The Office of Institutional Research is a centralized resource to develop and provide timely, accurate, and consistent quantitative and qualitative information and analyses to internal and external constituents.
Providing statistical data to administrative and academic units to support planning efforts, program reviews, outcomes assessment, and proposals for external funding.
Assisting administrative and academic units in areas such as, retention analysis, enrollment projections and special studies
Initiating and supporting the development, administration, and analyses of outcomes related surveys. If you are planning to administer an outcomes-based survey, please contact our office.
Office of Institutional Research
St. John's University
Newman Hall B22
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439
Fax: 718-990-2314[email protected]
The At A Glance (PDF) is our one-stop overview of content for the University. It includes information on administration, students, faculty, financial aid, alumni, and more.
Download our Fast Facts Card (PDF) as a quick reference guide for useful University data and review our Office of Institutional Research Brochure (PDF) for information on institutional data, strategic planning, and survey results.
Christine M. Goodwin
Christine received her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, her Master of Library Science, and her Advanced Certificate in Library and Information Science from St. John's University. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Instructional Leadership.
Adam received his Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Sacred Heart University, a Master of Arts in Mathematics from St. John's University, and a Master of Arts in Statistics from Columbia University.
Veronica E. Cava, Ph.D.
Veronica received her received her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and her Master of Arts in General Experimental Psychology from St. John's University. She received her Doctorate in Educational Psychology (Human Learning and Instruction) from the CUNY Graduate Center.
Mary received her Bachelor of Science in Childhood Education from St. John’s University.
Alex Catterson, M.B.A. '21
Christine Freeze, M.S. Teaching Children with Disabilities in Childhood Education '20
Ronald Reyes, M.A. Applied and Computational Mathematics '21
Marianella Rivera, M.B.A. '21
A quick one page summary that includes current and previous year data on enrollment, academic characteristics of freshmen, religious affiliation, ethnicity, participation in Service Learning, faculty, and tuition.
Click on the Data Digits link below to download a PDF of the data you are interested in reviewing.