The quality of food is an important aspect of campus life.
That’s why St. John’s makes every effort to provide great food, an
assortment of menu selections and superb service. When school
is in session, the cafeteria is open as follows:
This Week's Menu
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|Food Court||8:00 am - 8:00 pm||11 am-7 pm|
Visit our food service provider, Chartwells' Web site
week’s menu and see for yourself!
The hours are extended for special events scheduled on Campus.
During the summer, the cafeteria is closed for service as of May
28th, but available to provide catering for special occasions.
Shuttle Bus Service
Service is provided to/ from Manhattan Campus to/from Queens Campus
while school is in session Monday through Friday. Schedules,
subject to change, are available on the St. John's Web site. No reservation is
necessary, but ID card must be shown to driver.
Texts, study supplies and college-related items may be purchased
online from the
St John's University Bookstore.
Students have access to computer labs on the 2th floor and in the
Library during all operating (class meeting and library) hours of
The Public Safety Department is a 24/7 operation that enforces the
rules and regulations of the University and Student/Resident Life
policies and procedures. They provide the University with a
safe and secure environment, protect life and property, are trained
in emergency/evacuation procedures and educate the University
community regarding crime prevention methods. All visitors and
guests of the campus must sign in and receive a visitor or Guest
I.D. upon entering the building. Visitors must be received by a
host (library, office or individual resident student).
Sgt. Darren Castner
Public Safety, Room 124
All members of the college community, including students, must
carry their validated Storm Card. Lost identification cards can be
purchased through the Storm Card Office on the first floor near
The Office of Student Life is staffed to assist students regarding
a wide variety of personal, career, academic and social
concerns. Referrals are made to the Counseling Center on the