1870, by the Vincentian Community
Rev. Donald J. Harrington, C.M. 15th
A private, coeducational Roman Catholic university (Vincentian
Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan, Oakdale, N.Y.; Rome, Italy;
Red and white
Total Student Population
21,067 full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students at
the University’s six locations. Students come from 46 states, the
District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands
and 110 countries. Learn more about our students.
1,253 non-resident students
represent 98 foreign countries
See our full listing of undergraduate and
graduate tuition, fees, and room and board.
During 2010-2011 academic year, 92% of St. John’s students
received $463 million in financial assistance through scholarships,
grants, work-study and loans.
Full and Part-time
1,513 full and part-time faculty
91% of full-time faculty hold their
doctorate or other terminal degree.
18:1 student/faculty ratio
Six sprawling, high-tech residence halls with
wireless Internet, lounges, study rooms, a resident's computer
center, 24-hour security and a new dining hall.
Modern, apartment-style housing with wireless Internet, adjacent
Limited student housing and wireless Internet in a ten-story
As a Big East university with a proud athletic tradition, St.
John's has 17 Division 1 NCAA teams.
St. John’s has more than 166,000 alumni, 81% percent of whom
reside in the greater New York region.
St. John's alumni are leaders in virtually every profession. Among
our more recognized graduates:
|Thomas Donohue ‘63C, ‘85HON
President and CEO, U.S. Chamber of Commerce
|Ed Romano ‘63CBA|
Executive Vice President, CFO, Warner Bros.
|Michael Repole ‘91SVC|
Co-founder, Glaceau Vitaminwater
|Terence Winter ‘88L
Executive Producer, “Boardwalk Empire,” HBO
Read the full list of notable