Overhead view of St. John's Basketball court at MSG
Alumni-Sponsored Study Abroad Program Focuses on Greece
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Alumni and Friends

$25.9M

raised to support our students

187,000+

alumni

More than 80%

of alumni live in the New York area

Welcome to the St. John’s Family

The St. John’s story is the story of New York, and our alumni are woven into the fabric of our city, and our world.

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Why Scholarships Matter

One of the ways our most generous donors show their appreciation and love for St. John's is by establishing endowed funds which provide everlasting support.

Giving Societies

Your generosity makes the dream of a St. John’s education a reality for so many, by providing critical funds used to meet the most pressing needs of the University and its students.

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The Loughlin Society

The Loughlin Society is comprised of donors who make annual gifts to the University of $1,000 or more.

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The McCallen Society

The McCallen Society is a community of generous alumni, benefactors, and friends who have chosen to leave lasting legacies at St. John’s by including the University in their estate plans.

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Red White Club

The Red While Club is the University’s giving society for Red Storm Sports. Gifts made through the club allow the University to prepare student-athletes to perform at the highest level, both in the classroom and on the field of play.

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Success at St. John's

Mike Cragg, Andrei Crapcenco, President Gempesaw posing on stage

Scholarship Recipient Makes Donors Proud of Their Generosity

Andrei Crapcenco ’19TCB knows the value of success—both in the classroom and on the tennis court. He also knows that it takes hard work, dedication, and the assistance of others to turn a dream into...

Andrei Crapcenco ’19TCB The Peter J. Tobin College of Business