When you choose a college, you’re also choosing a community.
Our campus, affectionately known as Hawk Hill, is home to an active community of students and faculty who share your values, passions and boundless curiosity.
Student Clubs & Organizations
Around 22 percent of Saint Joseph’s undergrads belong to one of three fraternities or eight sororities. More than just a social network, our Greek community is focused on networking, service and community building.
Our student-run radio station invites students to play DJ, spinning tunes from multiple genres; host their own show; and learn the fundamentals of audio production.
SJU Theatre Company
SJU Theatre Company has been performing for local audiences for more than 80 years. In addition to the chance to take the stage at Bluett Theatre, our 440-seat venue, members get notes and advice and insight from professional guest artists.
'The Hawk' newspaper
Want to sharpen your writing skills and gain marketable experience working as a journalist? Our award-winning student newspaper covers the latest Saint Joseph’s news and offers commentary on major happenings in Philly and around the world.
Delta Sigma Pi
One of the first national co-ed business fraternities, Delta Sigma Pi focuses on the intersection of industry innovation and social change.
Steps From the City
We're located in Philadelphia, and downtown, with its vast cultural and professional opportunities, is a short train ride from campus. Whether you’re interning at a high-profile company, catching a show at the famed Walnut Street Theatre or chowing down at Reading Terminal Market, exploring the city is a favorite pastime of many Hawks.
“SJU did an amazing job of giving me the opportunities to succeed after college. Whether that be through experience with clubs, opportunities to network or just by having a staff which is engaged and willing to help.”
Mitchell McIlhenny '18
food marketing major
Nourish your faith, develop your leadership skills and explore immersive experiences when you take part in our Campus Ministry. We welcome students of every religion to join in on our transformative programming, from community service projects to spiritual retreats, and encourage students to practice the Jesuit principle of “proximity” — being close to and deeply engaged in the communities we serve