We want you to know that St. Joseph's University is here for you and your students. We’ve all endured so much, and now we look forward to what the future brings for your student. And St. Joseph's University would love to be a part of that future.
Our staff continues working hard to make sure all of our admitted students are able to easily navigate their transition to college. We also want to keep you in the loop throughout this process.
Here are some updates from the Office of Admissions
- Our Admissions counselors are able to meet in person or virtually with you and your students.
- You can submit your tuition deposit online. We will work with you if you need more time. (Please note, due to limited spaces during our fall semester, we must stay with the May 1 deadline for Nursing and Presidential Scholarships or until capacity is reached).
- Financial Aid packages are available on your student's application portal. Financial Aid counselors are available to connect in person, by phone, or video conference. If you would like to make an appointment, please call the Office of Financial Aid at 631.687.2600. If you have not done so, there is still time to complete the FAFSA.
- Registration information and instructions will be sent to your student’s email account that was used to complete their application.
- Student athletes looking to get in touch with our coaches can contact Michael Barfield at [email protected].
- To stay connected, we will send regular correspondence to your student's email account that was used to complete their application. Check regularly for updates!
Most importantly, we hope your families are safe and healthy. Our students and their families are so important to us. If there is anything we can assist you with, please don't hesitate to contact our staff.
Helpful Links for Parents
- College Board
With a section designated specifically to parents, College Board offers information on AP and SAT tests. It is also a great resource to search for colleges, as well as learn about different majors and get advice on planning and paying for college.
- College Parents of America
College Parents of America is the only national membership association dedicated to advocating and to serving on behalf of current and future college parents. This site features helpful resources, timelines, newsletters and advice.
The ACT is a college entrance exam offered to students. On its website, parents can find materials to help prepare their children for the exam, as well as helpful articles regarding higher education.
This website includes helpful articles about the admissions and enrollment process to assist your child as they select their college.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
Provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor, this site allows you to research current job outlooks and employment opportunities for various occupations.
This website provides links to various information about financial aid including searching for scholarships, military aid, loans and calculating the cost of college.
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
This federal website is where students apply for financial aid and learn about government grants and available loans.
- New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC)
HESC is an organization through New York state that helps families with their financial aid process. It is also responsible for distributing Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) funds to New York state residents.
- FastWeb Scholarship Search
Students can research and apply for scholarships through FastWeb. The site boasts of having over 1.5 million available scholarship opportunities.
- Security On Campus, Inc.
Security On Campus, Inc. provides information on current safety regulations and tips on how to be safe on a college campus.
- Campus Security Data
Maintained by the U.S. government, this site can show you how safe your student’s future campus is. The site has listings of all security incidents on every college campus.
- National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA)
Provides extensive information and recommendations on federal student aid.