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Transferring to SJU can be easy!

Are you looking to transfer to Saint Joseph’s University for this coming fall?  Want to know how far your credits will go here on Hawk Hill? Register for Saint Joseph’s University’s Transfer Review Day on July 24th and start this fall! There are three ways to transfer to Saint Joseph’s. 1)    Earn your bachelor’s in…

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10 Things To Do When You #visitSJU

The first bit of advice that we give to students starting their college search is to visit, visit, and visit some more!  There is no better way to learn about a school than going to see it for yourself.  SJU offers daily visits, Monday through Friday at 10am and 2pm, and we offer four SJU View…

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The 18 Biggest Reasons to be Excited for Orientation

By: Megan Thompson’15 & Brian Lafferty’15 1. Nothing says welcome quite like an overly-caffeinated stranger jumping in your car! 2. Being introduced to some of the most passionate students at SJU, your Red Shirts, who will be your fearless leaders for the next 36 hours.  3. Meeting your group members who could potentially be your…

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Experiencing Uncharted Waters

Our guide smiled with half of his cigar hanging from the corner of his lips. He tucked his paperback Santeria book in the nook of his elbow and crossed his arms over his tie-dyed “Rastafarian” t-shirt. He squinted at us over the rims of his glasses and drawled, “There’s one piece of advice I’d like…

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Summer Scholars: My Quest to Redefine Beauty

  This summer I decided to get involved with the Summer Scholars Program.  Summer Scholars is for current SJU students to participate in a faculty-mentored research program. I had no idea what to expect going into it, but I did know that I wanted to try to develop my art skills.  However, I did not…

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Where do Hawks land? The Jesuit Volunteer Corps!

Starting this August, I will be embarking on a year of full-time service with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, whose mission is to enhance the capacity of local organizations to serve their communities by providing volunteers opportunities to directly serve the poor and marginalized in the U.S. and developing countries. I’ll be moving to Los Angeles,…

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Where do Hawks land? Graduate school!

This fall, I will be attending Boston College to pursue my Master’s degree in English and follow my dream of studying literature. I have always pictured myself in the world of academia. Hopefully one day I will be a writer and English professor, and pass on my love of learning, books, and reading to other…

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Where do Hawks land? PepsiCo!

In just a few short weeks, I will be starting my full-time position with PepsiCo as a Sales Associate in the Philadelphia area.  I am in a unique program including  only ten college graduates nationwide. The program places us in a new position and a new city each year for five to six years, before…

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18 Reasons the Class of 2018 Will Love SJU

by Marissa Marzano ’14 1. Because this is easily the most Instagrammable campus around. One more from tonight's fabulous #sunset. A post shared by Saint Joseph's University (@saintjosephs) on Nov 6, 2013 at 2:15pm PST   2. …and if you’re still waiting for your Hogwarts letter, Barbelin is basically Hogwarts. The staircases even move!* *Disclaimer:…

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Welcoming New Hawks One Bullhorn at a Time

The highlight of every admissions cycle comes during the first week of April when the Saint Joseph’s campus community opens its doors and hearts to welcome prospective families for Admitted Students’ Days. As a member of the Hawk Host Organization since my freshman year, ASD is the culmination of a year’s worth of work giving…

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