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Explore. Examine. Excel.

At St. John's, you have endless opportunities to discover what inspires you, with academic programs encompassing the arts, business, education, law, pharmacy, technology, and the natural and applied sciences.

Facts-At-A-Glance

St. John's University Classroom in Session

17:1

Student-to-Faculty Ratio
St. John's University D'Angelo Center

90%

Faculty with Advanced Degrees
St. John's University Students in Class

50+

Centers, Clinics, and Institutes
St. John's University students collaborating with professor in library

The Choice is Yours

St. John's offers more than 100 undergraduate majors and programs, more than 100 graduate degree and professional certificate programs in five acclaimed colleges, a School of Law, and an institute dedicated to the growing field of biotechnology. St. John’s prepares students from all walks of life for success in today’s dynamic, global society.

Success at St. John's

Michael Benjamin ’16C, ’17G
“My feeling is that the Fulbright will open doors I don’t even know exist. I’m open to whatever comes my way.”
Michael Benjamin ’16C, ’17G
St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Building Knowledge, Expanding Horizons

St. John’s six schools and colleges prepare you for success in virtually every area of endeavor. From the arts to business, law to technology, pharmacy to biology—study with the knowledge creators whose discoveries make a real difference in our world.

St. John's University students learning from professor

Academic Events

28
Nov

Mary M. Kelsey Photographs

9:00 am5:00 pm
The Vitrine Display Case, St. John Hall Floor B
10
Jan

Free Adult Literacy Program - January 10, 2018 - June 30, 2018

6:30 pm9:30 pm
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22
Feb

Law and Literature, and Poetry: A Conversation with Professor Lawrence Joseph

4:30 pm6:00 pm
The Writing Center, Law School, Room 1-10
23
Feb

Women's Basketball vs. DePaul

7:00 pm
Carnesecca Arena
St. John's University professor mentoring student with research

Teachers, Scholars, Mentors

At St. John's, you’ll learn from world-class, internationally recognized faculty who are committed to providing you with the encouragement and individual attention you need to fully realize your academic potential. Their expertise in so many fields will open your eyes and mind to the professional possibilities that await you.

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Exceed Your Expectations

It’s a college within a college—a challenging, dynamic, always rewarding opportunity to see what you’re really capable of achieving. Welcome to the University Honors Program, featuring small classes, careful faculty mentoring, special research opportunities, and a dazzling variety of outstanding academic and cultural opportunities.

Everything You Need to Excel

St. John’s offers a multitude of resources and services for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. There’s no limit to what you can do when you encounter the opportunities that await you at SJU.

Testing the World Beyond Campus

At SJU, you gain real-world experience with employers throughout the New York City area and beyond, many of whom are alumni. Our Office of University Career Services is your source for exciting internship, externship, and other career-related opportunities that prepare you for professional life.

Academic News

St. John's University Students in Albany for Advocacy Day
Students from St. John’s University joined a delegation of more than 1,000 students from across New York State to advocate before the New York State Legislature during the annual Student Aid Alliance Advocacy Day held on February 13 in Albany, NY.
St. John's University Professor Nicole Rice
Nicole R. Rice, Ph.D., a Professor of English at St. John’s University, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship to complete a book-length study on the ways that medieval hospitals contributed to early English literature and culture.
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St. John's University Students in Albany for Advocacy Day
Students from St. John’s University joined a delegation of more than 1,000 students from across New York State to advocate before the New York State Legislature during the annual Student Aid Alliance Advocacy Day held on February 13 in Albany, NY.
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