St. John's University is a metropolitan university based in New York City, with campuses in Queens and Manhattan, along with international campuses and locations in Rome, Italy Paris, France and Limerick, Ireland.
The university's Catholic and Vincentian heritage aim to help students succeed in their chosen field of study, but also as valuable members of society who make service a priority. One of the university's core values is respect, defined as ''a courteous regard for all people whose diversity is embraced and shared in learning, teaching, and service to others within the university community and beyond.''
There are more than 100 undergraduate programs and more than 65 graduate degrees, all of which are led by expert faculty and taught in state-of-the-art facilities. The university also has a strong network of 195,000+ alumni.
Extensive support services help students adjust to university life. All St. John's University students are given the opportunity to earn a degree, develop other core skills, and graduate with a bright future.
International students are welcomed at St. John's. Robust programs help them adjust to life in the US and prosper in their chosen field.