SJC Long Island junior Carly Credidio created an inspiring video of herself and other students for the College community during these trying times.
SJC Long Island’s former student veteran John Davis, who earned his degree in January, wrote a book about how to use military skills to succeed in college.
Mirella Landriscina, Ph.D., professor and associate chair of social sciences, offered five tips to remain socially engaged while staying physically distant.
Members of the St. Joseph’s College community share how their faith and spirituality are keeping them positive during uncertain times.
St. Joseph’s Office of Information Technology Services is offering remote training sessions to help faculty prepare to teach remotely.
As St. Joseph’s College switches to online instruction for the remainder of the semester, student services offices begin offering online support.
Johnny Hincapie visited SJC Long Island to share his story of being falsely convicted of murder and imprisoned for 25 years.
Join SJC Long Island for Catholic Sisters Week March 8–14 as we celebrate the women religious who dedicate their time and energy to the College.
Sungsook Setton, a Korean-American artist who works in the style of Chinese brush painting, visited SJC Long Island Tuesday, Feb. 25, to discuss the inspiration behind her work. An exhibition…
SJC Long Island is celebrating the Class of 2020 during Senior Week, with events honoring the soon-to-be graduates March 2–7.