Scientific Honors Society:
Recognizes and promotes excellence in biology, chemistry,
mathematics, physics and environmental science.
- Sigma Pi Sigma: Recognizes and promotes
excellence in physics.
At St. John's, students take advantage of the incomparable
resources of New York City. Innovative courses like Discover New York transform
the city into a "living classroom" where professors and students
gather at locations like Central Park and Greenwich Village.
Students also benefit from St. John's focus on an international
academic experience. The University offers extensive study abroad
courses during the academic year as well as the winter and summer
semesters. Students can live and learn at St. John's Rome,
Italy, campus and Paris,
In addition, more than 100 of New York's national and
international business, communications, entertainment and
health-related employers recruit St. John's students on campus each
year. Internships are available throughout the entire metropolitan