Exterior or St. Augustine Hall

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar provides services and support to students and alumni, faculty and their departments, and various St. John's constituents except the School of Law, which has its own Registrar.

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Through its varied activities, the office works closely with the offices of the Provost, Information Technology, Admission, Student Financial Services, the College Deans and the University Freshman Center.

Services

The Office is responsible for the accuracy and integrity of the University's official student records. Our chief responsibilities fall into six broad categories: registration; record-keeping; enrollment verifications and transcripts; course offerings; classrooms scheduling; and graduation. The Office of the Registrar provides the following services:

  • Facilitates the University course registration processes;
  • Maintains student academic records and mails student report cards each semester;
  • Guarantees the accuracy, integrity, and confidentiality of student records in adherence to state and federal regulations;
  • Produces transcripts and enrollment verifications for students and alumni; and
  • Reports student enrollment information to the National Student Clearinghouse for loan providers, employers, background screening firms, and health insurance providers.

Resources

St. John's University takes our obligation to safeguard the confidentiality of student information very seriously. We go beyond the requirements of the federal law that governs access to this information. 

In general, we will not release any information about you without your prior written consent. There are only two exceptions: 

First, we may confirm the following directory information:

  • Dates of attendance
  • Degrees or honors received
  • Your major

Please note that we will never volunteer this information. Under no circumstances will we give anyone your social security number, your GPA, the courses you took, or the grades you received. If you want someone to see your GPA, courses, and/or grades, you must ask us to send that person or agency a transcript.

If you do not want us to confirm even this minimum directory information without your prior written consent, you must request this in writing at one of the following addresses:

Students and Alumni of the Queens, Manhattan, and Rome Campuses
Office of the Registrar
St. John’s University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Attn: FERPA Desk

Students and Alumni of the Staten Island Campus
Office of the Registrar
St. John’s University
Kelleher Center
300 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
Attn: FERPA Desk


Please note that if you ask us to withhold directory information, we will not be able to confirm your enrollment or degrees for enrollment purposes, health plans, or other verifications of status.

The only other time that we may release information about you without your prior written consent is under those circumstances specified by federal law. For additional information about FERPA, the federal law that governs the release of student education records, click here or write to the following address:

Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, S.W.
Washington, DC 20202-4605

For more information about our policy and the governing federal law, consult the Policies/Procedures section of the current University Student Handbook.

Third Party Agencies

The National Student Clearinghouse is an authorized agent for St. John’s University and is approved to provide degree and enrollment verifications. If you are a third party agency requesting this information, please visit the National Student Clearinghouse's Verification Services webiste at https://nscverifications.org/.

If you have questions or need further assistance, please contact the National Student Clearinghouse via phone (703-742-4200) or fax (703-742-4239).

Students and Alumni

St. John’s University is pleased to provide enrollment and degree verifications free of charge to all student and alumni. There are three ways you can order an enrollment or degree verification: online, in-person, or through the mail.

Online Requests

Current students may order enrollment and degree verifications via the Web. To do so, click on the UIS in MySJU. Under the Student UIS Links menu on the left, click the "Student Records” link. From the Student Records menu, select “Request an Enrollment Verification.”

Recent alumni who continue to have access to UIS may also order enrollment and degree verifications online.

In-Person Requests

On the Queens campus, the Office of the Registrar is located in Newman Hall, room 102, which is through the breezeway adjacent to the Welcome Center. On the Staten Island campus, the Registrar is located on the first floor of the Kelleher Center. 

Mail-In Requests

Students and alumni of the Queens, Manhattan, and Rome Campuses
St. John’s University
Office of the Registrar
300 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
Attn: Verifications Desk

Students and alumni of the Staten Island Campus

St. John’s University
Office of the Registrar
300 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
Attn: Verifications Desk

When requesting a verification by mail, please be sure to provide the following information:

  • Full name and any other name used while at St. John’s University
  • "X number" - If you don't know this number, give us the last four digits of your Social Security number.
  • Dates of attendance
  • Division of the University you attended
  • Degrees you received
  • Address and a phone number at which you can be reached
  • Best times to call you
  • The name and address of the person to whom you want us to send the verification
  • Please be sure to sign your request.

Please note we only verify your dates of attendance, degrees and honors received, and your major. If you need verification of the courses you took, the grades you received, or your GPA, you must request a transcript.

Current students can view their entire academic record and student advisement report from UIS. You can also print your record from UIS, but it will not show your name or any other information that will identify you.

Social Security Number

A Public Notice about Social Security Numbers

New York State Education Law prohibits the use of the Social Security number for identification purposes. Additionally, the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) prohibits the release of the Social Security number without a student's prior written consent. Neither the State of New York nor the Federal government requires the release of Social Security numbers except in a few carefully defined situations, chiefly related to verification of entitlement to financial aid.

Because of the above and because the Social Security number is not a part of a student's educational history, the Office of the Registrar at St. John's University does not confirm or in any other way make reference to or reveal a student's Social Security number.

When we confirm or verify a student's enrollment or the award of a degree, we certify academic information that our records contain, information that originates with us and that we have authority over. If, for example, we confirm that St. John's University awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree to Jane Doe on May 15, 2002, we assert that our records indicate that a person with this name received the degree indicated on the noted date. We do not, nor should we, authenticate anyone's identity.

The grading scales for each level follow:

Undergraduate LevelGraduate Level
GradePoint ValueGradePoint Value
A4A4
A-3.7A-3.7
B+3.3B+3.3
B3B3
B-2.7B-2.7
C+2.3C+2.3
C2C2
C-1.7C-1.7
D+1.3D+1.3
D1D1
F0F0

''C'' is the lowest passing grade on the graduate level.There is no ''D-'' on the undergraduate level.

Additional Marks and Notations

UndergraduateGraduate
ABF - Absent/FailureABF - Absent/Failure
ABX - Absent/No PenaltyAU - Audit
AU - AuditINC - Incomplete
P - PassingP - Passing
UW - Unofficial WithdrawalUW - Unofficial Withdrawal
WD - WithdrawalWD - Withdrawal
X - Failure, No Penalty 

Please note the following pertaining to the University's marks and notations:

  • There is no mark of INC on the undergraduate level. On the graduate level, this mark is assigned to students who fail to submit a research paper or some equivalent research project.
  • On the graduate level, the grade P is assigned in courses that may only be graded on a ''pass/fail'' basis.
  • On the undergraduate level, the grade P is assigned to students whose application for the ''pass/fail'' option is approved and who do passing work. Undergraduates approved for the ''pass/fail'' option who do failing work are assigned the mark of X.Undergraduates approved for the ''pass/fail'' option who miss their final examinations are assigned the mark of ABX.
  • Undergraduates not exercising the ''pass/fail'' option who miss their final examinations are assigned the mark of ABF. This mark counts in the GPA as an F.
  • The mark of WD (withdrawal) is assigned upon the completion of the of the official withdrawal process.
  • The mark of UW (unofficial withdrawal) may be assigned, at the instructor's discretion, in cases for which there is an insufficient basis for an earned grade.
  • The mark of AU is assigned to both undergraduate and graduate students whose application for the audit option is approved. Students approved to audit a course receive no credit for it. Courses taken on an audit basis may not be repeated for credit.

Conferral of Degrees/Graduation

The University confers degrees three times a year: January, May and September. Summer degrees are conferred on the last business day of September and fall degrees are conferred on the last business day of January. Spring conferral dates are announced each year to coincide with the University's Commencement ceremonies.

Since the University confers degrees at various times throughout the year, students should consult with their dean's office for dates when diplomas will be available for pick-up.

Unclaimed diplomas will be kepts for five years from the date of award, after which they will be destroyed. Gradautes who request an unclaimed diploma after it has been destroyed will have to pay the replacement fee in effect at the time of the request. It should be noted that a replacement diploma may not be identical in all respects to the original.

Commencement

The University holds Commencement Ceremonies in May for the Queens and Staten Island campus graduates. If you plan to attend your Commencement Ceremony, you will need to register online at stjohns.edu/commencement. Registration for Commencement begins in March. For information regarding eligibility to participate in Commencement, please contact your dean’s office. For information regarding event details, please call the Office of University Events at (718) 990-6365.  

The School of Law and the Rome Campus usually holds their exercises in early June.  A full list of commencement ceremony dates can be found on the academic calendar.

Diplomas are not distributed at the annual commencement ceremonies, but every effort is made to have your diploma available in your dean's office shortly following the ceremonies.

Ordering Diplomas for Graduation

To apply for a diploma, you can access the Application for Diploma through your UIS account under the Graduation option. Please note that your diploma will not be ordered until you have submitted your Application for Diploma online. 

Certain holds on a student account prevent the ordering of a diploma. Students who have a hold can view their online account for details or contact (718) 990-2000 to review.

If your name has changed please submit a Change of Name Form through the Office of the Registrar.   Proof can be provided by court papers, marriage license, divorce papers, and similar documents. Students only need to submit documentation that attest to their name change. 

Replacement Diplomas

If your original diploma is lost, stolen or destroyed, a replacement diploma can be ordered. To order a replacement diploma, you need to file a standard application for diploma and a notarized affidavit. You also will need to provide copies of two forms of identification, one containing a photo. Examples of identification include a passport, driver's license, social security card, and work ID. There is a $50 fee for a replacement diploma. Please call (718) 990-2000 for applications and affidavits.

Loss, destruction, change of name, and theft are the only reasons for which a diploma will be replaced. We do not issue duplicate diplomas.

Applications for replacement diplomas may be mailed to one of the following addresses:

Queens, Manhattan, and Rome
Office of the Registrar
St. John’s University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Attn: Replacement Diploma Desk

Staten Island
Office of the Registrar
St. John’s University
300 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
Attn: Replacement Diploma Desk

St. John’s University recognizes that some students may prefer to identify themselves by a First Name and/or Middle Name other than their Legal Name. For this reason beginning with the Fall 2018 semester, the University will enable students to use a Preferred Name where possible in the course of University business and education.

Students may request this service by completing a Preferred Name Change Request form (PDF) in person in the Office of the Registrar. The student’s Preferred First Name and/or Middle Name may be used in many University contexts, such as MySJU, Blackboard, class rosters and ID Cards. Please note the University is legally required to use a student’s Legal Name for official records, however, whenever reasonably possible a student’s Preferred Name will be used.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Preferred Name?

A Preferred Name is a name a student wishes to be known by in the University community that is different from a student’s Legal Name. St. John’s University policy covers Preferred First Name and/or Middle Name. Students who wish to change their Legal Name can obtain information from the Office of the Registrar.

What is a Legal Name? 

A Legal Name is the name that appears on your passport, driver’s license, birth certificate, or U.S. Social Security Card.

Do I have to use a Preferred Name?

No. Use of a Preferred Name is optional.

Where will my Preferred Name be used? 

  • MY SJU
  • Class Rosters
  • Blackboard
  • University ID cards
  • Grading Rosters

Where will my Legal Name be used?

  • Diplomas & Commencement Information
  • Academic Certification
  • Transcripts
  • Financial Aid
  • Bursar’s Office/Billing Information 
  • National Student Clearinghouse
  • Athletics Rosters
  • Department of Public Safety
  • International Students Documentation/SEVIS
  • Student Financial Services Documents
  • Federal Request for Information
  • Judicial Records

How do I get my Preferred Name on my St. John’s ID card?

  • Once the Office of the Registrar has approved your Preferred Name, if you wish to have your name on your ID card changed you can do so at no cost in the Storm Card Office. Please allow 24 business hours after receiving notice that your name has been changed before going to the Storm Card Office.
  • Please note: Only your preferred first name and your legal last name will print on your ID card due to limited space.

Can I change my email address to better match my preferred name?

  • Yes, once the Office of the Registrar has approved your Preferred Name, your email address will be changed at that time.  It will take 24 - 48 business hours for this change to take effect. An IT Service Desk representative will call/email you when your email address has been changed.

Are there any Preferred Name restrictions?

  • Preferred Names may not be used for purposes of fraud or misrepresentation. The University reserves the right to deny a Preferred Name if it is determined inappropriate or if it contains offensive language.

St. John's University is pleased to provide transcripts free of charge to all students and alumni. Certain HOLDs on a student account prevent the issuance of a transcript. Students who have a HOLD can view their online account for details or contact 718-990-2000 to review. There are three ways you can order a transcript of your academic record at St. John’s University:

Online Requests

Current students may order transcripts via the web at MySJU then to the UIS tab.  Under the Registration/Schedule menu on the left, click the "Student Records" link. From the Student Records menu, select “Request an Official Transcript” and follow the prompts.  Please take special care entering the name and address of the recipient of your transcript.  These will print on the transcript exactly as you enter them. Please note that current students can view their entire academic record and run advisement reports through UIS.

Recent alumni who continue to have access to UIS may also order transcripts online.

Mail-In Requests

All students and alumni may also order transcripts by mail. Any student who attend St. John's in 1984 or prior should submit a written request to the appropriate campus. Students who attended the College of Insurance should submit a written request to the Queens Campus. Requests should be mailed to one of the following addresses:

Students and alumni of the Queens, Manhattan and Rome Campuses:
St. John's University
Office of Registrar
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Attn: Transcript Desk

Students and alumni of the Staten Island Campus:
St. John’s University
Office of the Registrar
300 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
Attn: Transcript Desk

When requesting a transcript by mail, please be sure to provide the following information:

  • Full name and any other name used while at St. John's University
  • “X-number” - If you don’t know this number, give us the last four digits of your Social Security number.
  • Dates of attendance
  • Division of the University you attended
  • Degrees you received
  • Address and phone number at which we can reach you
  • The name and address of the person to whom you want us to send the transcript
  • The purpose for which you are requesting the transcript
  • Please be sure to sign your request.

Walk-In Requests

Students and alumni are always welcome to stop by one of our offices to request a transcript in-person.  We will be happy to show you how to place an order online using one of the computers in our office. 

View the office hours and locations. Transcripts are processed within 3-5 business days following our receipt of your request.

Please note that we do not place the University seal on the outside of envelopes, nor do we sign the outside of envelopes that contain transcripts.  All transcripts contain the University seal and an authorized signature.

New York State's "Enough is Enough" Legislation

Effective October 5, 2015, New York State Legislation Article 129-B requires that, based on selected student conduct findings, all colleges and universities add notations to student transcripts. Through St. John’s University’s student conduct process, students found responsible for crimes of violence, including but not limited to, sexual violence will have the following transcript notations added:

  • Suspension Notation: Suspended after the finding of responsibility for a code of conduct violation.
  • Expulsion Notation: Expelled after the finding of responsibility for a code of conduct violation.
  • Notation if student withdraws from St John’s University while the investigation of the complaint is pending: Withdrew with conduct charges pending.

Those seeking the removal of a transcript notation for a suspension must submit a written appeal to the Office of the Registrar.  All such appeals will be reviewed by the Transcript Appeals Committee comprised of the Dean of Students or designee, the University Registrar or designee, and other University administrators as deemed appropriate. Suspension notations will not be removed prior to one year after the conclusion of the suspension. Expulsion notations are permanent.

If a finding of responsibility is vacated, for any reason, any related transcript notations will be removed.

Transcript Notations:

Significantly, Article 129-B mandates that higher education institutions include notations on the transcripts of students found responsible through the institution’s conduct process for crimes of violence, including, but not limited to, sexual violence, as set forth in 20 U.S.C. 1092(f)(1)(F)(i)(I)-(VIII) of the Clery Act. Such transcript notations must state “suspended after the finding of responsibility for a code of conduct violation” or “expelled after a finding of responsibility for a code of conduct violation,” as applicable. Should the student withdraw from the higher education institution while the investigation of the complaint is pending, his or her transcript must note “withdrew with conduct charges pending.” Higher education institutions must have in place written policies regarding such transcript notations, which, at a minimum,  provide an appeals process for students seeking removal of such notations in accordance with Article 129-B.

Students Advisement Reports are valuable tools for students and their advisors to enhance the advisement process. This report is an unofficial guide that displays how a student's coursework is applied to his/her degree program as well as an unofficialsource of information on degree requirements and GPAs. Additionally, information on advisement reports is "real time" - accurate at the point in time the report is run. If a student record is changed after a report is run, a new report must be run to reflect the change.

Student Advisement Reports are available for all undergraduate degree programs. Reports for other degree programs will be introduced as they become available. 

Accessing Student Advisement Reports
Students and designated advisors may access Student Advisement Reports through MySJU.

Once logged on to MySJU, students should click the "Academics" tab to access their advisement report. Please follow the directions below to access your advisement report.  

  • Students who started before Summer/Fall 2016 may access their report by selecting "Advisement Report (CAPP)" under the Student Advisement menu. Students should follow the prompts to enter the appropriate term and proceed to view previous reports, generate a new report, or complete a "What-If Analysis".
  • Students who started after Summer/Fall 2016 may access their report by selecting “Academic Advisement Report (DegreeWorks)” under the Student Advisement menu. Students will be able to view previous reports, generate a new report, or complete a "What-If Analysis".

Advisors may access the "Advisement Report (CAPP)" for students who started before Summer/Fall 2016 by selecting the "Advisor Menu" under the Faculty and Advisor Only menu in UIS, and then selecting "Advisement Report". Advisors will be prompted to enter the appropriate term and student(s) for whom to view or generate a report. Advisors may access the “Academic Advisement Report (DegreeWorks)” for students who started after Summer/Fall 2016 once logged on to MySJU.  

Accuracy of Student Advisement Reports
Although we make every effort to ensure the accuracy of Student Advisement Reports, these reports remain unofficial guides to degree progress. Students and advisors remain responsible for ensuring that all degree requirements are satisfied.

No degree will be automatically awarded based on a Student Advisement Report. Likewise, no degree will be withheld simply on the basis of a Student Advisement Report. Determinations to award or withhold degrees will continue to be made in each of the University's colleges according to its established policies and procedures.

Students should inform their advisors or deans of concerns about the information on their advisement reports. 

Reading Student Advisement Reports

Student Advisement Reports are divided into different areas. These may vary by program. Typical areas are the major area, the core area, and "free electives".

When you review your Student Advisement Report, you will notice that the letters "H", "P", "R", and "T" appear any number of times under the column headed "source" (on the far-right margin of the report). The letters represent the following terms:

  • H - History (a completed course)
  • P - Exception (an approved course substitution or course waiver)
  • R - Registered (a course for which the student has registered, or a course without a grade)
  • T - Transfer (a course for which the student has received transfer credit)

When you print your report, select "landscape orientation" to see all available fields.

About the GPA
For each area, the advisement report gives a GPA, which is calculated solely from the grades in that area. This GPA is accurate for the grades shown, but is not an official GPA - it is informational only.

The "Courses Not Used" area at the bottom of the advisement report shows all courses that have not been used to satisfy a degree requirement. This includes failed courses and those courses from which a student has withdrawn. These grades may count in a student's official GPA, major GPA, or honors GPA.

Note that the overall and program GPA's shown at the top of the advisement report include all grades in all courses taken. The area GPA's, as already noted, are calculated solely on the grades shown in each area.

All GPA's shown on the student advisement report are unofficial.

Checking Your Degree Requirements
If you have a double major, two programs will appear and you will need to run a report for each program. After running the first program, click again on the "Generate New Evaluation" link, and then click on the other program and "Generate Request".

Please note that degree requriements for any given program may remain the same or may change from year to year. Changes may be minor or significant. As changes are coded, the advisement report will automatically take any changes into account.

Students can find the effective date of their requirements by checking their "Catalog Term," which is located in the top-center area of the "Detail Requirements" version of the advisement report.

To see a complete list of currently available programs, select the "What-If Analysis" option. 

"What-IF Analysis" and Advanced Search Options

What-If Analysis
The "What-if Analysis" feature of the Student Advisement Report allows students to see how many program requirements they have already satisfied if they were to change their major.

Students may run a "What-if Analysis" against any available program. Advisors may also run a "What-if Analysis" for their advisees.

Important Points
The phrase "Entry Term" refers to a student's admission term to the University, which is used to determine his/her degree requirements. Select your entry term from the drop-down list. New students whose entry term does not yet appear should select the latest entry term available. 

  1. At "Step 2" of the "What-if Analysis," students choose the program for which they would like to run an advisement report (i.e. the potential new major). If a program does not appear in the drop-down box, either the program does not have an advisement report available or it is not an official program of study.
     
  2. Programs begin with a two-letter designation indicating the school that offers them. The designations are: SJ (St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences), PS (the College of Professional Studies), ED (the School of Education), TO (The Peter J. Tobin College of Business) and PH (the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences).
     
  3. Not all programs of study are offered on all campuses. When selecting a program for the "What-if Analysis," be sure to check the campus indicator (Q, D, R, S or M) as well as the degree and major indicators.
     
  4. The prompt "evaluation term" at "Step 4" refers to a student's anticipated term of graduation. Everyone may use the default term, "The End of Time."

Advanced Search Option
To find available classes for an unmet required course, click on the blue-highlighted course. Available sections will display for whatever term you initially selected. To display available sections for any other term, click on the blue-highlighted course and do the following:

  • Click on “new search.”
  • Enter the term for which you want to find available sections.
  • Enter the subject, course number, and /or other search criteria desired, and click “class search.”  Available sections will display.

The Higher Education Act Amendments of 1998 requires St. John's University to make voter registration forms widely available to our students.  In accordance with this requirement, please follow the links below for more information and/or voter registration forms.

Voter Registration Forms

New York State Voter Registration Forms

National Voter Registration Forms

Qualifications to Register to Vote

In order to qualify to vote in the United States, you must meet the following qualifications:

  • Be a United States citizen;
  • Be 18 years old by December 31 of the year in which you file the form (note: you must be 18 years old by the date of the general, primary, or other election in which you want to vote);
  • Live at your present address for at least 30 days before the election;
  • Not be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction; 
  • Not be adjudged mentally incompetent by a court; and
  • Not claim the right to vote elsewhere.

Related Links

New York State Board of Elections

United States Election Assistance Commission

St. John's wants to make it easy for students and their parents to find information important to them. The University's web site, bulletins and Student Handbook contain a wealth of information. The chart below serves as a guide to categories of information that are of particular importance.

Q = Queens
SI = Staten Island
R = Rome
L = Law
M = Manhattan

CampusDepartmentLocationPhoneContact
QAdmissionWelcome Center718-990-1802Samantha Wright
SIAdmissionKelleher Center, 1st Floor718-390-4500Samantha Wright
LAdmissionFinley Hall718-990-2310Alicia Meehan
RGraduate Programs
 
Rome Campus, Room 218N 
 
011-39-06- 393842Margherita Panzera (MA)
 
ROffice of Global Studies (UG)Rome Campus, Room 207W011-39-06- 393842Domenico Ferraro
     
Accreditation and Licensure
AllOffice of the ProvostNewman Hall, Room 234718-990-6578Linda Shannon
     
Athletic Participation Rate
AllAthletic DepartmentCarnesecca Arena, Room 108718-990-6221Michael Barry
     
Cost of Attendance
Q, M, LStudent Financial ServicesBent Hall718-990-5018Kayon McKenzie
SIStudent Financial ServicesKelleher Center, 1st Floor718-390-4352Thomas Marlow
RBusiness AffairsCollegio Leoniano 205W011-39-06- 393842Paolo Bartolini
     
Financial Information
Q, M, LStudent Financial ServicesBent Hall718-990-2000Rhonda Brown
SIStudent Financial ServicesKelleher Center, 1st Floor718-390-4353Thomas Marlow
RBusiness AffairsCollegio Leoniano 205W011-39-06- 393842Paolo Bartolini
Graduation Rate Statistics
AllInstitutional ResearchNewman Hall, Room B22718-990-1993Christine Goodwin
Refund Policies
Q, M, L, SIStudent Financial ServicesBent Hall718-990-2000Rhonda Brown
RBusiness AffairsCollegio Leoniano, Room 205W011-39-06- 393842Paolo Bartolini
Security Report
Q, M, L, RPublic SafetyROTC Center718-990-1435Denise Vencak-Toner
SIPublic SafetySpellman Hall, Room 116718-390-4487Eric Johnson
Students with Disabilities
Q, M, LCounseling & ConsultationMarillac Hallm, Room 130718-990-1485Dorothy Schmitt
SICounseling & ConsultationFlynn Hall, Room 115718-390-4451Erin Ryan
LDean's OfficeBelson Hall, Room 421718-990-6045Kimathi Gordon-Somers
ROperationsCollegio Leoniano, Room 205W011-39-06- 393842Claudio Marinangeli
Title IV Assistance - Study Abroad
Q, M, L, RStudent Financial ServicesBent Hall718-990-5018Kayon McKenzie
SIStudent Financial ServicesKelleher Center, 1st Floor718-390-4352Thomas Marlow
Title IV Returns
Q, M, R, LStudent Financial ServicesBent Hall718-390-4351Amy Park
SIStudent Financial ServicesKelleher Center, 1st Floor718-390-4352Thomas Marlow
Withdrawal Policies
Q, M, SIRegistrarNewman Hall, Room 102888-978-5646Joanne Llerandi
LDean's OfficeBelson Hall, Room 421718-990-6045Kimathi Gordon-Somers
RGraduate ProgramsRome Campus, Room 218N011-39-06-393842Margherita Panzera (MA)
ROffice of Global Studies (UG)Rome Campus, Room 207W011-39-06-393842Domenico Ferraro 

Locations and Hours

The Office of the Registrar strives to address the questions of students and alumni in a prompt, courteous, and professional manner. Please feel free to reach out to us by phone or email or stop by our offices for a visit!

Queens Campus
Manhattan Campus

Newman Hall, Room 102
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
1-888-9STJOHNS
718-990-2000
[email protected]
Staten Island CampusKelleher Center, 1st Floor
300 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
1-888-9STJOHNS
[email protected]
School of LawBelson Hall
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Law Registrar 
718-990-6600 
[email protected]

 Office Hours

Monday-Thursday8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
Friday8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Have questions for the Office of the Registrar? Contact us via email at [email protected] or phone at 1-888-9ST-JOHNS.

Contact Us

Office of the Registrar
[email protected]
718-990-2000

Joanne Llerandi
University Registrar
[email protected]

Ambeeka Jewnandan
Senior Assistant Registrar - Queens
[email protected]

Joel Abend
Senior Assistant Registrar - Queens
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Cecilia Robles Maring
Assistant Registrar - Queens
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Elizabeth Lattanzi
Senior Assistant Registrar - Queens
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Carolyn Senatore-Schiavo
Assistant Registrar - Staten Island
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Darlene Vietri
Assistant Registrar - Queens
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