Visit Saint Peter's

Visit Saint Peter’s

In light of evolving information about the Coronavirus, COVID-19 and out of an abundance of caution, the University’s admissions office is postponing campus visits and on-campus events. Although you can’t come to campus, you can learn more about Peacock Nation through our upcoming virtual events

In the meantime, you can contact a counselor via, check out our virtual tour, and chat live with students and staff to get an inside look at the University.


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.

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Daily Tours

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.

Transfer Days

Transfer Days (On-line Events)

Transfer students from accredited community colleges and four-year schools are welcome to apply to Saint Peter’s University. We offer students to connect virtually with transfer admission staff for counseling and advising about enrolling at Saint Peter’s University. Individual appointments can be arranged by emailing

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Chat With Us

Can’t make it to campus? No problem. Send us an email or live chat with current students, faculty and staff.

Group Visits

Group Visits

All group visits are postponed until further notice. Counselors or CBO Advisors seeking on-line information sessions are invited to contact Anthony Rodriguez at to set up a virtual event.

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.


Please visit our directions page for help finding our campus. For further details, feel free to contact our Office of Admissions at 201-761-7100 or