Undergraduate Admission

Peacock Nation Online

The Office of Admission has pulled together the following resources for you to connect with us online and to share more about our distinctive Jesuit community.

Join Us

Sign up for one of our online events using the links below. Learn more from faculty, offices like financial aid and housing and residence life, and what life in Peacock Nation is all about.

Financial Aid Info Sessions

Support Services Chat
March 25
Learn more about EOF, TRiO, ASP, and more

Student Life Chat
March 29
Talk to campus representatives about study abroad, living on campus, dining, and more.

Spring Open Houses

Admitted? Next Steps

Congratulations again on your acceptance to Saint Peter’s University. If you are ready to officially join Peacock Nation, please visit the Enrollment Guide for your next steps in the enrollment process. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at admissions@saintpeters.edu.

Visit Virtually

Being in the heart of Jersey City and just a 12-minute train ride to New York City, there’s a lot that makes our campus unique. Check out our virtual tour, Instagram residence hall tour, and what a day in the life looks like for some of our students.

Be sure to follow us on Instagram to see more of what life in Peacock Nation is all about.

Chat With Us

Even though we may not be physically on campus, we are still here to answer all your questions. Send us an email or live chat with current students, faculty and staff.

Ready to Enroll?

Check your email for your username and password to access SPIRIT Online. Or, submit your Intent to Enroll form with a check or money order to: Saint Peter’s University Office of Admission 2641 John F. Kennedy Blvd. Jersey City, NJ 07306.

Learn More About Saint Peter’s

Life at Saint Peter’s goes far beyond the classroom. From our honors program to your career to 16 NCAA Division I teams to 70+ student clubs, you’ll find countless opportunities to meet new people and explore your interests.

University’s Response to Coronavirus, COVID-19

The University has been closely monitoring coronavirus, COVID-19 and has migrated all classes online to keep our students safe. For more information about common questions and our response, visit our Health Services page.