St. John’s University’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences has fully embraced and is strongly committed to addressing unmet community needs through education, practice, and research, especially to the underserved and indigent urban population. The College continues to take pride in and live out the University’s Catholic and Vincentian mission and values.
Total service hours: 16,744
Community Impact: 11,766 people
Based on 237 surveys collected in 2019.
Total Service Hours: 5,074
Community Impact: 6,557 people
Based on 221 survey responses collected in 2018.
Total Service Hours: 5,667
Community Impact: 1,070 people
Based on 20 survey responses collected in 2018.
St. John’s University celebrates a rich tradition that is dedicated to its Catholic, Vincentian, metropolitan, and global mission. The commitment to the Vincentian principle that “one finds God and oneself in service to others” echoes throughout the University and the curricula of the individual programs within each College.
St. John’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences’ approach to service is as follows:
The College demonstrates its commitment to serve the needs of our local and global community to advance the Vincentian mission of the University, which centers on a “deep concern for the dignity of every person, especially the poor.”
Through serving those in need, members of the St. John’s community demonstrate their active compassion and the cultivation of these priorities and values in our learners.
I encourage all to explore this page to learn more about our service initiatives. Even more, I encourage you to get involved and seek out opportunities to collaborate as we continue to advance St. John’s mission.
Manouchkathe Cassagnol, Pharm.D., BCPS, AACC
Associate Clinical Professor
Assistant Dean of Service Programs