245 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205
Main: 718.940.5300 Admissions: 718.940.5800
155 W. Roe Blvd., Patchogue, NY 11772
Main: 631.687.5100 Admissions: 631.687.4500
155 W. Roe Blvd., Patchogue, NY 11772 631.687.4514
St. Joseph's College is independent and coeducational. The College was founded in 1916.
245 Clinton Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11205
SJC Long Island
155 West Roe Blvd.
Patchogue, NY 11772
Donald R. Boomgaarden, Ph.D.
UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT (FALL 2016)
4,040 (SJC Brooklyn: 965; SJC Long Island: 3,075)
GRADUATE ENROLLMENT (FALL 2016)
1,079 (SJC Brooklyn: 240; SJC Long Island: 839)
Part-time and coaches: 419
STUDENT TO FACULTY RATIO
More than 77 percent of our students receive some financial aid.
TUITION RATES (FALL 2016)
Undergraduate: $24,500 or $795 per credit
Graduate: $899 per credit
More than 50 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 COLLEGE
M.S. in Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nursing Specialist
Dual B.S./M.S. in Human Services and Human Services Leadership
B.S. in Nursing, 4 Years
B.S. in Criminal Justice Practice and Policy
M.A. in Educational Leadership with Critical Consciousness
B.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management
B.A. in Journalism and New Media Studies
M.F.A. in Creative Writing
B.S. in Medical Technology
Fall: cross country (men's and women's), equestrian (Long Island), golf (Long Island), soccer (men's and women's), women's tennis, women's volleyball
Winter: basketball (men's and women's), indoor track and field (Long Island), swimming, men's volleyball (Brooklyn)
Spring: baseball, lacrosse (Long Island, men's), softball, men's tennis, outdoor track and field (Long Island), and men's volleyball
ABOUT SJC BROOKLYN
St. Joseph’s location in Brooklyn puts it at the center of one of the nation’s most diverse academic and cultural cities. The Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Public Library and the Brooklyn Museum of Art are all just minutes away from its doors.
With Manhattan just over the Brooklyn Bridge, students have quick and easy access to such world-renowned institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.
Campus facilities include seven buildings and an outdoor theater across three blocks in the Clinton Hill neighborhood.
In contrast to the College’s historic brownstones, its library, McEntegart Hall, was named by the New York State education commissioner as an Electronic Doorway Library. The Dillon Child Study Center, a teaching facility for St. Joseph’s child study majors and a preschool for members of the community, was one of the first of its kind on the East Coast. Named after the College’s sixth president, S. Elizabeth A. Hill, C.S.J., J.D., the 40,000 square-foot Hill Center features a 270-seat, NCAA-regulation basketball and volleyball court, conference rooms, a dance studio, an outdoor terrace overlooking Vanderbilt Avenue, a fully-equipped sports medicine suite and a 90-car underground parking garage.
ABOUT SJC LONG ISLAND
SJC Long Island is located in Patchogue at 155 West Roe Boulevard, directly off Sunrise Highway. Well situated on the South Shore of eastern Long Island, SJC Long Island 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 away, via the Long Island Rail Road.
Spread over a 32-acre lakeside campus on the outskirts of Patchogue Village, facilities include six buildings and the new Outdoor Field Complex.
The John A. Danzi Athletic Center boasts an elevated track, six-lane pool, weight room, fitness center and NCAA regulation basketball court that can seat 1,500. The $8 million, 33,000-square-foot Business Technology Center opened, housing classrooms, computer labs and faculty offices.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Director of Public and Government Affairs
SJC Long Island
Director of Communications and External Relations