Students get close, personal attention on the Staten Island campus. Instead of large lecture halls and impersonal classrooms, students take small classes with a university professor who respects and recognizes their aspirations.
A low student-faculty ratio creates deeper learning experiences and more opportunities for advanced undergraduate research. St. John’s undergraduate students and professors present academic work jointly at professional conferences and win professional society awards.
On St. John’s Staten Island campus, bureaucratic headaches and hurdles melt away. Academic deans are always at the students’ side, helping them navigate their course schedules and plan a successful academic career. Faculty members serve not only as instructors but as mentors, guiding students toward their academic and post-graduate goals.
The administrative leaders of the Office of Student Life, Campus Ministry, Residence Life, and Career Services get to know every St. John’s student who participates in their programs and give them confidence to reach their potential.
On St. John’s Staten Island campus, students get all the guidance and personal attention they need to start them on their path to success.