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St. John’s University Libraries fosters the open exchange of ideas and inquiry in a respectful environment free of harassment. Harassment may include comments, gestures, facial expressions, or imagery that demeans people based on language, religion, ethnicity, gender, physical or mental disability, physical appearance, or sexual preference. Those using library spaces, services and resources will treat other library users and employees with consideration and respect. We will respect the rights of others, and practice self-discipline. We will help protect the library collections and spaces while holding ourselves and each other accountable for keeping these norms. Together we can create a library environment that is welcoming, caring and affirming. Adopted by the St. John’s University Libraries Faculty Council on November 2, 2021.
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Mindful of the varied challenges faced by college students, the St. John’s University Department of Student Wellness is encouraging students to take advantage of the many resources available to enhance their mental and physical well-being.
St. John’s University continued to rise in the U.S. News & World Report education rankings of the nation’s top universities. Helped by a significant gain in the ranking of its...
St. John’s University will pay tribute to three individuals and three social-service organizations whose values reflect the University’s Vincentian mission and heritage on Tuesday, September 26. The awards will be presented at the annual Vincentian Convocation, which is part of the University’s celebration of Founder’s Week from Wednesday, September 20, through Wednesday, September 27.