Looking for an organization that caters specifically to the needs of female graduates of St. John’s? Look no further than the Alumnae Association, which allows you to reconnect with old friends, network with former classmates and interact with current students.
The Black Alumni Association (BAA) is dedicated to the pursuit of social empowerment by responding to the professional and personal growth of the St. John’s alumni community, promoting the Vincentian mission in all of its endeavors.
Are you a recent graduate looking to network and stay connected? We offer a variety of events for our Graduates of the Last Decade (G.O.L.D.), including social, educational, financial and career-enrichment activities.
The HLAA strives to empower individuals within the Hispanic-Latino community, providing alumni with academic, professional and cultural opportunities. The Association celebrates – and educates others – about Hispanic-Latino culture, while remaining dedicated to the Vincentian tradition of service and social justice.
Alumni from this cherished former location remain an integral part of St. John’s today, and the Lewis Avenue Alumni Association is their way of staying connected to each other and the University.
Notre Dame College became a part of St. John’s University in 1971 and, since that time, the Notre Dame College Alumnae Association has kept the legacy of their beloved institution alive and well on the Staten Island campus. Notre Dame College served the community as a premier women’s college for nearly 40 years.
Our former campus on Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn opened in 1929 and closed its doors in 1972. Its alumni are still a vital part of the St. John’s community, and through this Association, they remain close to the University and to each other.
All graduates of the Staten Island campus of St. John’s University are automatically members of the SIAA. The Association strives to keep Staten Island alumni connected to the University while also furthering the Vincentian ideals and mission upon which St. John’s was founded.
Become a Representative of the Student Alumni Association and tap into our vast alumni network! As a member of this prominent organization, you’ll represent St. John’s University and the Office of Alumni Relations at various events and functions, networking with our alumni and friends and gaining exposure to successful professionals.
The St. John’s University Jubilarian Society is an exclusive group reserved for alumni who are celebrating or have already celebrated the 50th Anniversary of their graduation. Each year the University hosts a dinner to honor these senior alumni as they commemorate this significant milestone.
All graduates of The Peter J. Tobin College of Business are automatically members of the TCBAA – an organization dedicated to promoting unity among Tobin graduates and encouraging a continued relationship with St. John’s.