“Go forth and set the world on fire.”
-- Saint Ignatius of Loyola 

A Saint Joseph’s University education prepares  graduates to respond to Saint Ignatius’ call to do good in the world in a myriad of ways.  Reflection, service to others, and a focus on social justice, provide students with integral tools to begin their professional careers with an increased self- awareness at an individual and organizational level to help navigate change while staying true to their values.


An Ignatian leader is reflective, action-oriented, and purposeful and enters the workforce prepared to make a positive impact on individuals, their community, and the world.


Hear first hand accounts from Hawks who have put their skills to the test in challenging internships and professional roles. Learn how they discovered their opportunities and advice they would have for Hawks who wish to follow in their footsteps.

Read Their Stories



Students depart Saint Joseph’s University to make an impact on organizations in diverse industries. The data from the post-graduate survey highlights the success of our students as they transition from campus to their professional roles.

Review Results


A liberal arts education allows students to build solid foundational skills sought after by employers. Students are encouraged to pursue majors in their interest areas which will launch them towards career success. Major Outcomes Reports allow you to see what students in each major do after graduation. Our post-graduate survey reports provide a comprehensive review of where Hawks head after graduation.

Explore Reports


of SJU’s class of 2017 was employed, pursuing graduate study or in full-time volunteer programs within six months of graduation.