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.
The Center for Student Success's dedicated team of advisors seeks to initiate and maintain an on-going relationship with students focused on achieving success at St. John’s University both inside and outside of the classroom.
Parent and Family Connections aims to provide you—our parents, families, and supporters—with various opportunities to become better acquainted with St. John’s University and the services we offer.
The mission of Student Development is to foster the Catholic, Vincentian and metropolitan tradition of the University through the enhancement of the natural abilities of all students from admission to graduation. This is accomplished by providing students with a variety of programs, activities and services that enrich the spiritual, intellectual and physical fibers of the individual.
E.P.I.C. (Establish Relationships, Promote Possibilities, Impact Direction, Confirm Next Steps) is a year-long peer to peer mentoring program. The goal is to create a community where our first-year students learn from the guidance and wisdom of sophomores, juniors, or seniors who have successfully navigated their first year in college. E.P.I.C. stands for Establish Relationships, Promote Possibilities, Impact Direction, and Confirm Next Steps.
Students can “see” New York City through a particular academic perspective, including those focused on the arts, business, social and political relationships, literature, and media in the city.
St. John’s promotes academic excellence and personal growth within a healthy learning environment. Students are encouraged to accept responsibility for their behavior.