New York is just one of the remarkable places the St. John’s community calls home.
With a lively Residence Village, a dozen places to eat, BIG EAST sports, multiple study abroad locations, and scores of clubs and organizations—the opportunity for you to make lasting memories at St. John’s is virtually limitless.
University Career Services provides programs and services that create opportunities for students, alumni, faculty and employers to engage in mutually beneficial partnerships that meet the needs of an evolving and global workforce.
At St. John’s, we know that being healthy and being successful go hand in hand. We have the resources and information you need to develop the healthy habits that will serve you well in college and as a member of our alumni family.
At St. John’s, the success of our students is our number one priority. That’s why we provide them with the tools they need to thrive in the classroom, on campus, and in the community. Our students are diverse, intelligent, curious, ambitious, and above all—impressive. When they graduate, they have a strong foundation for success at home, the workplace, and around the globe.
St. John’s is a place where discovery doesn’t stop when class ends. With more than 180 clubs and organizations, intramural sports, and an active Greek scene, you can always find something to do on campus.
St. John’s offers 12 dining locations on the Queens campus. So, whether you’re finicky or a foodie, you are never far from a wide range of nutritious and delicious choices for every palette.
Living on campus is both exciting and liberating because you share the experience with new roommates and neighbors. Once you immerse yourself in our tight-knit campus community, you find that your residence hall feels less like a dorm, and more like a home.
“St. John’s University has brought nothing but blessings to my life,” emphasized Vanessa Diaz, a Brooklyn, NY, native and Criminal Justice major. “Here I followed my passion for service to others. St. John’s has opened doors, giving me opportunities related to social justice and advocacy that I wouldn’t have had. The University also brought me back to my roots and opened my eyes to what it means to be Hispanic. Our diversity is unmatched.”
Service has been the paramount theme of her St. John’s experience. Currently, she serves as Co-Vice President of the University’s chapter of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. She has gone on several Midnight Runs, as well as a service plunge to Denver, CO, ministering to underserved communities there.
He chose pharmacy for two reasons. An inquisitive child, Joshua always wondered how and why things worked. “Pharmacy allowed me to answer the fascinating questions as to how and why the body works, and how drugs exert their effects.”
Fifth-year Pharm.D. candidate Joshua Fleishman came to St. John’s University for many reasons: he wanted to attend a school known for excellence both in pharmacy and the liberal arts; a native of Brooklyn and Long Island, NY, he wanted to stay close to his family; and he loved the diversity he found at the Queens, NY, campus.
St. John’s University recognized the contributions of its longtime employees on Wednesday, May 24, at its annual Employee Recognition Convocation at Carnesecca Arena.
Throughout his three years at St. John’s, Rashad Moore says, he was intentional about crafting an experience that would give him the skills he needs to be an impactful lawyer...
Students studying Advertising Communications in The Lesley H. and William L. Collins College of Professional Studies, along with students in the Marketing program in The Peter J. Tobin College of...