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SCHOLA Makes History in Liturgical Program with Launch of First Album

Director of Liturgy and Music Programs Joseph Legaspi, Ph.D. had big plans for SCHOLA, the University liturgical choir, when he began to lead the group two years ago. At the time, SCHOLA had about three singers who would perform at Sunday church services — but Dr. Legaspi knew it was time to take SCHOLA to […]

Welcome Class of 2019!

It was just after 9:00 a.m. when cars, SUVs and trucks began to line up on the side of Glenwood Avenue on Saturday, August 22. Trunks began to unlock and open, revealing cases and cardboard boxes filled with clothes, notebooks, fans and array of other items. The Peacock Flock, a group of student volunteers, could […]

#JesuitEducated – A Reflection from Robert Lahita, M.D., Ph.D. ’67

For nearly 500 years, millions of people across the world have experienced the power of a Jesuit education, including Pope Francis. In honor of the Pope’s upcoming historic trip to the United States this September, Saint Peter’s University has partnered with the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) and the other 27 Jesuit colleges […]

Faculty Present at International Business Conference in Uruguay

Two faculty members from Saint Peter’s University headed to Uruguay in July where they joined fellow educators from Jesuit universities from all over the world at the 2015 World Forum of The International Association of Jesuit Business Schools — an organization with more than 60 Jesuit universities globally. Marilu Marcillo-Gomez, Ph.D., assistant professor of business […]

#JesuitEducated – A Reflection from Carmel Galasso ’79

For nearly 500 years, millions of people across the world have experienced the power of a Jesuit education, including Pope Francis. In honor of the Pope’s upcoming historic trip to the United States this September, Saint Peter’s University has partnered with the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) and the other 27 Jesuit colleges […]

Saint Peter’s Students Go Global

It’s not every day one comes across an affordable exchange program that welcomes all majors to volunteer, study and/or work at any time in one of the world’s rapidly developing countries. However, Saint Peter’s now offers a program that offers exactly that and more to not only its undergraduates and graduates, but also to its […]

#JesuitEducated – A Reflection from Rev. Rocco Danzi, S.J.

For nearly 500 years, millions of people across the world have experienced the power of a Jesuit education, including Pope Francis. In honor of the Pope’s upcoming historic trip to the United States this September, Saint Peter’s University has partnered with the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) and the other 27 Jesuit colleges […]

Political Science Majors Continue to Earn Top Internship with The United Nations

When Bakhat Nazir ’17 recently transferred to Saint Peter’s from Kinnaird College for Women University in her native land of Pakistan, the political science major soon received an opportunity of a lifetime: being able to work with the United Nations (UN). “Being born in a small town in one of the rural areas of Pakistan, […]

Peacock Prep

With the new school year just around the corner, Saint Peter’s is gearing up for its series of Peacock Prep Days to help incoming freshmen and their families become acquainted with the University and its campus. During these days, Saint Peter’s will welcome all freshmen and their parents/guardians onto its campus for the day where […]

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