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Stay connected and join the Counselor Information Line to receive campus and admission updates. Join our Linkedin "Hawk Talk" and Facebook "Hawk Talk" pages to learn about the latest happenings, counselor events, and fun facts about SJU. You can also contact your admissions counselor directly: find your counselor here!
Individual Campus Visits
Individual Campus Visits are available upon request for counselors that cannot attend our events. You can contact your counselor to arrange your personalized visit.
Group Visits are for schools or organizations wishing to bring groups of 10 or more high school aged students. Counselors are welcome to schedule a visit on a Tuesday or Thursday. The visits are 90 minutes and take place at 11:30am–1:00pm. Each visit will consist of a Discover SJU presentation and a campus tour. We ask that requests are made at least three weeks in advance of your planned visit day.
Regional Counselor Receptions
Regional Counselor Receptions are events for counselors to learn about the University without leaving their hometown. If you are interested in attending future regional counselor receptions, please join our Counselor Information Line and you will receive information about receptions scheduled in your area.
Hawk Talk 2015 Fly-In
Hawk Talk 2015 Fly-In is for counselors outside of the Philadelphia metro area. Hawk Talk will provide you with the opportunity to network with fellow school counselors, SJU faculty members and current students, tour our 114-acre campus, learn more about our test optional admission and financial aid process, and stay in Center City Philadelphia! This year's Hawk Talk Fly-In will be held from Sunday, March 22 – Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
Rankings & Distinctions
- U.S. News & World Report’s consistently ranks Saint Joseph’s among “America’s Best Colleges.” In the Regional Universities/North category, SJU is #11.
- Saint Joseph’s is one of only 283 schools to have a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest American honor society for the arts and sciences.
94% percent of the graduating class of 2013 was either employed, pursuing graduate study or involved in a full-time volunteer program within six months of graduation.