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Commemoration of Jesuit Martyrs Week

Saint Peter’s College has several events planned for the week of November 15th to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the assassination of the Jesuit martyrs and their housekeepers in El Salvador in 1989.

Don Kennedy, Legendary Coach, Dies at 97

Don Kennedy, arguably the most prominent non-Jesuit in Saint Peter’s College history, passed away on October 26 at the age of 97. Kennedy coached the Peacocks’ men’s basketball team to a record 323 victories from 1950 to 1972.

OneCard Now Available to SPC Community

Saint Peter’s College introduced OneCard – a new identification and debit card system – to the campus community this fall. The new card serves not only as the official College ID but provides holders access to the O’Toole library, athletics events, campus computing labs and anywhere else on the Jersey City campus where a photo ID is required.

SPC/Englewood Cliffs Offers Exciting Programs for Adult Learners

The Englewood Cliffs Campus of Saint Peter’s College is celebrating its twenty-ninth year of providing higher educational opportunities for adult students in northern New Jersey. Situated dramatically on the Cliffs of the Palisades, the campus has a commanding view of the Hudson River and New York City.

Saint Peter’s College To Welcome Over 500 Freshmen

Over 500 students comprise the Class of 2008! This year’s freshmen, half of whom are expected to live on campus, hail from all 21 New Jersey counties; 19 states and the District of Columbia and U.S. Virgin Islands.

Address to the Graduating Class of Saint Peter’s College 2004

Dr. Robert G. Lahita ’67, Vice President and Chairman of Medicine at Jersey City Medical Center and a Professor of Medicine at the Mount Sinai Medical School, delivered the commencement address and was awarded an Honorary Degree as Saint Peter’s graduated more than 800 students at Commencement exercises at the PNC Arts Center on Sunday, May 23.