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Accepted Students

Congratulations on your acceptance to St. John’s University!

As we all adapt to being home more than ever, we want to give a shout-out to modern technology, which will help keep us all connected. Below, please find our upcoming Accepted Student live chats. We hope you will join in connecting with our Admission Counselor team and with your fellow future Johnnies to hear about life at St. John's for the Fall 2020 term.

Please see below for access to the registration calendar!

Virtual Accepted Student Experience

Whether on campus or online, the Virtual Accepted Student Experience is still THE event of the accepted student season! At the event, you’ll be the first to experience our online campus experience – complete with videos, success stories, and virtual tours – followed by an Instagram dance party hosted by another successful alum, DJ Zeke! After you register, be sure to follow StJohnsU on Instagram so you'll know when we're live on Saturday!

Saturday, April 4, 2020 | 3-5 p.m. EST
Live Instagram Party with DJ Zeke starts at 3:30 p.m. EST

If you want some insight into the St. John's experience from a Johnny, check out what Eve Austin, the student speaker from last year's event, had to say about why she chose to become a Johnny and how it changed her life!

Accepted Student Online Chats

Our dedicated Admission Team has been hard at work setting up online experiences designed specifically for accepted students! At an online chat event, you will hear from your area Admission Counselor, as well as a Student Ambassador from your area, who will provide you with specific insight regarding what’s it’s like to move from your area to St. John’s University in New York City.

Events will be held throughout April and May. Click below to visit the Online Chats Calendar, where you will notice dates in green where events are scheduled!


International Accepted Student Online Chats

Registration available soon!

Enrollment Deadlines

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 confirmation deposit: As part of our effort to reduce the anxiety and uncertainty caused by COVID-19, we have decided to provide you and your family more time in your college selection process. We are pleased to inform you that St. John’s University has extended its enrollment confirmation and deposit deadline from May 1 to June 1, 2020.

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):

  • User ID
    • Your St. John’s University Student Identification Number (X-ID or X-Number, which you receive on your letter of acceptance). You must enter all nine characters and include the capital X.
  • PIN
    • For students who have not previously logged into UIS, your initial PIN is Sj + the eight digits of your X-ID, without the X, as in Sj12345678.
      • Once logged in, please change your PIN by clicking the Personal Information Menu.
  • To pay your deposit, select Student > New Student Information > Admissions > Admission Deposits
  • There will be two drop-down menus on the screen:
    • "Select a term" > Select your start term from the drop-down menu
    • "Select a Deposit Payment" > Select the type of deposit you wish to make from drop-down menu
      • For UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT DEPOSIT > Select Fall Fresh/Trans Enroll Deposit
      • For UG FRESHMAN HOUSING DEPOSIT > Select Fall Freshmen Housing Deposit
  •  From there, click Deposits and eDeposits on the toolbar to make the payment.

Already paid your enrollment deposit? You will receive further enrollment information in early Spring!

  • Medical forms are due May 15, 2020.
  • Official SAT/ACT test scores (if applicable) are due May 15, 2020.
  • Final, official high school transcript (with date of graduation) is due July 15, 2020 (Homeschooled students and students who have graduated from an online high school should refer to the undergraduate bulletin for more information about how to provide proof of high school equivalency.)