International Student Admissions

International Student Admissions

Explore multicultural diversity at St. Joseph's University, New York.

With a population of over eight million and home to all types of ethnicities and cultures, New York City thrives as the country’s most diverse academic and cultural city. From the Statue of Liberty to Ellis Island, the five boroughs and numerous premiere institutions of higher education, New York continues to be a symbol for the American dream of opportunity, entrepreneurship, education and freedom.

Our Brooklyn and Long Island campuses are home to a diverse group of international students — giving them opportunity, confidence, friends, an education with ESL support and a multicultural experience of a lifetime.

Rono HemRono Hem '19 • Biology Major

“The diverse nature of the classes [at St. Joseph's University] is what makes connecting with cultures such an organic process. We have students from all over the world in my class — Ecuador, China, Jordan, Montenegro to name a few. The small class sizes have made connecting with other students almost inevitable.”

Who is Considered an International Student?

If you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, you are considered to be an international student. All prospective international students must demonstrate their ability to fund their educational expenses, including tuition, housing, books, etc. for the duration of their study.

If you have questions regarding immigration and/or visa requirements for international students, please select which campus you would like to attend.

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Brooklyn Campus

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Long Island Campus

A new chapter awaits you on scenic Long Island. Click here to learn more.