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OnCampus is SJC's news source for the latest happenings, stories and interviews from our community.
Seven students tell us all about their summer internships working in New York, Costa Rica, NASA and more.
Visit our charming campus and get an admission decision on the spot.
Fall semester kicks off with novelist Teju Cole on Tuesday, August 9.
Three SJC students attend Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
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SJC's centennial concert kicks off on September 30 at The Space at Westbury. Tickets are on sale now, book your seat today!
Economics and Marketing
It's impossible to not find something to do on campus. I have learned that if you get more involved and open up, you will enjoy your college experience far greater than if you do not.
I decided to attend SJC because I heard so much about the school from my high school teachers. They would tell me it didn't feel like a school but more like a community of people who always looked out for each other. I knew from the moment I went to pre-registration that St. Joseph's College was for me.
I decided to go into biology in order to become an orthopedic surgeon that specializes in sports medicine and pediatrics. My parents, working in the medical field as a nurse (mom) and a public health advisor (dad), they have influenced me greatly along with internships and personal reasoning to go into this career field.
Child Study and Speech Pathology
I have a huge plan for my future! I am planning to stay at SJC to complete my master's degree in special education and I hope to return after I have more experience for my administration license. I also plan to complete my doctorate in educational policy and hopefully one day become secretary of education for the U.S. government.
I plan on being admitted to medical school and pursuing a career in medicine as a physician. I have always loved and respected what doctors do, and have aspired to get to that point as far back as I can remember.