SJC Long Island student vet William Childers ’21 is adjusting to remote learning, homeschooling his children and living with a COVID-19 frontline worker.
People throughout the country are celebrating educators May 4-8 as part of Teacher Appreciation Week, honoring those who switched to remote instruction.
Tina Ferro, chair of the hospitality and tourism management (HTM) program at St. Jospeh’s College, explains why the major has never mattered more.
Spoken word artist Drew Drake helped kick off St. Joseph’s College’s Virtual Spring Fling Monday, April 27, with poetic performances during Common Hour.
In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, authors Alena Dillon and Ioanna Opidee discuss their novels “Mercy House” and “Waking Slow.”
SJC Long Island junior Marlee Lopez Commisso is grateful for the College and donors who made the Student Emergency Assistance Grant possible.
Nearly 300 high school seniors joined SJC Long Island for Virtual Admitted Student Reception Saturday to celebrate their acceptance to the College.
SJC Long Island students are using social media to stay connected with their classmates, fellow club members and teammates.
SJC Long Island student-athlete Jordyn Juvelier ’22 is proud to work for Gino’s Pizzeria in Ronkonkoma, which is supporting health care workers through food donations during the COVID-19 crisis. “We…
Nearly 60 students, faculty and staff attended SJC Long Island’s virtual Earth Day Seminar via Zoom.