More Information

Featured News

Displaying all posts for: FeaturedView all news »
St. John’s Dance Team poses with new students by St. Augustine Hall
More than 2,100 prospective students—a record-setting turnout—and their families got a taste of the St. John’s student experience as they gathered inside Carnesecca Arena at St. John’s University’s annual Accepted Student Day, held on Saturday, April 7, on the Queens, NY, campus.
Young Alumni on the Rise
For more than 148 years, St. John’s has prepared students to excel as ethical leaders in their careers and communities.
April 4, 2018
Four students posing on campus
Ready to create your legacy? Next Step: Deposit!
March 14, 2018
We are the defenders
Meet three St. John’s graduates who embraced the University’s Vincentian mission of service by protecting their neighbors, communities, and nation.
Katia Passerini, Ph.D., PMP
On the occasion of the release of our Spring newsletter, I would like to share some reflections by travelling back to our first newsletter in Fall 2016 in which I referred to one of my favorite quotes from Kurt Lewin (paraphrased): it takes a lot of theory to make a good practice. And travel back we must since I want to share with you, students, alumni, faculty, and friends, our most recent journey towards increasing relevance and rigor in our academic programs....
St. John's University is proud to announce the creation of a brand new International Film Festival which will premiere during the Fall 2018 Semester in Queens, NY.
The College of Professional Studies is pleased to annouce that Professor Yevgenia Nayberg, Adjunct Associate Professor, Division of Mass Communication, has won the Sydney Taylor Silver Medal for Young Readers for her illustration work in the book Drop by Drop: A Story of Rabbi Akiva.
On February 8th, Doo Wop took center stage in the Communication and Collaboration Commons during CPS's seventh Research Forum.
Gabriel “Gabe” Lopez Jr. with Matthew Pucciarelli
The growing success of the St. John’s University Student And Faculty Engagement (SAFE) program was celebrated by more than 80 members of the University community at a recognition dinner held on the Queens, NY, campus on November 15.