Visit the Brooklyn Campus
Visiting our beautiful campus in Clinton Hill is a great way for you and your family to get to know the University and, more importantly, to meet the people who make St. Joseph's University a great place. Come see how students enjoy the freedom of campus life and enjoy the many cultural and educational advantages of being in New York City. We look forward to welcoming you to St. Joseph's University!
Tour the Brooklyn Campus
Come see why our students love the campus by taking a campus tour in the historic Clinton Hill neighborhood. It is a great opportunity for you to get a glimpse of campus life, as well as meet with a counselor and current students. On the tour, you will visit our academic buildings, our vast library in McEntegart Hall, the Dillon Child Study Center and our NCAA-regulation athletic and recreational facility, The Hill Center.
You may also view the 360-degree virtual tour.
Meet With a Counselor
In-Person Meetings With a Counselor
Our counselors invite you to discuss the many opportunities our Brooklyn campus can provide. Our experienced counselors will explain the admissions process, our certificate and degree programs, student life, financial aid, athletics and all of the other avenues for academic and personal growth available at the University.
Virtual Meeting With a Counselor
Our admissions and financial aid counselors look forward to connecting with you virtually. Please click on each of the below virtual meeting opportunities to learn more about what we have to offer by connecting with one of our experienced counselors from the Office of Admissions or the Office of Financial Aid.
Select an option below to schedule a meeting.
Chat with a Student or Admissions Counselor
Please view the listing of our staff and students who are available to chat with you via text messaging.
We are happy to accommodate group tours of our campus for high schools and community organizations.
Traveling to Campus
Our Brooklyn campus is readily accessible by car, bus and subway. Click here for directions to our campus.
Get to know the campus prior to your visit by viewing our campus map.