This program prepares students to manage patient information and medical records, among multiple other skill sets.
The Peacocks had no trouble with the early wake-up call for ESPN’s 24 Hours of College Basketball Tip-off Marathon.
On permanent display in the College’s quadrangle, the Peace sculpture was dedicated to the College by renowned artist Jasha Green in 1979.
One student will be eligible to win free tuition for the spring semester. Other game events include SPC’s Pep Band debut and a Thanksgiving food drive.
This event is in honor of Fr. Joseph Kelly, who was a founding member of the CROP Hunger Walk at the College in 1979.
Effective January 1, 2010, the electricity purchased for all buildings on the Jersey City campus will be 100% renewable “green” energy.
This new graduate program will prepare students for new and innovative leadership opportunities in the health care industry.
Pane Amaro documents Italian-American immigration from 1880 through World War II. A Q&A session with the producers will take place after the film.
Students had the opportunity to hear Hedy’s personal account of surviving the Holocaust as part of the College’s Freshman Common Reading Program.
Designed to inform and discuss current events in business and politics, the theme for this year’s forum is "Restoring Confidence: From Crisis to Recovery."