The Manhattan campus of St. John's University offers the
supportive environment and world-class programs you expect of a
leading Catholic university.
This ten-story, prize winning "vertical campus" features an
airy, five-story entrance atrium, 16 conference and seminar rooms,
and high-tech classrooms. Explore the outstanding graduate
degree programs offered here.
Our first floor features an exercise room as well as a cafeteria
providing students and employees with an attractive and comfortable
space in which to enjoy wholesome meals. Our fifth-floor Student
Activities Center features lounges, a game room and offices for
student clubs. Residential facilities are available for 199
students, with options for double, triple or quad occupancy.
Situated across from the Hudson River, at 101 Murray
Street, our Manhattan facility is only a few blocks from Battery
Park City, trendy TriBeCa, Wall Street and the city's financial
district, which are well served by mass transit with easy access to
subways, buses and the PATH to New Jersey.
St. John's also has residential New York City campuses in Queens
and on Staten Island.
Manhattan Campus History
St John’s officially opened its Manhattan Campus in June 2001,
after its merger with The College of Insurance (TCI). Through
the merger, TCI became the School of Risk Management and operates
as a unit of the Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St.
John’s. The Manhattan Campus is the University’s fifth campus
To learn more, or to schedule a visit, call us at 1 (888)