St. John’s UIS (University Information System) is a one-stop resource for secure, personalized, access to critical information about your personal academic and financial aid information at St. John’s University. Due to federal privacy regulations, parents do not have direct access to student records but they may wish to discuss the opportunity to view and use the various on-line options available to students via UIS.
We encourage all students to monitor their UIS accounts on a regular basis to insure that they are aware of any and all request for information and changes to their student account or financial aid record.
The Student Financial Services team is currently working remotely to support the needs of the St. John's community.
The Office of Student Financial Services at St. John's University is located at the Queens campus and Office of Student Enrollment Services is located at the Staten Island campus. A staff of trained financial aid professionals is available at each campus to best serve the needs of students at the campus they attend.
On the Queens campus, the Office of Student Financial Services is normally located in Bent Hall. The Office of Student Enrollment Services - Staten Island campus, housing financial services and student records, is normally located in the Kelleher Center, Room 116.(Please note the campus locations for the Office of Student Financial Services are currently closed, and are working remotely.)
How To Reach Us
You may send all correspondence to:Office of Student Financial Services Processing Center
St. John’s University
P.O. Box 548
Randolph, MA 02368-9910
Please be sure to list your name and St. John’s ID number on each document you mail.
Office of Student Financial Services
St. John's University
8000 Utopia Pkwy.
Queens, NY 11439
Staten Island Campus
Office of Student Enrollment Services
St. John's University
300 Howard Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10301
Verification Documents may be uploaded here.
The University encourages students to mail in requested documents that contain confidential information with their St. John’s Xid noted on the top of all pages of the documents. If you choose to email documents, to protect your confidential information, you should use encrypted email. Documents and information you submit by email should be encrypted and password protected with the password sent in a separate email. Examples of free encryption software include 7Zip tm and WinZip tm