Family Weekend is a long-standing tradition where St. John’s parents and families are invited to explore campus alongside their students, meet other families, and experience life at the University.
During the six decades he has devoted to St. John’s University, John P. “Jack” Clarke, Esq. ’55CBA, ’57L, has successfully helmed a wide array of challenging roles, including as teacher of an...
Carnesecca Arena was awash with red as St. John’s University welcomed more than 3,000 first-year and transfer students from the Queens and Staten Island, NY, campuses at its annual New Student Convocation.
St. John’s University celebrated its 20th anniversary of Residence Life as 3,119 new and returning students, along with their families, were welcomed in late summer to housing facilities on the institution’s campuses in Queens and Staten Island, NY.
For 1,870 minutes in honor of St. John’s founding year – Johnnies from all over the world will unite and make an impact on St. John’s students. Make a gift today during SJYOUGIVE - St. John’s first-ever giving day.
St. John’s alumni often point to the University’s Catholic and Vincentian mission of helping others as the inspiration for launching careers that serve the common good. This trio of Johnnies serves as a small sample of the countless generations of graduates who devote their lives to public service and uphold that time-honored pledge every day through their work in law enforcement.
David Bell, Ed.D., assumed the role of Dean of The School of Education at St. John’s University on August 1, 2019. Dr. Bell previously served as Associate Dean for Curriculum and Accreditation in the...
The St. John’s University Office of Marketing and Communications recently garnered a 2019 Telly Award. The Bronze Award was earned for a promotional video in the category, “Regional TV: Schools, Colleges and Universities.”
A half century ago, a series of monumental events took place over the course of one calendar year that would change the world and leave an indelible mark on history as one of the most culturally defining years to date. In this four-part series, we take a look back at life in 1969, as well as the people, places, and events of that year and their impact on society and the St. John’s Community.
Pope Francis wrote that “making a pilgrimage is one of the most eloquent expressions of faith.” A pilgrimage is a spiritual journey to a place made holy by a heavenly encounter. From May 24 through June 3, St. John’s University students Paul Espiritu, Samantha Melendez, Keyla Peyano, and Theresa Vogel had the opportunity to visit one of those very special places: Lourdes, France.