Want to stay connected to St. John’s University?
Connect with alumni who have similar backgrounds and experiences through a variety of different Alumni Associations. Don’t miss out on these unique professional and personal opportunities.
Looking for an organization that caters specifically to the needs of female graduates of St. John’s? Look no further than the Alumnae Association!
Looking for an organization that caters specifically to the needs of female graduates of St. John’s? Look no further than the Alumnae Association, which allows you to reconnect with old friends, network with former classmates and interact with current students.
Our alumnae do amazing things, so be sure to read their success stories. Also, check out our upcoming events designed specifically for our female graduates.
There are a number of programs we encourage our alumnae to attend, allowing you to network, socialize and explore issues that specifically affect women. This growing Association is eager to hear your ideas and suggestions for even more events and initiatives.
To learn how you can get involved, please e-mail [email protected]
This fund was established to benefit the immediate relatives of the Alumnae members. The scholarship is funded primarily through the efforts of the Alumnae Association at their various events. Alumnae are women who have graduated from St. John’s University. They believe that sponsoring this scholarship provides valuable assistance to young men and women to attain an undergraduate degree in higher education. Must be a high school senior or transfer student who is an immediate relative of an alumna (daughter/son, sister/brother, niece/nephew, grandchild) who will be matriculating as a freshman at St. John’s University on a full-time basis.
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Dionne Dorsey '15G
Acting Director, Office of Donor Relations[email protected]
The Black Alumni Association (BAA) is dedicated to the pursuit of social empowerment by responding to the professional and personal growth of the St. John’s alumni community. Founded in 1989 by Phyllis C. Bell ’75C, ’79G, the Association also strives to promote the Vincentian mission in all of its endeavors.
The BAA provides formal and informal meeting opportunities for alumni to address a variety of educational, professional and social needs. Additionally, the Association allows for streamlined communication between African-American alumni, putting them in touch with students, faculty and staff to further increase awareness of BAA issues.
For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 718-990-6232 or email [email protected].
This fund was established in 2002 by the Black Alumni Association in honor of Phyllis C. Bell '75C, founder of the St. John's University Black Alumni Association. This fund is to provide partial annual scholarship support to academically qualified students based on the following criteria: a) preference is given to a Black student, b) recipients are required to have a current FAFSA form on file and demonstrate financial need, and c) recipients must have and maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5. The scholarship may be renewable.
Dionne Dorsey '15GActing Director, Office of Donor Relations[email protected]
Are you a recent graduate looking to network and stay connected? We offer a variety of events for our Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD), including social, educational, financial and career-enrichment activities.
GOLD alumni can take advantage of a number of creative programs and enjoy benefits/opportunities that cater specifically to their interests. From cultural outings to happy hours, summer socials to networking, there is a wealth of different opportunities for you to meet and network with fellow GOLD alumni.
For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 718-990-6232 or by email at [email protected]
The GOLD Committee would like to extend an invitation to all recent alumni to attend the President’s Dinner. Show support of your University by attending and inviting your classmates to join you at the President’s Dinner. The committee has also scheduled a happy hour at the St. Regis on Tuesday, July 14 and Tuesday, September 1 that is open to all recent graduates.
Please join us to learn more about how you can stay connected with other recent alumni!
For more information, please contact Charles Moore '11MBA at [email protected]
For over five decades, graduates of our former historic campus have gathered for an annual Lewis Avenue Alumni Reunion, reminiscing about old times and catching up with great friends.
St. John’s University was established in 1870 in a small farmhouse in Brooklyn. That early location evolved into the Lewis Avenue campus, located at the intersection of Lewis Avenue and Willoughby Avenues. Alumni from this cherished former location remain an integral part of St. John’s today, and the Lewis Avenue Alumni Association is their way of staying connected to each other and the University.
For more information, please contact Office of Alumni Relations at (718) 990-6232 or by e-mail at [email protected]
This fund was established in 2006 in honor of Father Cyril Meyer, CM., former Dean of the College and Vice President of the University. This scholarship is also being established to memorialize the founding of the College on Lewis Avenue in 1870 and provide for a special remembrance for those College students and alumni who gave their lives in World War II. This fund is to provide one or more annual partial scholarships to academically qualified and/or deserving St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students.
Notre Dame College became a part of St. John’s University in 1971 and, since that time, the Notre Dame College Alumnae Association has kept the legacy of their beloved institution alive and well on the Staten Island campus.
Notre Dame College became a part of St. John’s University in 1971 and, since that time, the Notre Dame College Alumnae Association has kept the legacy of their beloved institution alive and well on the Staten Island campus. Notre Dame College served the community as a premier women’s college for nearly 40 years. During the 1960s, when it became difficult for small colleges to survive, St. John’s University integrated Notre Dame College, thus establishing the Staten Island campus.
Graduates of Notre Dame College are proud of their degrees and, through this Alumnae Association, ensure that they keep their legacy alive at St. John’s. Through events, programs and scholarship support, NDC graduates have a wealth of ways to stay connected.
For more information, please contact Isabel Scandaglia at 718–390-4094 or by e-mail at [email protected]
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This was established to benefit close relatives of a Notre Dame alumna or an alumnus from the University’s Staten Island campus, a graduate of an un undergraduate program on St. John’s SI campus, or a former scholarship recipient. After serving a life of ministry, scholarship and intellectual challenge of the highest degree, Sister Helen Flynn’s remarkable faith and devotion to God, Gospel and community influenced all who came to know her. The scholarship was established with the belief that those who choose to study at Staten Island campus would do so in an environment conducive to Sister Helen Flynn’s ideals of service, education and faith. Applicant must be an incoming freshman accepted into a three or four year undergraduate program at the Staten Island campus who is a close relative of (son, daughter, brother, sister, nephew, niece, grandson, granddaughter or first cousin) a Notre Dame alumna or alumnus of a four year undergraduate program from the University’s Staten Island campus. Applicants must also have been accepted to St John’s University no later than Saturday, February 15, 2014.
Our former campus on Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn opened in 1929 and closed its doors in 1972. Its alumni are still a vital part of the St. John’s community, and through this Association, they remain close to the University and to each other.
The Association is committed to cultivating lasting relationships between Schermerhorn Street alumni and St. John’s through unique events and programs.
For more information, please contact Office of Alumni Relations at 718-990-6232 or by e-mail at [email protected]
View Photos of the Schermerhorn Street Alumni Association
The Schermerhorn Street Committee was established in the summer of 2006 by committee member M. Carole Schafenberg ’70Ed, ’80GEd.
All graduates of the Staten Island campus of St. John’s University are automatically members of the SIAA. The Association strives to keep Staten Island alumni connected to the University while also furthering the Vincentian ideals and mission upon which St. John’s was founded.
There are a variety of ways in which the SIAA keeps alumni connected, including bimonthly meetings, service opportunities, the START program, mentorship and scholarship support. Led by the Association’s Executive Board, the SIAA is at the forefront of recommending and implementing services and programs that appeal to the changing needs of alumni.
View Photos of the Staten Island Alumni Association
Michael Bart ’85CBA
Oscar Suarez ’09TCB
Diane Anselmo ’96NDC
Maria Nardini-Gallo ’85NDC
Alice Acampora ’88NDC, ’02GEd
Steve Maresca ’72CBA
Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow!
Become a Representative of the Student Alumni Association and tap into our vast alumni network! As a member of this prominent organization, you’ll represent St. John’s University and the Office of Alumni Relations at various events and functions, networking with our alumni and friends and gaining exposure to successful professionals. There’s simply no better way to prepare to become one of tomorrow’s leaders.
As one of our Representatives, you’ll serve a vital role on campus, acting as a liaison between the student body, our alumni and friends and the entire St. John’s community. You will also represent the University and the Office of Alumni Relations at a variety of major events and programs.
Responsibilities and benefits include:
Download our application here.
Office of Alumni Relations
Tel 718-990-6232[email protected]
The St. John’s University Jubilarian Society is an exclusive group reserved for alumni who are celebrating or have already celebrated the 50th Anniversary of their graduation. Each year the University hosts a dinner to honor these senior alumni as they commemorate this significant milestone. They’ve celebrated numerous anniversaries of their graduation, and share a deep affection for all that St. John’s has meant to them for more than half a century.
The members of the Class of 1965 are particularly invited to take advantage of this special opportunity to reconnect with their former classmates. As St. John’s newest Jubilarians, we recommend that, if you have not already done so, you become a member of the St. John’s Alumni Online Community and update your profile with your most recent personal information. Membership ensures that you will receive mail and e-mail about this and other University events, and will allow you to make your reservations and pay online.
As is traditional, the celebration begins with campus tours and a reception, the Alumni Anniversary Mass in St. Thomas More Church on the Queens campus, followed by cocktails, dinner and a dessert reception in the D’Angelo Center. The evening will continue until 10 p.m., making this is a great way to get together and share memories with former classmates whom you may not have seen in years.
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Office of Alumni Relations
All graduates of The Peter J. Tobin College of Business are automatically members of the Tobin Alumni Association (TAA) - an organization dedication to promoting unity among Tobin graduates and encouraging a continued relationship with St. John's University.
The mission of the Tobin Alumni Association is to provide opportunities to enhance career-related relationships among alumni, students, and the business community that reflect Vincentian values and ideals.
To get involved with Tobin Alumni Association, please email [email protected], like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. For more information, please call the Office of Alumni Relations at 718-990-6232.
View Photos of the TAA Golf Outing held on June 20, 2018
View Photos of The Peter J. Tobin College of Business Alumni Association
Demetrios Frangiskatos '00CBA
First Vice President
Peter Pisapia '94CBA, '97L
Second Vice Presidents
Nicholas Antaki '07TCB, '11MBA
Michael Hefferon '10TCB
Paul Torre '87CBA
Daria Coney '13CPS, '15MBA
The TCBAA provides opportunities to enhance career related relationships among alumni, students and the business community that reflects Vincentian values and ideals. The Scholarship Fund shall provide one or more partial annual scholarship to academically qualified and deserving undergraduate students enrolled in The Peter J. Tobin College of Business.
Alumni Regional Programming
Want to stay connected to St. John’s University even if you are far away from campus?
St. John’s University alumni are everywhere and there may be an event or program in your area. You can even assist with coordinating alumni engagement near you.
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