Martin Luther King Accepts Honorary Degree From College – More than 500 persons jammed into the oppressively hot Dinneen Auditorium September 21, at 11:00 a.m. to hear Dr. Martin Luther King describe his American Dream. Dr. King spoke after receiving the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws and Letters during the annual Michaelmas Convocation. Amid […]
When Arnaldo Diaz ’16 thinks about graduation, he doesn’t just see a hard-earned bachelor’s degree in business management — he sees the opportunity to grab his dream, provide for his family and give back to his hometown of Jersey City. Originally inspired by his family’s passion for cooking, Diaz, 41, has had a longtime dream […]
Not many undergraduates can say they run their own businesses. Then again, Paul Schifilliti ’17 isn’t exactly the norm. Together with Kevin Soriano ’19, the 20-year-old honors student founded Calculated Business Progress (CBP), a budget-friendly consulting firm poised to help small restaurants expand through strategic marketing, effective cost structuring and establishing greater efficiencies. “Simply put, […]
Saint Peter’s University alumni and friends in the business and financial sector recently gathered in the heart of lower Manhattan’s Financial District where they discussed and learned about one of the hottest trending industries: data science. The latest Alumni in Finance (AiF) Network event was held at the Trinity Bar & Restaurant in the Financial […]
Jersey City Deputy Mayor Vivian Brady-Phillips came to the McIntyre Conference Center at Saint Peter’s on Thursday, December 3 to discuss city government and the importance of community and public service initiatives with students and faculty members. Deputy Mayor Brady-Phillip’s presentation was part of Pizza & Politics, an annual event series hosted by the Guarini […]
It was a Friday night, Reyna Dominguez ’17 recalled, when she was in Journal Square celebrating a Hindu block party. As a Catholic, Dominguez described the celebration as having a big impact on her by strengthening her connection and appreciation of a faith not her own. “It was fun, which is not a word you […]
In the spirit of “being men and women for others,” The Campus Kitchen held its annual fall food drive that amassed thousands of pounds of non-perishable food items as well as monetary donations to help those in need in the Jersey City area. The Campus Kitchen, which repurposes extra unused food into nutritious meals for […]
More than 40 students at Saint Peter’s University were recently inducted into the Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society.On Thursday, November 19, family, friends and faculty gathered in the McIntyre Conference Center to celebrate the inductees as they were formally pinned and became official members of the Society. The Beta Pi chapter of Chi Alpha […]
H.E. Caleb Otto, M.D., United Nations ambassador of the Republic of Palau, recently served as the featured speaker at this year’s faculty colloquium, an annual event designed to enrich the knowledge of the University community through an exclusive dialogue with visiting U.N. ambassadors. Several members of the faculty and staff gathered to listen to Dr. […]
Several high ranking transportation officials and experts gathered at Saint Peter’s on Friday, November 13 to address the most pressing transportation issues in the New York metropolitan area and the measures needed to improve them. The panel of experts included: Drew Galloway, chief of planning & performance for Amtrak North East Corridor; New Jersey State […]
Learn all about our graduates in the Class of 2011 Fact Sheet, including their plans for the future.
Professor Demillo discusses Saint Peter’s College and its journalism program with Emmy Award-winning anchor Steve Adubato.
Carlos Lejnieks, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson and Union Counties, to speak at the 120th commencement exercises for the College.
Ronnah Parham named most outstanding performer as she sets new MAAC record in the 100 meter hurdles. Coach Mike Massone named MAAC Coach of the Year.
Largest capital campaign in College history to benefit fundamental elements including academics, Jesuit mission, athletics, endowment and the construction of the College’s first ever student center.
Englewood Cliffs is the only campus to earn the distinction in the Garden State.
Seasoned professional tapped to head the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership.
Sponsored by the history and communication departments, this year’s conference theme is “If It Bleeds, It Leads: Reporting on War and Crime.”
St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church will foster faith development for the College and Jersey City community.
The Peacocks send a warm thanks to their fans and Coach John Dunne for an unbelievable season and for supporting them in the Big Dance.