Twenty St. Joseph’s College students are set to travel to Kure Beach for Alternative Spring Break next month, and volunteer helping people whose homes were destroyed by Hurricane Florence in September.
Civil Rights Activist Bettie Mae Fikes and award-winning producer Pierce Freelon spoke and sung to SJC Long Island students in honor of Black History Month.
A panel of SJC Long Island students discussed the important life experiences they acquired through internships, global study and service-based trips.
Joseph Richardson, Esq., spoke to SJC Long Island students involved in Greek life organizations and athletic teams about the ramifications of hazing.
Three St. Joseph’s College alumni — one of whom is a Sister of St. Joseph — traveled to El Paso to help immigrants and refugees at the U.S./Mexico border.
SJC Long Island students and staff travel to Camden, New Jersey, and Agape, Massachusetts, for Alternative Spring Break.
Before we fully embrace 2019, we’re saying goodbye to 2018 with a recap of some of St. Joseph’s College’s important moments throughout the past year.
Adnan Hoq checked learning Mandarin, computer science and traveling to China off his bucket list this summer. Hoq, a senior at SJC Brooklyn, traveled to Beijing to participate in Tsinghua…
St. Joseph’s ongoing commitment to service shines brighter than ever this holiday season. Students, faculty and staff from SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island are teaming up to celebrate the…
SJC Long Island senior Danielle Guercio conducted cancer research over the summer as part of her senior thesis.