Academic Programs

The Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE) recognizes the importance for students to take the correct courses for their degree. Whether you are a new student, transfer student, or a current student, the CASE staff is available to assist you in your educational journey towards graduation.
The Accelerated College Experience (ACE) program is designed for academically talented high school juniors and seniors. ACE offers students the unique opportunity to earn up to 18 college credits for advanced course-work completed during high school.
The ASP offers you educational workshops and inspiring service learning projects throughout the year geared to develop your full potential.
CASE Learning Support Services provides tutoring and academic instruction to Saint Peter’s University students. It offers assistance in writing, basic mathematics, and other specialty subjects. Assistance with study skills, test-taking, or reading improvement and all phases of research paper development is also provided.
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The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program at Saint Peter’s provides students who come from disadvantaged academic and economic backgrounds with the necessary skills to enroll and successfully complete their college education.
The Honors Program blends academic excellence, curricular innovation and individual attention for select students who are ready to challenge themselves and their professors.
If you are majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Physics and would like to work with the next generation of students, this might be an opportunity for you. The INVEST Scholars Program is focused on preparing talented undergraduates majoring in math and science who are interested in working with students in high need school districts.
The LEAPS program is an opportunity for students in STEM majors (Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics) to receive a scholarship and a range of academic support services.
The Office for Community Service is affiliated with Campus Ministry and directly implements the University’s mission “to prepare students for a lifetime of learning, leadership, and service to others in a diverse and global society.”
Saint Peter’s University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities.
Support for students interested in studing abroad
The Oscar Romero Project is designed to narrow the gaps in GPAs, retention and graduation rates, as well as improving college access for Latino and all generation 1.5 students (where English is not the first language at home).
The TREX program is an opportunity for students in STEM majors (Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics) to engage in a paid internship program that also counts for academic credit.
TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally funded program that offers our students a comprehensive four-year program entitled the EDGE (Engage, Discover, Gain Experience, Excel), which features result­s-oriented support services.
The Washington Center Internship Program offers qualified students in their sophomore, junior or senior year the opportunity to earn academic credit while working full-time in Washington as unpaid interns in positions related to their majors.