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Your SJU Success Story Begins Here

Selecting a college is a life-changing decision. At St. John’s, we make it easier by giving you the information and assistance you need to plan a campus visit, submit an application, and explore many financial aid options.

Facts-At-A-Glance

St. John's University Students Walking On Campus

22,076

Total Enrollment
St. John's University D'Angelo Center

96%

Undergrads Receiving Aid
St. John's University Commencement

90%

High School Average
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Admission Information

You’ll find your key to a bright future at St. John’s. With world-class academics, renowned professors, outstanding resources, and a long tradition of excellence and service, St. John’s prepares you to change the world for the better.

Admission Events

12
Mar

The City of Rome: Summer Info Session

6:00 pm7:30 pm
DAC 301
21
Mar

Graduate Open House

7:00 pm
D'Angelo Center, Room 416
07
Apr

Accepted Student Day 2018 | Queens Campus

9:30 am2:00 pm
Queens Campus | Register at Carnesecca Arena
14
Apr

Accepted Student Day 2018 | Staten Island Campus

9:30 am2:00 pm
Staten Island Campus

Learn about SJU’s Many Financial Aid Packages

College represents a huge investment in your future. The Office of Student Financial Services at St. John’s helps you—and your family—navigate the financial aid process and receive the support you need.

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Success at St. John's

Chidozie Ibeabuchi
“St. John’s has relationships with every professional sports league, so no matter your interest, the University can steer you toward an internship with a team or league that makes sense.”
Chidozie Ibeabuchi ’12CPS
College of Professional Studies
St. John's University Student Graduating at Commencement

Financial Assistance

St. John’s offers every student—freshman, international, or transfer—access to competitive academic scholarships and financial assistance. More than 96 percent of SJU students received over $471 million in financial assistance through scholarships, loans, grants, and work-study programs for the 2015–2016 academic year. 

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Visit SJU

Join us on one of our beautiful campuses to get a taste of what life is like as a Johnny. Hear from an admission counselor, take a campus tour, and catch that Red Storm spirit.

Become a Johnny

The transfer admission process seriously considers those applicants who have demonstrated sufficient capacity to successfully complete their program of study.

Life after College

Our extensive alumni network and campus career services mean unmatched job mentorship, internship opportunities, and impressive career outcomes for graduates.

Admission Announcements

Cecelia M. Russo, Associate Director of STEP receives APACS Inc. President's Award!
Robert Fanuzzi, Ph.D., Associate Provost and Director of Civic Engagement, Staten Island campus reflects on the success of an Action Grant from Humanities New York.

Admission News

Student Speaker at the Local Catholic High School Leader Dinner.
In what has become an annual fall tradition on the Queens, NY, campus, St. John’s University hosted local Catholic high school principals, guidance counselors, and senior University administrators for an appreciation dinner and discussion of shared issues and ideas in secondary and higher education.
Police Officer in Times Square
In advance of the Fall 2018 semester, St. John’s has introduced new scholarships designed to honor those men and women who serve our country in uniform and those families whose lives are woven into the tapestry of the University.
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The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University has been ranked by Poets&Quants in their second annual ranking of the “Best Undergraduate Business Programs of 2017.”
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Student Speaker at the Local Catholic High School Leader Dinner.
In what has become an annual fall tradition on the Queens, NY, campus, St. John’s University hosted local Catholic high school principals, guidance counselors, and senior University administrators for an appreciation dinner and discussion of shared issues and ideas in secondary and higher education.
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