Once again, SJC is ranked higher than Princeton and Yale. This time, ranked no. 7 on Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list. In fact, out of the seven New York-based institutions included within the top 20 schools in the Northeast, SJC ranked highest.
Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list recommends schools that best help non-wealthy students attain marketable degrees at affordable prices. Something St. Joseph’s College has been known for 100 years — a reasonable price for a quality education that advances our graduates in their careers.
Out of the seven New York-based institutions included within the top 20 schools in the Northeast, SJC ranked highest.
That’s something SJC students can appreciate. Especially students like Jennifer Young, M.B.A. ’18, who — thanks to opportunities within her Health Care Management major and professor John Sardelis, Dr.P.H. — is starting her career at Northwell Health this fall.
“I learned about Northwell Health through one of my professors, John Sardelis,” Young said. “During his course, HCM 532, he provided us with great networking opportunities by inviting health care professionals from different areas to come in as guest speakers. With his outstanding connections he gave his students life-changing opportunities which I could not turn down.
“I am beyond excited and very fortunate to start my career with the largest health care system in NY!”
Boasting small classes, close relationships with professors who are career practitioners and an affordable tuition, it’s no surprise SJC has been featured on Washington Monthly’s “Best Bang for the Buck” list for four years running. This year, we leap 24 spots from our no. 31 rank in last year’s publication.
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