SJC Long Island honored the women religious who work for the College through various celebrations during National Catholic Sisters Week.
SJC Long Island’s Susan Van Scoy, Ph.D., will sign copies of her new book on April 1 during common hour in the Board Room Gallery, where her Big Duck art exhibit is on display until April 4.
SJC Long Island men’s volleyball coach William Kropp is set to be inducted into the Suffolk Sports Hall of Fame during a May 16 ceremony.
During National Catholic Sisters Week 2019, take the time to learn more about some of the sisters who help make the College community what it is.
Twenty St. Joseph’s College students are set to travel to Kure Beach for Alternative Spring Break next month, and volunteer helping people whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Florence in September.
St. Joseph’s alumni filled out a special questionnaire for I💛SJC week, recalling their favorite moments from their time at the College.
SJC Long Island alum Raymond Lockmer ’15 met SJC Brooklyn alumna Christina Holian ’15 during a retreat for SJC Orientation Team leaders at Honor’s Haven Resort in Ellenville, New York.
There’s no shortage of favorite locations at St. Joseph’s College, according to a questionnaire filled out by our alumni in honor of I💛SJC Week.
Civil Rights Activist Bettie Mae Fikes and award-winning producer Pierce Freelon spoke and sung to SJC Long Island students in honor of Black History Month.
A panel of SJC Long Island students discussed the important life experiences they acquired through internships, global study and service-based trips.