In a major milestone for Saint Peter’s University, seven students in the education and nursing programs received the first doctoral degrees in the University’s 142-year history. Four students, Joseph John Cirillo ’14, Julie Beth Glazer ’14 and brother and sister Hansel Antonio Perez-Valderrama ’97, ’01, ’14 and Gretel T. Perez-Valderrama ’00, ’14, received the Doctor […]
Nineteen teams. Two-hundred and thirty-four student-athletes. One goal: Win. At Saint Peter’s, the Department of Athletics has always made it clear that winning in the classroom is just as important as on the field. Winning championships, as the golf team (2014), women’s indoor track & field (2011, 2012, 2013), women’s outdoor track & field (2011, […]
Saint Peter’s University President Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., his wife AnnMarie and Rev. Michael Braden, S.J., vice president for mission and ministry, joined alumni and friends for an unforgettable eight-day journey through Spain to walk “In the Footsteps of Ignatius” earlier this month. “The places we visited gave the group an opportunity to experience St. […]
Annual giving, which is simply giving to Saint Peter’s University within the fiscal year – July 1 through June 30 – is crucial to the success of New Jersey’s only Jesuit university. Your annual gift allows us to make a better tomorrow for our students, and we need your help in order to continue educating […]
More than 90 alumni, faculty, administrators and friends of Saint Peter’s University gathered at Amanda’s Restaurant in Hoboken for a five course dinner with wine pairings on Monday, June 16. The evening was graciously presented by Eugene Flinn ’80 and his wife, Joyce Flinn, co-owners of Amanda’s. All of the ticket sales from the event […]
On June 7, former Saint Peter’s football players from the classes of 1965 to 1972 gathered in The Duncan Family Sky Room at the Mac Mahon Student Center for a fun-filled afternoon of food, drinks and memories. “The camaraderie these football players and, most importantly, friends had from 40-plus years ago never left us,” said […]
Change can create new challenges and can be difficult to accept; however change can be inspiring and is necessary for growth. Change and development were the primary focus of many of the conversations at the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Master’s in Business Administration program at Saint Peter’s University. On May 28, alumni […]
On May 19, thousands filled the amphitheater at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, N.J. for the 123rd Commencement of Saint Peter’s University. Some of the individuals in the stands were family members, some friends, some faculty and some administrators. Some of the guests came from places as close as Jersey City, while others […]
Thirty-one students and three business professors – Karl Alorbi, Ph.D., Mary Kate Naatus, Ph.D. and Carl Kirton – recently visited China and Hong Kong for 11 days as part of the University’s short-term business study abroad program. During the trip, students visited the Shanghai General Motors auto plant, a silk factory, the People’s University of […]
During the John J. Delaney ’50 Alumni Reception on May 15, held in The Duncan Family Sky Room at the Mac Mahon Student Center, the Class of 2014 was officially welcomed into a family of more than 30,000 alumni who call Saint Peter’s alma mater. “This is very surreal,” said Michelle Raghunandan ’14, who said […]
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."
Six executives will address topics that affect the global marketplace and network with Saint Peter’s M.B.A. students.
Valente, also an award-winning poet, will provide remarks at Wednesday’s Michaelmas, which honors students for outstanding academic achievement.
The Peacocks will take on the Monmouth Hawks at 6:00 a.m. live on ESPN at the RLC on the Jersey City campus.
On Saturday, SPC’s Athletics Department will induct seven alumni and the 2003 Men’s Soccer Team into its Athletics Hall of Fame as part of Hall of Fame Day.
New programs include a M.A. in Education with a concentration in school counseling, a B.A. in Asian Studies, as well as concentrations in environmental science and forensic science.
Six new distinguished faculty members have joined the ranks of Saint Peter’s teaching community with the start of the fall 2009 semester.
Saint Peter’s received more than $5.7 million in gifts and pledges, about half of which went to the Annual Fund and the College’s endowment.
Saint Peter’s developed this school so that students will be fully prepared to help meet education challenges in New Jersey.