There was the 67-year-old U.S. Army veteran who earned a bachelor’s simply because it was something she “had to do,” the 44-year-old New York City cop collecting the M.B.A. degree…
SJC Brooklyn’s Accepted Student Day reception on April 14 attracted 131 students and more than 300 total guests, said Christine Murphy, vice president for enrollment management at St. Joseph’s College.…
Two SJC alumnae from the Class of 1967 recall what made their time at SJC so special — and what made them want to give back.
Two SJC officials discuss the destruction of the central library at the University of Mosul and the importance of donating books to the cause.
SJC graduates joined hundreds of their family and friends at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge for SJC Brooklyn’s 98th commencement ceremony.
Shamire Juste started college a decade ago, excited to be away at school and dreaming of some day performing on Broadway. Then, as she said, “life happened.” After surviving a…
Dr. Frances P. Connor ’40 dedicated her life to promoting special education. In 2015, she left the College a $220,000 donation from her estate.
OnCampus set out on SJC’s Brooklyn and Long Island campuses to ask students, faculty and staff what they are thankful for this year.
Ride For Life founder Chris Pendergast visited SJC Long Island and SJC Brooklyn to share his story and to raise awareness of ALS and the annual Ride For Life event the College’s recreation club sponsors.
As the month of November marks American Diabetes Month and World Diabetes Day is Nov. 14, Alpha Gamma Delta at SJC Long Island continues to raise awareness and educating the community on this invisible, yet widespread disease.