For the third year, SJC hosts its Study Abroad Conference — a day for students to reflect on faculty-led global studies programs.
More than 160 students travel to Brentwood, and the Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse, to participate in SJC Brooklyn’s first Day of Service event.
Professor Alan Vitters, Ph.D., examines the historical significance of “Operation Just Cause,” a 1989 military operation in which he participated.
Exploring the history of steamboat inventor Robert Fulton, and the lasting impact of the heroic inventor in American culture.
Three milestone firsts highlighted the Golden Eagles’ and Bears’ September 2017. Two coaches grabbed first wins, while one soccer star led the ranks.
U.S. News & World Report and Washington Monthly rank St. Joseph’s College in the Top 10 of their value-based lists for 2017.
New students and SJC Long Island donned their cap and gowns for the College’s Investiture ceremony — a 102-year-old College tradition.
Stephen Rockwell, Ph.D., delivers first liberal arts colloquium of the fall 2017 semester on “Recognizing the Next Good President.”
SJC honors the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack during remembrance ceremonies in front of Tuohy Hall and O’Connor Hall.
New members of SJC Brooklyn take part in the College’s 102nd Investiture, a traditional ceremony that affirms students’ commitment to SJC.