The Office of International Education's (OIE) Inbound Programs division exemplifies St. John’s University's commitment to international education, ethical values, equity, and responsible global citizenship.
Our primary goal is to help students develop academic, language, and professional skills to ensure success at St. John’s and beyond. While helping them gain these skills, we provide learners with opportunities for critical examination of identity, race, ethnicity, culture, policies, and societal structures.
To achieve academically and feel empowered to develop their critical awareness as people, students must feel safe, respected, and valued. Our programs seek to create that sense of belonging and security founded on the understanding that education in the United States presents both unique challenges and opportunities. It is with that knowledge and a commitment to equity that we work to ensure access to and support across all campus systems throughout students’ academic careers.
OIE Inbound makes every effort to provide our program participants with an optimal learning environment by recognizing their unique needs, and connecting them with the resources necessary to ensure a successful experience.
Experience a deep English language immersion in our 7-week intensive English sessions. Full- and part-time study available. Qualified applicants may receive conditional admission to St. John's University, which may lead to a degree in our undergraduate or graduate programs.
We offer specialized programs that can be customized to the needs of the participants, whether they be business people, TESOL professionals, or groups interested in short-term language training with cultural excursions.
A variety of credit- and non-credit options for short-term programs are available to international students.
The EducationUSA Academy at St. John’s University is a noncredit program for teenagers who want to learn more about higher education in the US—all in the greatest city in the world!
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Dennis has been working in education for over a decade as a classroom instructor and, most recently, as an administrator. He taught mathematics to diverse groups of students at the community college and high school levels in New York City and participated in a summer teaching program in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics and Secondary Education from Queens College, and a M.A. in International Education Management & Leadership from the University at Albany, SUNY. Dennis works with faculty in NYC on developing their faculty-directed, short-term programs abroad, and with international partners and clients looking for short-term program opportunities in NYC. Dennis also has oversight of the English Language Institute on the Queens campus.
Genie has been at St. John’s University since 2014, first as an instructor in the English Language Institute and then in her current role as an administrator, managing ELI instructors and other short-term programs and initiatives. Before coming to St. John’s, she tutored undergraduate and graduate students in academic writing at the Hunter College Writing Center prior to becoming one of its supervisors, while also teaching freshman composition and introduction to literature courses. Her work at Hunter prompted her desire to become more thoroughly involved in higher education, specifically to assist ESL students in developing their academic language abilities. She holds a B.A. in Art History and an M.A. in TESOL from Hunter College.
Tiecher Adams has been working at St. John’s University since 2004. She began working at the Intensive English Program (IEP), and was instrumental in the transition from that program to The Language Connection in 2010. Tiecher works closely with administrators and faculty and provides support and assistance to students at all stages—from application through completion of their program. She holds a B.S. in Toxicology from St. John’s University.
Students who study on the Manhattan campus may choose to live in private residences, homestays, or apartment rentals near the Manhattan campus.
All off-campus housing options listed below are near public transportation. The commute to the Manhattan campus is approximately 20-40 minutes.
Students live in a private home or apartment with a New York City or New Jersey family. This type of accommodation is called a ‘homestay.’ Many students prefer home stays because they live with a New York City or New Jersey family. Homestays usually cost less than private residences.
85 Raritan Avenue, Suite 500D Highland Park, NJ 08904
Phone Number: (201) 499-7847
Mobile Number: (732) 789-0779
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Mobile Number: 817-690-4544
Private residences offer dormitory-style living for New York City university students. Each private residence offers single or double rooms with fridges, 24-hour security, and special features. Special features may include communal kitchens, lounge areas, laundry, linens, Wifi, gym, and computers.
Private residences do not offer meals, but there are kitchens. Students can purchase food and cook their meals or purchase meals cheaply at any of the numerous nearby restaurants or delicatessens.
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University housing is available on the Queens campus. Accommodations include single, double, triple, or quad rooms. There are traditional dormitory-style residence and dining halls or apartment-style living quarters with individual kitchens.Click here for photos and details about housing on the Queens campus.
OTHER NON-UNIVERSITY HOUSING
Additional information about non-univerisity housing can be found here.