Admitted Students

Have you received your #redenvelope from Saint Joseph's University?

Congrats! You're ready to live greater. You have what it takes to become a Hawk, and we can't wait for you to join us. Here's a page that summarizes the next steps for you to make it happen.


Visit Our Campus

Congratulations on your admittance to SJU. We’ve set aside some special dates for admitted students to explore our campus in a few different ways.

See below for details. We hope to see you soon!

For Spring 2016 Admitted Students

Now that you’ve been admitted for the Spring 2016 Semester, we've set up a site specifically for you.

  • Arrange for a campus visit.
  • Pay your deposit.
  • Review your financial aid.

Make it Official
Deposit Now

To officially become a Hawk, your next step is to submit your deposit. This non-refundable fee will secure your place at Saint Joseph's University and will be applied toward your tuition bill.


Are you an adult student? We have special resources available for you. Please visit the Adult Learner Application Process page to learn more about applying.

Visit Our Campus

Come visit us on Hawk Hill to learn what it means to be a student at Saint Joseph’s University. 

Campus Tour

Learn what Saint Joseph's University has to offer you by attending our information session and campus tour. This session covers your next steps and gives you the perspective of current students on campus!



Self Guided Tour
Do you want to visit campus on your own? Download our self-guided tour which, includes a map of campus and a list of must-see locations.

Other Visit Resources
Here is a list of questions you might want to ask during your campus visit.
SJU has partnered with some local hotels in order to offer discount stays to our visitors.

Check out the 2015 hotel program and book your trip today.
Did you come for a tour and love your Hawk Host? Find out more about our Hawk Host tour guides here.

Inclement Weather / Cancellation Information
For emergency event cancellation information you can call the University's inclement weather hotline at (610) 660-3333. Updates will also be posted on the University Homepage.