The growth and impact of technology is important and relevant in every field, but one area where it is becoming increasingly significant is in the field of education. Debates about PARCC testing on computers, student access to technology, the changing nature of the classroom and the diminishing need for textbooks are just a few of […]
Since its inception in 2010, the Saint Peter’s University Alumni in Finance (AIF) Network has met regularly in the heart of New York’s financial district. AIF provides attendees the opportunity to network with fellow alumni and current Saint Peter’s students. The most recent celebration though was held for the first time in the new Saint […]
In 2013, Saint Peter’s University signed a historic agreement with Rising Tide Capital (RTC), which enabled qualified graduates of RTC’s 12-week Community Business Academy (CBA) to receive up to six college credits through prior learning experience from the School of Professional and Continuing Studies at Saint Peter’s. Rising Tide Capital is a non-profit organization based […]
Be educated. Be aware. Be honest. Speak up. These words were on display throughout the presentations that were given during the 15th Annual Stephen D. Doyle Criminal Justice Symposium, which was held at Saint Peter’s on Thursday, April 16. The theme of this year’s conference was “Sexual Misconduct on Campus: Education, Prevention and the Law.” […]
For the fourth year in a row, Saint Peter’s proved to be successful with the University’s annual 24-hour/weekend long campaign. This year the theme of the 24-hour campaign was “Make an Impact – A Day of Giving.” The event was held on Thursday, March 26 from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. and was designed to […]
The evening of Saturday, March 28 proved to be a night filled with gratitude at Saint Peter’s University. Members of the University community, alumni, family and friends filled The Duncan Family Sky Room to celebrate the induction of the 2014 Saint Peter’s University Athletics Hall of Fame Class. The inductees all took the stage to […]
With women now comprising a majority of the student population at Saint Peter’s University, it is hard to imagine a day before they were welcome on campus. But this reality was just one of the many topics that was explored during the inaugural event for the Alumnae in Action Network. The event was held in […]
Did you know that alumni participation rates, or the percentage of alumni that give back to their alma mater, is a key measurement used throughout the country to rank institutions and the level of engagement among their alumni? Did you realize that donors can make a gift of any size and it will have an […]
Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta), the National Biological Honor Society awarded research grants to six Saint Peter’s University students for the 2014-2015 academic year. Since 1998, TriBeta has awarded grants to more than 30 undergraduate research projects involving more than 50 students. Saint Peter’s students have used the funds to conduct biological studies ranging from the […]
Saint Peter’s University always seeks to host events surrounding timely and relevant topics and what could be more well-timed than a discussion on Port Authority reform? The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey affects every business and resident in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area because it builds, operates and maintains a vast […]
This is the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.
A distinguished professor at Saint Peter’s, Dr. Gutsch also served as the chairman of the American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium.
SPC students are “empowering a generation to power a nation” in order to spread the word about climate change.
Professors Joe McLaughlin and Tom Matteo traced the College’s historic timeline from 1872 with vintage photos in their co-authored book, Saint Peter’s College.
The show will broadcast live from the Jersey City campus as part of Spirit Week and Tierney’s College Basketball Campus Tour 2010.
The College will welcome representatives from Georgetown, Drew and Saint Joseph’s to speak at this conference.
Following the recent earthquake on January 12, the College will collect funds to be donated immediately to help bring relief to Haiti.
Fr. Novak was a cherished friend to the College, serving on the Board of Trustees until 2004 and most recently, the Board of Regents.
Environmental Studies Program Established as President Obama Announces $2.3 Billion for Clean Energy Jobs
The new degree will prepare students for the 58,000 jobs that will be created in the environmental sustainability industry.
The grant will support seniors at Saint Peter’s College who are having difficulty making outstanding tuition payments.