The Pride of Being a Hawk

Walking through the doors of Hagan Arena is a feeling like no other.  I stepped into the arena on the night of December 3rd when our Saint Joseph’s Hawks were set to face one of our biggest rivals, the Temple … Continued

An Eye-opening Experience in Autism Education

The Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support aims to improve the lives of individuals and families managing an autism diagnosis, while also training compassionate and dedicated professionals empowered and capable of fulfilling the mission beyond The Kinney Center walls.  I … Continued

7 Reasons to Apply EA

The early action deadline is in just four days! Applying now to SJU offers a range of benefits — from exclusive scholarship opportunities to possibly getting a big red envelope sticking out of your mailbox in December. If you are still working … Continued

“I’m Bored” – Said No Hawk EVER!

“I’m bored.” – These are two syllables that I don’t think I have ever uttered during my college career. Throughout my time at SJU so far, I have made a habit of immersing myself in what I am truly passionate … Continued

10 Reasons to Major in Admissions

While there isn’t really a major in admissions, there are many skills that you can bring from lots of different majors to this career.  Event planning, public speaking, writing, planning, organization and problem-solving are just a few skills needed to … Continued

JETting with Jesuits

I have always loved to travel – when I was in college, I actually studied abroad twice! I got to go on a safari in Kenya and study at one of the oldest universities in the world in Ireland, but … Continued

Welcome, Class of 2019!

We admissions counselors love this time of year!  It is a time for new beginnings and the creation of new relationships.   September is when we start our fall travel to visit high schools, attend college fairs and meet prospective students … Continued

From Hong Kong to Paris: Studying Abroad

I got the travel bug at a young age — I remember watching the travel channel in elementary school when other kids were watching Nickelodeon and the Disney channel. I wanted to travel the world and I was enthralled by … Continued

My Philadelphia Magazine Internship

On May 19th, almost a week after I had taken my last final of sophomore year, said goodbye to my friends, and moved out of my apartment, my first day in the adult world had already begun. For the next … Continued