Online instruction has been extended for the remainder of the spring semester, all University in-person events are canceled, and we have transitioned to a fully remote workforce and workplace. After careful consideration, we have decided that we are unable to hold the Spring 2020 Commencement Exercises.
As St. John's University transitions to distance learning and remote working, we remain faithful to our Catholic and Vincentian mission to prepare students for personal and professional success in today’s global society.
From the 3-D printing of PPE, to wellness checks on our alumni, the St. John’s family rallies together to support our community.
Until we can welcome you back to our beautiful campuses, we invite you to get to know St. John’s through our virtual visit page.
The Vincentian priests and all who work in University Ministry and Mission pray for you daily and share a prayer with the campus community every week.
Whether you want to take a digital stroll down memory lane, join an online fitness class, or keep your young Johnnies engaged—we are your resource!
Learn more about the ways in which St. John’s answers the call from our New York City community in the face of COVID-19.
St. John’s Center for Counseling and Consultation offers free, confidential counseling to help the University community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These resources can help students with their wellbeing during this challenging time.
If you are new to working remotely, you may find there are some adjustments you have to make as you establish a new routine. Here are tips for a smooth and effective transition to remote work.