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Campuses and Locations

Our Campuses and Locations

D'Angelo Center Building

Queens

The Queens campus features a broad lawn, handsome stone buildings, and ultramodern student residence halls. Facilities include high-tech laboratory and classroom buildings; the main collections of our 1.7 million-volume library; and a state-of-the-art athletic arena to enjoy watching our BIG EAST, Division I athletic teams.

Kelleher Center Exterior

Staten Island

The 16.5-acre campus features rolling lawns, apartment-style student residences, and architectural styles that range from red-brick colonial to the strikingly modern. The campus is located in the residential Grymes Hill section of Staten Island, one of the five counties, or boroughs, that make up New York City.

Manhattan Campus Exterior of Building

Manhattan

The University’s campus in Manhattan is situated on the Lower East Side, one of New York City’s most vibrant centers of the arts, education, and technological innovation.

Long Island Graduate Center Interior

Hauppauge

St. John’s University's Long Island Graduate Center, centrally located at 120 Commerce Drive in Hauppauge, NY, offers quality graduate education programs for those enrolled in The School of Education and St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Rome Colosseum

Rome

The campus, which the University established in 1995, combines the unique cultural resources of a great European capital with the world-class courses and faculty available at St. John’s.

Paris Campus

Paris

St. John’s opened its Paris location in 2008 as the latest site for its growing Study Abroad programs. Since 1995, the University has maintained a campus in Rome, Italy, that serves students in the Rome Semester and Discover the World Europe courses.

Limerick Campus Building

Limerick

St. John’s University is proud to announce its latest addition to the Discover the World Europe program: Limerick, Ireland.

Sustainability

Sustainability is a long-term responsibility to meet the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations. The environment has a limit and it must be respected and embraced. 
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