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Saint Peter’s Business Students Take Second Place in International Ethics Competition

By Marilú Marcillo, Ph.D., associate professor of business For the first time Saint Peter’s University competed in the International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBESCC), the oldest and most distinguished intercollegiate business ethics competition of its kind. The 2021 IBESCC was held virtually on April 8 and 9 by Loyola Marymount University’s College of Business Administration […]

Hogan the Hero: A Success Story from the Saint Peter’s Puppy Club

Saint Peter’s is a proud host of the Canine Companions program on the University’s campus. The program partners student volunteers with service dogs in-training through the Saint Peter’s Puppy Club. Students involved in the program spend a year and a half training a puppy with the ultimate goal of having them placed as a service […]

Build a Brighter Future on Saint Peter Day 2021

The third annual Saint Peter Day—on Wednesday, April 7—comes at a critical time for our students. As they prepare for an ever-changing world, they rely on scholarship support to make the dream of affording a Saint Peter’s education a reality. This year, your gift will help provide critical scholarship support—and thanks to the generous offer […]

Graduating First-Generation in a Global Pandemic: A Feature on Adrista Ramirez ’21

Gineen K. Abuali ’21 wrote the following profile about her fellow classmate Adrista Ramirez ’21. The feature was recently published by the Center for First-Generation Student Success.  Many students would admit that they are nervous and afraid about leaving college for the “real world.” This feeling is multiplied when they are the first in their […]

Saint Peter’s Celebrates Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month celebrates and encourages the study and observance of the vital role of women in American history. Saint Peter’s will be celebrating throughout the month of March. Below is a list of upcoming events planned at this time. Please continue to check The Peacock Press for updates as well as registration and Zoom […]

Students Compete in CFA Institute Research Challenge

Congratulations to the Frank J. Guarini School of Business CFA Research Challenge Team members: Jocelyn Encalada ’21, Douglas Hall ’21, Anton Moore ’21 and Valeria Moreno ’22 for competing in the CFA Institute Research Challenge regional competition on Friday, February 5. The annual competition promotes ethics and best practices in equity research through mentoring and […]

University Marks Start of Black History Month

The University community virtually gathered on Monday, February 1 for a flag raising to commemorate the start of Black History Month. Nursing major Loudjie Marie Theodore ’21 performed a beautiful rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Celebrated during the month of February, Black History Month highlights the influence of African American culture and individuals […]

Elizabeth Rado ’21 Featured in HUMC Newsletter for Work as Student Nurse Extern

Nursing student Elizabeth Rado ’21 was featured in The Pulse, Hackensack University Medical Center’s newsletter, for her work as a student nurse extern. Below is the excerpt featuring Rado’s story. Elizabeth Rado’s Story in her own words… “I am from Morristown, NJ and am a senior nursing student at St. Peter’s University in Jersey City, […]

Ginger Gold Schnitzer Appears on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato

Ginger Gold Schnitzer, J.D., executive director of the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership and director of the MPA program at Saint Peter’s University, recently appeared on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato to discuss the 2020 election including vote by mail, trusting the electoral process and the post-election process as it relates to claims […]

Press Releases

Class of 2020 and 2021 Commencement Speakers Announced

Jersey City, N.J. – May 4, 2021 –Saint Peter’s today announced the speakers for the University’s virtual commencement exercises for the Class of 2020 and the Class of 2021. On Friday, May 21, Rev. Gregory Boyle, S.J., founder and director of the world’s largest gang-intervention and rehabilitation program, Homeboy Industries, will address the Class of […]

Hearts & Minds to Raise Funds Virtually to Ensure Students Continued Success

Jersey City, N.J. – March 2, 2021 – Saint Peter’s University today announced its plans to raise much-needed funds for student scholarship via a virtual event. Hearts & Minds: The Saint Peter’s University Scholarship Celebration will take place virtually this year on Friday, May 7 and will honor four members of the University community: Patricia […]

Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing Elizabeth Sullivan Named President-Elect of the Board of Directors for the National Catholic College Admission Association

Jersey City, N.J. – February 28, 2021 – Saint Peter’s University today announced that Elizabeth Sullivan, vice president for enrollment management and marketing, has been appointed president-elect of the Board of Directors for the National Catholic College Admission Association (CCAA). Sullivan began her three-year term in October 2020. The  term consists of one year as president-elect, which she […]

Saint Peter’s University Announces Zero Tuition Promise for Eligible New Jersey Residents

Jersey City, N.J. – January 26, 2021 – Saint Peter’s University today announced the launch of its Gateway Tuition Program, a zero tuition promise (tuition, comprehensive fees and new student orientation fee) for New Jersey residents that meet qualifying criteria. Through a financial aid application (FAFSA) review, the University will identify students’ eligibility for the program, which […]

NJBIZ Names Saint Peter’s University President to Education Power 50

Jersey City, N.J. – September 14, 2020 – Saint Peter’s is proud to announce that Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., president of the University, was named to the 2020 NJBIZ Education Power 50 list. The NJBIZ Education Power 50 list profiles leaders at education institutions who are “responsible for managing [education] organizations, making policies that directly […]