In light of evolving information about the Coronavirus, COVID-19 and out of an abundance of caution, the University’s admissions office is postponing campus visits and on-campus events. Although you can’t come to campus, you can learn more about Peacock Nation through our upcoming virtual events.
Saint Peter’s University is excited to welcome prospective students to join our community. Whether you are a high school student, graduate student, or someone transferring or returning to college, Saint Peter’s University wants to make the application process as simple as possible. Our admission counselors are always available to answer questions about academic programs, housing, financial aid or even parking!
Learn more about us from the links below and, if you have any questions, feel free to email us:
Students who are applying for the first time to college, or students looking to transfer into a full-time day program, will discover our diverse academic degree options—more than 50 majors, minors and 5-year accelerated master’s programs. Learn more about financial aid, individual programs of study, Honors Program, and living on campus. Plus the next page will also provide you important information about how to apply to Saint Peter’s University.
The 8-week terms and multiple locations make getting back into the classroom to complete your degree that much easier for the working professional. Transfer your credits and work experience with you to Saint Peter’s to get to the finish line that much faster!
Students have the opportunity to study and conduct meaningful research under industry experts in the classroom. Advance your career opportunities.
Cura Personalis is a Latin term you’ll hear often at Saint Peter’s. It means care for the whole person. Here, we live by it. Saint Peter’s is a part of a network of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities across the country that provides students with opportunities to attend conferences and events, and participate in partnerships that advance their education. Jesuits take enormous pride in a long history of supporting a liberal arts education that inspires students to do good in the world and become their best self.
The University is pleased to announce it has received funding to assist students through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. To request assistance and apply for funding please read more.