Louis Ruvolo ’80, ’08 will focus on program assessment and curriculum as Saint Peter’s grows the depth and breadth of the University’s business offerings.
Students, faculty and administration crowd into Roy Irving Theatre for discussion on gun control.
Student essay contest winners receive awards; read excerpts of winning compositions.
University hosts the 2012-2013 Alpha Sigma Nu induction ceremony.
University becomes the first higher education institution to host the annual event.
Event welcomes members of the region’s business community for program on social business.
Bill Cosby and The Midtown Men perform for sold out audiences on the opening weekend of Saint Peter’s PAC.
The greatest gift that Saint Peter’s University can receive this Christmas is that of your generosity.
Sandesh Bhandari ’14 spends nine weeks researching studies concerning the social understanding of adults and children.
Faculty, administrators, staff and students sign up for Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program.
Scholarship gifts, such as the one from the Northfield Bank Foundation, make it possible for students to receive an education from Saint Peter’s.
The five-year program allows students to receive degrees in physics and electrical engineering from SPC and NJIT.
Saint Peter’s College is the first academic institution in New Jersey to act as the base for an Order of the Sons of Italy in America — the newly formed Father Victor R. Yanitelli, S.J. Lodge No. 2847.
Dr. Cornacchia has infused the campus with new energy, improving academic, environmental and spiritual elements of the community and curriculum.
Kevin Cummines, adjunct lecturer for fine arts, and performing-arts coordinator for the Office of Student Activities, premiered his composition Symphony no. 1: The Peacock as part of the Hudson Symphony Orchestra’s first concert as Symphony-in-Residence at Saint Peter’s College.
Kevin Cummines also premieres his composition Symphony No. 1: The Peacock.
John P. Ferguson ’70 is at the top of the list of influential healthcare professionals.
According to the NCAA, results show that SPC student-athletes have a 91 percent graduation rate, which is higher than the national average.
The Hudson Symphony Orchestra and Saint Peter’s College recently signed partnership agreements.
Best-Selling Author and NBC’s Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss to be Keynote Speaker for Regents Business Symposium
The forum is designed to inform and discuss current events in business and politics.