Accepted Student Day is the event of the spring season here at St. John’s. Accepted students and their families spend the day on campus and have the opportunity to speak with professors and future classmates, as well as tour campus and discover our many academic and social opportunities.
Saturday, April 6, 2019This event has concluded. Thank you to all of the AMAZING #SJU2023 attendees for making history, as it was the LARGEST ACCEPTED STUDENT event of all time at St. John's! Check out some great pix from the day! You can also watch the fantastic and inspiring speech from student speaker, Eve Austin!
Staten Island Campus
Saturday, April 13, 2019This event has concluded. Thank you to all of the AMAZING #SJU2023 attendees for making it a FANTASTIC day on campus! Check out some great pix from the day!
Financial aid planning sessions give you the opportunity to discuss how we can help make attending a leading Catholic university like St. John's even more within your financial reach. We address financial aid, financing options, and how to approach federal loans.
These events have concluded for the year. Thank you to all attendees!
Your favorite admission counselors will be on the road to celebrate acceptances with students across the country. Meet fellow #FutureJohnnies from your area, as well as mix and mingle with a current student, alumni, and faculty member to learn more about life at St. John’s in New York City.
Shadow Days and Overnight Shadow Events provide accepted students with the opportunity to spend the day on campus and see what a day in the life of a Johnny is really like! You attend class, eat in the dining hall, and spend time with current students within your major. Overnight Shadow Days also include an evening campus event and the opportunity to spend the night in the Residence Village. Students who plan to commute are encouraged to register for a Shadow Day, and students who plan to live on campus are encouraged to register for an Overnight Shadow Event.
These events have concluded for the season.
Deadline to file your FAFSA: As soon as possible if you want to be considered for financial aid. File at fafsa.ed.gov.
Deadline to submit your enrollment and housing deposit: May 1, 2019. To pay your nonrefundable $300 enrollment deposit (and nonrefundable $400 housing deposit if you plan to live on campus) online using a credit card via University Information System (UIS):
Already paid your enrollment deposit? Visit the New Student Guide to Enrollment Checklist for Fall 2019 for more enrollment information.