Student Life

Adult Student Life Office

Student Resources

Student Resources 

Resource Location Phone Email Website Notes
Counseling and Psychological Services A504 MERION GARDENS 610-660-1090
Career Development Center 101 MOORE HALL 610-660-3100 Call to schedule an appointment.
Student Health Center SOURIN HALL (First Floor) 610-660-1175 Students in need of emergency care when the Student Health Center is closed should call Security at 610-660-1111
Information Technology 610-660-2920 The Office of Information Technology will be a customer-focused advocate of technologies that facilitate and enrich the learning, teaching and research experiences of Saint Joseph's students and faculty. We will empower the professional and administrative staff to deliver effective, personal support services to all stakeholders of the University.
Writing Center 162 Merion Hall 610-660-1341 Sattelite Location: 1st Floor of Drexel Library behind Information Desk
Campus Ministry 610-660-1030 Visit the website for a liturgy and event schedule
Open Recreation  Full time students are free.  Part time cost is half of what it used to be before we made the change.

4 month single - $45               4 month family - $75

8 month single - $75               8 month family - $125

12 month single - $100           12 month family - $175

Copying and Printing Any printer on campus. All students at SJU (part time full time, adult, grad, undergrad, etc.) get 200 copies FREE per semester (Fall, Spring, Summer).


Program Website
Haub School Of Business - Graduate Business
Haub Degree Completion Program
College of Professional and Liberal Studies Undergraduate Program
College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Program
Office of Inclusion and Diversity
Office of Multicultural Life


Van Service from Hawks' Landing to Maguire Campus

As of February 28th, Public Safety is providing a twelve passenger van continuous loop-shuttle-service from the Hawks' Landing parking facility to the Maguire Campus area. This shuttle service will be provided for the remainder of the Spring semester, Mondays through Thursdays, from 4:00PM to 10:00PM. There is no listed schedule - just wait by the signs which are outside daily from 3:30 PM on, Monday through Thursday.

The van will be identified by a placard in the van window indicating that it is the MAGUIRE CAMPUS SHUTTLE. The van will pick-up in the driveway adjacent to the entrance of Hawks' Landing and will drop-off at the McShain Hall pedestrian path that connects the Merion Campus to the Maguire Campus. Signs will be posted where the van drops off and picks up.

If any individual person has a documented physical disability, he or she should contact Jim Scott (1774 - or Patricia Gregg (1041 - for accommodations.