St. John’s University has a "rolling admission"
deadline policy, which means you can apply at anytime. However,
depending on the program you apply for, there may be some important
dates you will want to pay attention to. Additionally, the St.
John's special scholarships programs have application deadline
dates, as well, that you will want to be aware of. Please review
the list below to ensure you submit your application and supporting
materials on time.
St. John's Catholic Student Scholarship offers a limited
number of awards ranging from $1,000 to $2,500 to
college-bound Catholic students regardless of the secondary school
- Deadline for Application: February
- Be sure to file for FAFSA by February 15
Take part in a four-year developmental program that translates
faith into action. Prospective freshmen
apply for this scholarship, and if chosen will receive a grant
of $5,000 per year which will be awarded for four years of study.
Extended deadline date is February 28
The application deadlines for international students are May
1 for the Fall semester and November 1 for Spring. However,
international students interested in on-campus housing for the Fall
semester must submit their application by January 15.
Fine Arts Applicants
The portfolio deadline for Fine Arts applicants is
Student housing is available on a first-come, first-served
basis. We strongly advise applicants to submit their completed
application, indicating their interest in on-campus housing, by
February 1, 2013 for the following Fall semester.
There are two deadlines for fall admission to our Pharm.D. program.
The priority deadline is December 1 with
notification around January 15. The regular admission
deadline is February 1 with notification around March 1.
All supporting documents must accompany your application, including
an official high school transcript and official test scores (either
SAT or ACT). Two letters of recommendation (one must be from a
science or math teacher), an essay of 250 words describing your
extraciricular activities, and a signed copy of the program's
Technical Standards, which can be found with the admission
application, are also required. International students may also
have to submit TOEFL test scores, in addition to a high school
transcript and either SAT or ACT scores.
Physician Assistant Program
Transfer students interested in the Physician
Assistant program should submit their admission application by
March 1 for Fall semester enrollment, and by October 15 for Spring
Ozanam Scholars Program
St. John’s has created a bold new program that will
provide a select group of scholars with a unique and innovative
learning experience. A cohort of Ozanam Scholars begins in freshman
year with each student receiving up to a $10,000 scholarship
renewable annually for the four-year program.
See our list of Graduate Deadline