Among the 28,000 members of SPC’s alumni network were members of the classes of 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999 and 2004, who gathered for Reunion Weekend.
For many Saint Peter’s students, the College’s partnerships with a variety of national and local philanthropic organizations play an important role in enriching their college experience and broadening their horizons.
As the United States economy falters, college students around the country are facing unplanned financial shortfalls. CBS Evening News visited Saint Peter’s to examine the hardships facing students struggling to pay their tuition.
Hearts & Minds: The Saint Peter’s College Annual Scholarship Dinner honors alumni and members of the College, and supports the scholarship fund for undergraduate students.
A prolific writer, Max Schulz has written numerous opinion pieces and articles on the topic. He has also opined about the subject on several national radio and television programs.
For those who couldn’t make it to D.C., the Department of Student Affairs planned an event so that the College community could witness this historic inauguration.
Saint Peter’s has provided aid and education to these 22 young adults, improving their quality of life.
As the Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society at Fordham University since 1988, Cardinal Dulles touched the lives of many within the Saint Peter’s College community.
The topic chosen for the Saint Peter’s College 37th Annual Regents Business Symposium November 7, 2008, was Leadership and Accountability in Challenging Times. The purpose of the forum is to inform and discuss current events in business and politics. The attendees, a standing-room-only crowd, listened to speakers who did just that from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Rankin Hall on the southwest edge of Saint Peter’s Jersey City campus was abuzz November 20 with faculty, staff and students who came to admire the talents cultivated by Saint Peter’s Fine Arts Department.
The Saint Peter’s College Office for Community Service and Service Learning (CSSL) has several service opportunities and events scheduled for the 2006 fall semester. Saint Peter’s College students typically contribute more than 16,000 hours of service to various community and non-profit organizations during the academic year. CSSL provide students with the opportunity to commit […]
Four Saint Peter’s College students participated in the Campus Ministry Leadership Institute (CMLI) hosted at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana from June 10 – 16. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops sponsored the program. Twenty teams from across the country attended. Campus Ministry Director Mary Sue Callan-Farley and students Milton Bravo […]
Rev. Laurence L. Cassidy, S.J., 77, a long-time faculty member of Saint Peter’s College, died on Thursday, June 29 at Murray-Weigel Hall, the Jesuit Infirmary, in the Bronx, NY, after a short illness. Fr. Cassidy served as a Philosophy Professor at Saint Peter’s since 1969 and Department Chair for a term. Prior to joining Saint […]
Saint Peter’s College senior Aimee Raganit of Jersey City received the 2006 Mr. & Mrs. Sidney A. Sparks Regional Collegian of the Year Award. The Regional Collegian of the Year Award is presented annually to outstanding collegiate members of Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity devoted to the study of business. The award recognizes personal […]
Eleven Saint Peter’s College students traveled to Honduras as part of the Global Outreach Program from May 22 to June 4. The group spent two weeks performing community service throughout Honduras. The students included Claudia Acosta ’07 of West New York; Gloria Cano ’07 of Jersey City; Tracey Clark ’07 of Sayreville; April Fuchs ’07 […]
The May 2006 Issue of SPCurrents (3 MB PDF file) features: The Baccalaureate MassCommencement 2006Honors Students Defend ThesesMendel LectureAcademic Symposium Diabetes Conference Or see the full SPCurrents Index of Issues
Jennifer K. Gillen of Hazlet was named Valedictorian of Saint Peter’s College Class of 2006 at Saint Peter’s College’s 115th commencement exercises on Sunday, May 21 at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, N.J. Gillen, a Biology major, will attend medical school in the fall. In the summer of 2004, Gillen interned at the […]
Saint Peter’s College awarded degrees to 885 students at the undergraduate and graduate levels at its 115th commencement exercises on Sunday, May 21 at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. Thirty-eight students received graduate and undergraduate individual awards during the ceremony. Class of 2006 Valedictorian Jennifer K. Gillen of Hazlet, NJ delivered the […]
Saint Peter’s College will officially name John Dunne as the fourteenth Men’s Basketball Head Coach in school history at a press conference today, Wednesday May 24th, at 1 p.m. on campus. The press conference will be held in the McIntyre Room of Dinneen Hall. Dunne comes to Saint Peter’s with a wide range of experience […]
Saint Peter’s College will award degrees to 885 students at the undergraduate and graduate levels at its 115th commencement exercises on Sunday, May 21 at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ. The College will also honor four individuals. The ceremonies will begin at 9:30 a.m. Broadway and film actor Philip Bosco will serve […]