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In First Visit to Ghana, Ozanam Scholars Use Field of Study to Address Social Injustices
For John Hobbs, eye-opening experiences have filled his four years of research and service in the Ozanam Scholars Program at St. John’s University. Yet some of his most prized moments came this past January, when the Legal Studies major joined fellow students for a senior trip to Accra, Ghana.
Student on stairs of Tobin
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University has been recognized again for academic excellence, climbing an impressive 81 spots in one year in U.S. News & World Report’s new list of the Best Part-time M.B.A. Programs.
Yolanda Arroyo-Pizarro

More than 140 members of the St. John’s community filled Marillac Auditorium on March 12 to hear Puerto Rican writer Yolanda Arroyo-Pizarro deliver the keynote address for the Dr. M. T. Geoffrey...

Devin Fairrow '20
1L Devin Sparrow has earned a spot in a unique summer internship program that introduces participants from diverse backgrounds to the international Rule of Law field.
Tobin accounting students threepeat their winning ways
Two teams of Peter J. Tobin College of Business accounting students from Staten Island captured a first place finish in their respective categories at the national financial information honor society’s Atlantic Coast Regional Competition.
St. John’s Students Make Lifesaving Diagnosis
Citing the comprehensive training they receive at St. John’s University, two students are credited with saving a man’s life on the last day of their five-week rotation at a local hospital.
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.
St. John’s University presents its second annual Dr. Jaya Haldar Memorial Seminar on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at 3:00 p.m. in the D’Angelo Center.
Three SRM students receive scholarships
Three juniors majoring in Risk Management and Insurance at the School of Risk Management, Insurance and Actuarial Science have each been awarded a $5,000 scholarship by the QBE Women in Insurance Scholarship Program.