Diversity and Inclusion Resources
St. Joseph's University is committed to fostering an environment of openness, exploration, understanding and respect for diverse ideologies, traditions and cultures. Through collaboration with clubs and organizations, as well as academic departments and administrative offices, the Office of Student Involvement, Leadership and Intercultural Engagement facilitates programming that engages our University community in exploring critical issues about race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, religion/spirituality, nationality and socioeconomic status.
Learn more about student clubs and organizations that focus on multiculturalism, diversity, civic engagement, social justice and advocacy efforts. Click below to browse through our cultural clubs and organizations:
The Office of Campus Ministry of St. Joseph's University helps instill integrity, intellectual rigor, spiritual depth, social responsibility and service into the University community.
Through our community outreach and reverence for the sacred, St. Joseph's University Campus Ministry participates in the creation of a world with respect and dignity for all.
St. Joseph’s University Food for Thought is a long Island campus initiative designed to identify students who are at risk of food insecurity, assist in identifying sources of food assistance, provide food assistance and create safe spaces for personal and confidential conversations.
For information about the St. Joseph’s University Brooklyn Food Pantry please contact Sister Marie Mackey at [email protected].
In compliance with Title IX, the Clery Act and the Campus SaVE Act, St. Joseph's University is committed to maintaining a healthy, safe and secure environment for students, faculty and staff. The University will enforce policies prohibiting all forms of sex discrimination, including sexual misconduct in the form of sexual assault, sexual coercion, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking.
If you have been the victim or you know someone who has been the victim of sex discrimination, including sexual misconduct, sexual assault, sexual coercion, sexual exploitation, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking, you may contact the Title IX coordinator or deputy coordinators at your respective campus.
Student Accessibility Services
The goal of Student Accessibility Services with regard to students with disabilities is to equalize educational opportunities by supporting educational development and ensuring appropriate accommodations are provided. The main objectives are:
- Ensure students with disabilities equal access to all programs and services at St. Joseph's University.
- Record appropriate accommodations based on documented disabilities.
- Encourage independence by teaching students self-advocacy skills.
- Assist students with transferring skills learned in the classroom to settings outside of the classroom.
- Serve as a liaison and resource for the faculty and staff to facilitate awareness and appreciation for students with disabilities.
Counseling and Wellness Services
Counseling and Wellness Services provide a wide range of services that support the holistic development of all students in body, mind and spirit. These services are free and confidential; they are available so that students can flourish academically, socially, emotionally and psychologically.