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.
St. John’s offers a wide range of alumni associations and chapters, receptions and outings, giving societies, and opportunities to mentor or volunteer, you can always find a way to connect and give back to the St. John’s family.
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Join your St. John’s family at home and away all season long with a series of new programs!
St. John's University is proud to support alumni-owned small businesses from across the nation. View our directory of small businesses owned by fellow Johnnies below.
The new SJYOU Loyal society celebrates alumni and friends of St. John’s who faithfully provide annual gifts to our University.
St. John’s University’s Alumni Professional Development Series provides online learning from top alumni and industry experts. The St. John's Corporate and Foundations group hand-selects individuals who will discuss topics for business professionals seeking professional growth and those interested in learning about the latest trends in their industry.
Lynda Carter-Cook ’86C’s interest in chocolate making began as a St. John’s University student. From that experiment has grown a successful side business and an opportunity to support community organizations in the Richmond, VA, area, where she lives.
Ms. Carter-Cook is a clinical microbiologist at Bon Secours Health System in Richmond with more than 30 years of experience in the health-care field. Born with a sweet tooth, she has transformed a pocket-money passion into a gourmet chocolate goods company, Lulu’s Lollies, focused on “edible works of art,” as its website says.
A story of how global events would hit Gina’s hometown, impact her marriage and family, and ultimately serve to strengthen her resolve to serve others in need.
Sometimes events in life, both consequential and less so, serve to foreshadow the future. For Gina Harrow ’03TCB, it was the horrific events of September 11, 2001, when al-Qaeda terrorists attacked the United States and America’s longest war began in response.
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.
SJYOU Loyal recognized donors who demonstrate their commitment and loyalty to the University by making a gift on an annual basis.
The Loughlin Society is comprised of donors who make annual gifts to the University of $1,000 or more.
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.
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.
Members of this giving society have left an indelible mark on the St. John’s community, donating cumulative gifts of $1 million or more to the University during the course of their lifetime.
Administrators, Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni Donors
The key to lasting happiness lies not in what we accumulate in life, but rather in our ability to live out the wisdom of Jesus, articulated in the Gospels. That was the message delivered on Sunday, February 5, by the Most Rev. Robert J. Brennan ’84C, Bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn, to those gathered at St. Thomas More Church at St. John’s University’s Queens, NY, campus for the 5:30 p.m. student Mass.
At a pregame reception held before the St. John’s University Men’s Basketball team squared off against the Pirates of Seton Hall University, local New York City business leaders, small business owners from Queens County, and senior members of the University talked about business, sports, and the ever-changing business of sports.
On January 25, 2023, St. John’s Center for Law and Religion hosted Law and Religion at the Supreme Court: New Directions, a conversation with Hon. Richard Sullivan (Second Circuit) and...