Last year Saint Peter’s celebrated its 140th anniversary with the “Let’s Get it Done June 1” campaign, which set the goal of gaining 140 donors in 24 hours. The first-ever historic event exceeded original targets, with a final count of 382 donors and $90,939 raised for Saint Peter’s. This year, the Office of Advancement and […]
Saint Peter’s University has a deep and rich history which dates back to 1872, but the Saint Peter’s Englewood Cliffs campus has a much different story behind it. On Friday, May 3, graduates of the Englewood Cliffs campus gathered for an evening of camaraderie to celebrate their campus and to experience the new Saint Peter’s […]
Did you know that if 424 donors each gave $10 to Saint Peter’s University, 10 students could receive textbooks for an entire year? Add $15 more to that gift, and software can be upgraded for student computer labs throughout campus. And if 424 individuals contributed $50 each to University initiatives, students would be able to […]
On Thursday, April 18, Saint Peter’s University held an Alumni in Law event in The Duncan Family Sky Room in the Mac Mahon Student Center. More than 100 people attended the event, “Attorney Ethics: What Clients Should Expect of their Lawyers.” This Continuing Legal Education (CLE) lecture was hosted by the Saint Peter’s University Alumni […]
An engaged group of students from the biology program and the applied science and technology program watched intently as they witnessed a clip of Allan S. Stewart, M.D. ’91 performing cardiothoracic surgery on an 81 year old woman. Stewart is a thoracic cardiovascular board certified surgeon at NewYork Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center and he returned […]
In domestic abuse, there is a cycle of violence in toxic relationships. It begins as the tension between two partners builds, resulting in incidents of abuse, followed by loving contrition by the abuser. It’s a vicious circle that never seems to end, and one that Shari Genser knew all too well. As one of the […]
The inaugural Lecture in the Humanities was held on April 3 in The Duncan Family Sky Room in the Mac Mahon Student Center “to highlight the importance of a liberal arts education in today’s world,” according to Marylou Yam, Ph.D., provost and academic vice president of Saint Peter’s University. The event featured Historian/Author Thomas Fleming […]
It all started with a phone call. “Six years ago, former Saint Peter’s President Rev. James N. Loughran, S.J., called me and asked me to come to his office,” recalled Thomas P. Mac Mahon ’68. “After his call, I jumped into my car and came to Jersey City, clueless as to why I was going […]
American poet Emily Dickinson once wrote, “Celebrity is the chastisement of merit and the punishment of talent.” In today’s media landscape, celebrity news is featured on the front page of print publications, billed as the top story in broadcast news, and fills the newsfeeds of sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The question is: Why […]
Saint Peter’s University will host a Refresh Leadership Live Simulcast on Wednesday, April 17, from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in The Duncan Family Sky Room in the Mac Mahon Student Center, located on Glenwood Avenue (between John F. Kennedy Boulevard and Bergen Avenue) in Jersey City. Express Employment Professionals, the co-host of the event along with […]
SPC will provide multiple opportunities to Cristo Rey students, including expanded scholarship programs and job sponsorships.
Peavy will serve as the vice president for enrollment management and marketing, a newly created position at SPC.
The 2009 Kresge Fellowship Award is given to colleges and universities in order to expand knowledge about environmentally friendly building.
On Sunday, May 17, more than 800 SPC graduates proudly received their diplomas at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Under the Post-9/11 GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon program allows the College to cover tuition expenses for military veterans attending Saint Peter’s.
Jersey City, NJ – Undergraduate students taking courses this summer at Saint Peter’s College will be eligible for discounted tuition during the College’s four 2009 Summer Sessions. The discounted tuition plan allows students to take one undergraduate course, and receive 50 percent off the second course. Saint Peter’s designed this initiative in response to the […]
The women’s tennis and outdoor track and field teams earned these awards for athletic, as well as academic excellence.
Featuring nearly fifty pieces, “A Room with a View” celebrates natural landscapes from throughout the world. The exhibition is curated by Professor of Fine Arts Oscar Magnan, S.J.
Juju Chang, an Emmy Award-winning news correspondent for ABC News’ programs spoke at Saint Peter’s as part of “The John Tagliabue ’67 Lecture Series.”
College President, Jersey City Mayor, N.J. Legislators Welcomes Department of Defense for CMST Establishment
April 17 marked the formal establishment of SPC’s Center for Microplasma Science and Technology (CMST), the nation’s first and only center devoted to microplasma research.