SJC Long Island
Despite the actual commencement ceremony being postponed, SJC Long Island honors the more than 1,100 graduates of the Class of 2020.
SJC Long Island’s graduating child study majors took part in a virtual Teacher Pledge Ceremony Thursday, May 7, declaring their commitment to teaching.
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.
The St. Joseph’s College Office of Career Preparation and Professional Development offers eight helpful job search strategies for student seniors.
St. Joseph’s College students, faculty and staff put their minds to the test last week during a friendly game of trivia. The Office of Alumni Engagement hosted the Trivia Contest…
Tina Ferro, chair of the hospitality and tourism management (HTM) program at St. Jospeh’s College, explains why the major has never mattered more.
Carlos Andrés Gómez can’t wait to dance again. The spoken word artist shared his desire to dance the salsa with friends again as he began a virtual performance for the…
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.