SJC Long Island’s Gabriella Marino, recipient of the prestigious Gilman Scholarship, arrived in Italy to begin studying at Florence University of the Arts.
Students, faculty and staff learned about the College’s 2019 global excursions Friday, Oct. 18, during the fifth annual Study Abroad Conference.
SJC Brooklyn professors embodied the College’s pillar of intellectual values this summer as they attended — and presented at — professional conferences across the globe. Elizabeth Anslow Ph.D., associate chair…
When school is out for the summer, many SJC Brooklyn students continue to enrich their minds — through internships, travels and new business ventures. Here’s a look at a some…
Zachary Morales ’20 studied abroad in France — learning more about the place his family comes from — as part of a spring 2019 faculty-led program.
Two SJC Long Island alumnae traveled to China July 9–21 to lead a teachers’ training course for Chinese English teachers.
Taking in a beautiful, mountainous landscape. Trips to salt caves and museums. Visiting Stonehenge. St. Joseph’s College students enjoyed all that and more while studying abroad in Romania, Poland and Oxford this…
For the third year, SJC hosts its Study Abroad Conference — a day for students to reflect on faculty-led global studies programs.
For eight months, SJC Long Island honors student Dean Gandley is studying in Bremen, Germany, learning more about European history and foreign politics.
St. Joseph’s College offers many studying abroad programs, and you can also create your own. Find out five reasons why you should study abroad with SJC.