The Johnnies Blog
When the days get shorter and the temperature drops, St. John’s University is filled with the spirit of the season. No matter how you celebrate, there are countless opportunities for Johnnies to enjoy this time of year.
St. John’s Queens, NY, campus is home to a wide range of religious and secular imagery that provide a veritable walking tour covering the history of the University.
While the college experience certainly has its fun times, learning is the ultimate goal. Fortunately, St. John’s University is an academic force, offering more than 100 rigorous programs. No matter which direction you choose, at St. John’s you’ll find a diverse, dynamic, and supportive environment focused on your success.
With things slowly returning to normal around the world, campus life at St. John’s University is thriving once again. Whether you live on campus or you’re a commuter student, there are so many reasons to celebrate life on campus at St. John’s and the start of the fall semester.
As a Catholic and Vincentian University, St. John’s is committed to serving the poor and the marginalized. No matter your faith or your beliefs, there’s a place for you at St. John’s and innumerable ways for you to get involved. Here are just a few.
We are New York’s team, and for generations, St. John’s student-athletes have been proudly representing the University. Whether you are an elite athlete or an exuberant fan, there are plenty of reasons to support the Red Storm.
New York, NY. The Big Apple. Gotham. You can call it what you want—but we call it home. With three campuses in this great city—in Queens, on Staten Island, and in Manhattan—St. John’s University students have every opportunity to explore and enjoy the greatest city in the world. Here are just a few favorites.
While St. John’s three campuses in the New York metropolitan area are certainly world-class, there are plenty of reasons why 42 percent of our students go global during their time here. Check out a few of our favorites: