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Staten Island, NY
With programs for every path, a St. John’s University education gives you limitless opportunities to broaden your mind, discover your passion, and reach new heights.
At St. John’s, you help make the world a better place by volunteering, fighting injustice, and serving those in need.
Our more than 100 undergraduate majors and programs of study are designed to prepare you for a successful future.
With online, hybrid, and in-person options, you can earn a degree that works with your schedule.
As a St. John’s graduate student, you gain deep knowledge, practical experience, and lasting connections to help you achieve your goals. Whether you want to continue your studies, explore new avenues, or advance your current career, we can help.
Enrich your life with a nondegree program in everything from short-term English language and American culture offerings, to professional development or exchange programs.
Through the College Advantage Program, you can enroll in select high school courses while earning college credit at a deeply discounted rate.
See for yourself what it means to be a Johnnie.
As a Catholic and Vincentian University, our core values are woven into every aspect of our University and focus on six tenets: Truth, Love, Respect, Opportunity, Excellence, and Service.
“Embrace uncertainty. The road is not always easy. Never giving up, and staying focused on goals, is how you get through life’s challenges. Absorb the life lessons that St. John’s offers and always be ready to serve.”
"It’s all about a sense of belonging and I belong here. St. John’s welcomes students from all over the world and, conversely, encourages its students to travel the world and experience the homes of so many of the cultures found in Queens."
"As the product of a Catholic University, and as someone whose whole education was founded on the Catholic value of helping others, when I saw what was going on I wanted to do something."
"The professors really want you to succeed. I worked full time, and they were flexible and understanding. They didn’t give me passes or an easy out. They just gave me the tools. I would not be who I am today without St. John’s.”
"The University of Scranton, like St. John’s University, is a school that with such authenticity and passion believes in its mission and works to carry out that mission every day and in every way possible."
“I’ve been interested in the issue of fair trade all my life. I’m also focused on issues related to feminism, so I started thinking about women-run businesses in Africa. This project was the best experience of my life and I would never change it.”
At St. John’s, you can immerse yourself in a variety of new cultures and perspectives, whether you study in the US or abroad.
Nestled in the heart of Queens, NY, our 102-acre campus blends suburban tranquility with urban excitement.
At our Rome campus, you enjoy a timeless academic experience steps away from Vatican City and the heart of the city.
Immerse yourself in the City of Light and enjoy incomparable artistic, cultural, and educational opportunities.
Study in one of Ireland’s oldest cities at Mary Immaculate College, a vibrant Catholic college on 25 acres, steps from medieval castles and cathedrals.
Our current students and alumni have amazing stories to tell. See how these Johnnies have transformed their passion into real-world success.
A recent St. John’s University graduate is helping to grow the NASCAR brand, one race at a time. Although he graduated in May 2023, Phillip Hall '23CCPS served this summer as an intern in the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program (NDIP).
“Furthering my education is a priority for me,” Mr. Hall said. ”It could lead to bigger opportunities in the future.”
Sustainability is more than an experiment for St. John’s University student Lucas Shears. It’s a way of life.
Born into a family of green thumbs in rural Rhode Island, Lucas, a senior majoring in Environmental Science with a minor in Physics, is spreading the good news of eco-friendliness across campus as a member of the Earth Club and a student worker in the Office of Sustainability. He was among a small group of students who, to commemorate Earth Day in April, reopened the campus organic garden, raising vegetables to feed the hungry and planting trees to reduce carbon inefficiency.
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