Quick Facts

Quick Facts

St. Joseph's College is independent and coeducational and was founded in 1916.

ADDRESS

155 West Roe Blvd.
Patchogue, NY 11772 
631.687.5100

PRESIDENT

Donald R. Boomgaarden, Ph.D.
Biography

UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT (FALL 2016)

3,075

GRADUATE ENROLLMENT (FALL 2016)

839

FACULTY

640

STUDENT TO FACULTY RATIO

14:1

RETENTION RATE

85 percent

FINANCIAL AID

More than 70 percent of our students receive some financial aid

TUITION RATES (FALL 2017)

Undergraduate

Full-time: $25,930
Part-time; $840 per credit

Graduate

$975 per credit

PROGRAMS 

More than 26 undergraduate majors, pre-professional and certificate programs, with graduate degrees in management, business, health care management, human services, nursing, accounting and education.

NEW AT ST. JOSEPH'S

B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management
B.A. in Journalism and New Media
Medical Technology
Sports Management (concentration)
M.A. in Mathematics Education and a B.A. or B.S./M.A. dual-degree in Mathematics
Online Executive M.B.A. program

SPORTS

Men’s and women’s sports: basketball, soccer, tennis, volleyball, lacrosse cross country and track and field; Women's sports: softball, equestrian, swimming; Men's sports: baseball and golf.

ABOUT THE LONG ISLAND CAMPUS

The Long Island Campus of St. Joseph’s is located in Patchogue at 155 West Roe Boulevard, directly off Sunrise Highway. Located on the South Shore of eastern Long Island, the Long Island Campus is just minutes from the Great South Bay, L.I. MacArthur Airport, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Orient Point and many of Long Island’s ocean beaches. New York City is just a short ride on the Long Island Rail Road.

Campus facilities include six buildings and the brand new Outdoor Field Complex, spread over a 32-acre lakeside campus on the outskirts of Patchogue Village.

CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

The John A. Danzi Athletic Center, complete with an elevated track, six-lane pool, weight room, fitness center and NCAA regulation basketball court that can seat 1,500 people. The $8–million, 33,000–square–foot state–of–the–art Business Technology Center opened in October 2002, housing classrooms, computer labs and faculty offices.