Want to more about what's happening at St. Joseph's? Take a look at just a few of our highlighted events and news stories from this month. For more, you can always check out our News and Events section as well.
Long Island Happenings
Want to more about what's happening at St. Joseph's? Take a look at just a few of our highlighted events and news stories. For more, you can always check out our News and Events section as well.
Campus Life Academics
Consistently rated among the top colleges in the nation by U.S. News & World Report and Forbes, St. Joseph’s has been dedicated to providing a strong academic and value-oriented education since 1916. Our distinguished faculty are leaders in their fields, and our practice-oriented curriculum allows students to gain confidence and experience through field studies, hands-on projects and internships. If you’re looking for a top-quality education at an affordable price, you’re looking for SJC.
Campus Life Arts
New York City is the cultural capital of America, and St. Joseph’s is right in the heart of it all. Located in historic Clinton Hill, the Brooklyn Campus is a short walk from the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the MoCADA Museum. It introduced The Writer's Foundry M.F.A. in Creative Writing in 2013, and hosts notable writers through the Brooklyn Voices speakers series. Our Long Island students can minor in fine arts, get involved with the on-campus Clare Rose Playhouse, or check out the offerings at the Patchogue Theater.
Campus Life Athletics
The Brooklyn Bears and Long Island Golden Eagles compete as members of the NCAA’s Division III level. Not a star athlete? No problem. Each campus offers a variety of club and intramural sports to get everyone in the game. Check out a game at the 24.8-acre Outdoor Athletic Complex in Patchogue (opened in 2012), or work out in new 43,623-square-foot gym/multipurpose building on the Brooklyn Campus. Get in the game with SJC.
Campus Life Off Campus
Whether you’re in Brooklyn or Long Island, there’s more to St. Joseph’s than what you see on campus. Explore the elegant brownstones, cafés and bookstores in historic Clinton Hill, or walk a few blocks to experience a world-class sports and entertainment venue at the Barclays Center. About 60 miles east, you can venture from campus to experience the natural beauty of Long Island’s south shore, head out the Great South Bay, or spend a night in the restaurants and theaters of downtown Patchogue.
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If you want to make friends at St. Joseph’s, you don’t have to look very far. Each campus offers dozens of student clubs to fit every personality. Whether you want to make an impression through the Student Government Association, get on stage with the dance and drama clubs, or serve the community through national fraternities and sororities, there’s something for everyone at SJC. There’s also plenty of organizations supporting a variety of academic interests and cultural backgrounds. Learn more.
Campus Life Service
Service is a critical element in SJC’s curriculum and student life. Each campus offers a number of service-oriented clubs and organizations, as well as a wealth of experiential learning opportunities throughout New York and around the world, including Campus Ministry’s annual Alternative Spring Break service trip. St. Joseph’s prepares each student for a life characterized by integrity, intellectual and spiritual values, social responsibility and service; a life that is worthy of the College’s motto: Esse non videri — “To be, not to seem.”
Campus Life Abroad
SJC is your window to the world. Studying abroad is a great way to learn a second language; improve your understanding of finance, history, politics and art; or just to build your confidence and grow as an individual. Many St. Joseph’s students study throughout the capitals and historical cities of Europe, Asia, South America and more. We also offer international internships and financial aid for study abroad. If you’ve ever dreamed of traveling to exotic locales or exploring new cultures, you can start right here.
Destination Long Island. Miles of beaches, vineyards and farmland. What better place to cultivate your passion for Hospitality and Tourism Management.
- Two psychology students, Courtney Duhning and Maria Litrenta, were awarded the PSI CHI travel award to present their co-authored research with faculty and peers at the Eastern Psychological Association in Philadelphia, March 5-7.
- Two psychology faculty served as judges in the Behavioral Sciences category at this year's Long Island Science and Engineering Fair on Monday, February 9.
- Several psychology students are presenting at this year's Society for Personality and Social Psychology in California from February 27-28. Faculty chair Dominque Treboux, Ph.D. will oversee two presentations: “Validity of mobile apps as measures of physiological stress" with Jessica Leviness (psychology alumni), Anne Cronin (biology) and Anne Louise David (biology); and “Predicting empathetic accuracy: relationship with parents and socialization of altruistic behaviors” with Arielle Domenech (psychology) Karla Blanco (psychology).
For more information: contact Dominique Treboux, Ph.D..
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