Campus Ministry - Miraculous Medal Novena - Queens Campus
Campus Ministry - Heroes of our Faith - Queens Campus
Campus Ministry - Eucharistic Adoration - Queens Campus
Campus Ministry - Converse Catholic Bible Study - Queens Campus
Campus Activities - Student Leadership Conference - Queens Campus
Athletics - MBB vs. Syracuse - Madison Square Garden
Campus Ministry - Student Community Mass - Queens Campus
Athletics - MBB vs. Youngstown State - Queens Campus
Lent: Mass and Confession
Have You Heard About the University’s Employee Assistance Program?
As a St. John’s employee, you and your family have access to the University's free, confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
Alumnae Sisters Blazing New Healthcare Provider Trails
Elsen and Susan Jacob — twin sisters who earned their Pharm.D. degrees in May 2011 — share a lifelong commitment to helping those in need.
Office of Alumni Relations - Gianni Russo Show at Lorenzo's Restaurant
Speech and Hearing Center is offering free speech and hearing screenings
Reading and Writing Education Center Rolling Registration
Academic Lecture Series - (Re)Discovering Malcolm X - Queens Campus
Under the direction of the late Manning Marable, Zaheer Ali served as one of the project managers and senior researchers of the Malcolm X Project (MXP) at Columbia University.
Hugh L. Carey Scholarship Makes College More Affordable for NYC Student
A more affordable private education is within reach of commuter students from the city's five boroughs thanks to St. John's new Hugh L. Carey Scholarship Program.
Academic Lecture Series - Barbara Winslow: Be a Catalyst for Change - Queens Campus
Author Barbara Winslow commemorates the 40th Anniversary of Shirley Chisholm's historic (and audacious) bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Academic Lecture Series - Just One Person: Robert Levin - Queens Campus
What can just one person do to save the world? Composer Robert Levin explains how a love for West African music is helping to change lives.
Guess Who's Going Bald? And Whose "Locks Of Love" Will be a Lot Shorter?
Our campus community is getting together once again in the fight against childhood cancer. Join us at 1:45 p.m. on Thursday, March 15, in the D’Angelo Living Room.
Rudolph Cerjan, Sr., Father of Martin Cerjan