On March 11 and March 12, 290 delegates from Cuba, Germany, China, Jordan and other countries gathered together to discuss the world’s most pressing issues, such as famine, drug trafficking and the rights of undocumented immigrants. While this might seem like the yearly session for the General Assembly of the United Nations, these delegates were […]
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Some people dream of hitting the game-winning shot in the waning seconds of a game. For Saint Peter’s junior Desi Washington (Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin [Delaware State]) that dream has come true four times this season and three times against Fairfield after Washington drained the decisive 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left to lift Saint Peter’s […]
Did you know that if 500 donors each gave $10 to Saint Peter’s University, 10 students could receive textbooks for an entire year? Add $15 more to that gift, and software could be upgraded for student computer labs throughout campus. And if 500 individuals contributed $50 each to University initiatives, students would be able to […]
President Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., delivered the following State of the University address to faculty, staff and administration yesterday afternoon in the Mac Mahon Student Center. Good afternoon. Thank you for this opportunity to be here with you today. I’d like to talk to you about the state of higher education and how it impacts […]
Alumni and friends gathered in The Duncan Family Sky Room at the Mac Mahon Student Center for an insightful and informative presentation by Sommelier Ron Bartels, followed by wine tastings paired with cheeses and hors d’oeuvres on February 12. Guests enjoyed sampling seven varieties of high quality wines of the world, including old world vs. […]
The legacy of Nelson Mandela – a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, activist, lawyer and philanthropist who served as president of South Africa from 1994-1999, will be honored at Saint Peter’s University during Black History Month events in February. Mandela passed away on December 5, 2013. “The struggles and successes that should be celebrated not […]
More than 60 people, including family, friends and alumni, attended a Mass of Remembrance for Rev. Joe Kelly, S.J., HA ’05 on December 7 in Saint Peter Chapel at Saint Peter Hall. Fr. Kelly, a member of the Jesuit order since 1949, passed away on December 5, 2008 at Christ Hospital in Jersey City. He […]
“Funding Entrepreneurs: Resources for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners to Help Find Them Money” was held on December 6 in The Duncan Family Sky Room at the Mac Mahon Student Center. Industry experts discussed how and where business owners and entrepreneurs can obtain financing for their companies, ideas, products and services. The event was facilitated […]
Saint Peter’s University alumni in the business and financial sector, as well as students interested in business management, gathered at the Down Town Association in New York for an Alumni in Finance (AiF) event on December 4. Thomas M. Joyce, former chairman and CEO of Knight Capital group, served as the guest speaker for those […]
WSPR Radio, “the voice of Saint Peter’s University,” celebrated the station’s new location on the fourth floor of the Mac Mahon Student Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on November 20. The newly opened student center is a major component of Students at the Center: The Campaign for Saint Peter’s University. The state-of-the-art, six-story structure is […]
On Sunday, May 17, more than 800 SPC graduates proudly received their diplomas at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Under the Post-9/11 GI Bill, the Yellow Ribbon program allows the College to cover tuition expenses for military veterans attending Saint Peter’s.
Jersey City, NJ – Undergraduate students taking courses this summer at Saint Peter’s College will be eligible for discounted tuition during the College’s four 2009 Summer Sessions. The discounted tuition plan allows students to take one undergraduate course, and receive 50 percent off the second course. Saint Peter’s designed this initiative in response to the […]
The women’s tennis and outdoor track and field teams earned these awards for athletic, as well as academic excellence.
Featuring nearly fifty pieces, “A Room with a View” celebrates natural landscapes from throughout the world. The exhibition is curated by Professor of Fine Arts Oscar Magnan, S.J.
Juju Chang, an Emmy Award-winning news correspondent for ABC News’ programs spoke at Saint Peter’s as part of “The John Tagliabue ’67 Lecture Series.”
College President, Jersey City Mayor, N.J. Legislators Welcomes Department of Defense for CMST Establishment
April 17 marked the formal establishment of SPC’s Center for Microplasma Science and Technology (CMST), the nation’s first and only center devoted to microplasma research.
Fr. Heavey dedicated his life to enriching the lives of others and served as the rector for the College’s Jesuit community.
New York Times best-selling author and NBC News Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss will address the Class of 2009 on Sunday, May 17.
Jersey City, NJ – Saint Peter’s College President Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., was among eleven individuals to receive a 2009 Annual Community Service Award from the Rotary Club of Jersey City-Daybreak. Chosen for strengthening Jersey City and creating a better community, Dr. Cornacchia received the award on Thursday, March 12, 2009 at the organization’s Fifth […]