SJC Long Island freshman Angela Sutton is thankful for the donors and scholarships that afforded her the opportunities she’s receiving at the College.
Joan Reardon Dillon, a SJC Brooklyn donor and volunteer, credits the College’s glowing reputation for giving her an extra boost in her teaching career.
A Minnesota native. An avid reader. A perpetual student. Learn more about St. Joseph’s Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Riley, Ph.D.
Each of the 65 grads in the first cohort to complete the four-year bachelor’s in nursing at St. Joseph’s have one thing in common: a commitment to serve.
Get to know more about Joseph Benkert ’11, assistant director of undergraduate admissions at SJC Long Island.
One of SJC’s largest service efforts, alternative breaks encourage students to live out three of the College’s five pillars — service, social responsibility and service.
SJC Long Island alumnus Charlie Gambino talks about his volunteer work with the Sept. 11 community through the 9/11 Responders Remembered Park.
On Sept. 4, 1979, St. Joseph’s College’s new campus in Patchogue, Long Island, rolled out the “red carpet” — in the form of an evening picnic — to 400 students…
Before entering SJC Long Island as a freshman, Daniel Rosaano ’20, a mathematics major, was homeschooled from kindergarten through 12th grade.