The American revolution started in Philadelphia, which is one of the reasons why the Jesuits chose to build our University here. It’s a city of great beginnings, big ambitions and life-changing opportunities.
Saint Joseph’s University spans two beautiful Philadelphia locations. Our 125-acre Hawk Hill campus and 24-acre University City campus offer students the best of both worlds: a historic Main Line suburb and a vibrant Philadelphia neighborhood just west of Center City. Here, you have easy access to all of the endless opportunities the nation’s sixth largest city has to offer.
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City of Revolutionary Spirit
We want students to thrive in all aspects of life and be immersed in the community around them. The relationship between Philadelphia and Saint Joseph’s has allowed many students to discover new passions, meet an incredible network of people and gain a competitive advantage. Philadelphia is the perfect global starter for college students and young professionals.
Saint Joseph’s has built strong institutional and faculty relationships with other leading Philadelphia businesses across a wide range of industries and organizations. With our University City campus centrally located just west of Center City and our Hawk Hill campus only a 15-minute train ride from downtown, you’ll be in close proximity to a wide range of companies offering co-op and internship opportunities.
Campus of Opportunities
There are a wide range of partnerships and experiential learning opportunities available on our campuses — like the Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support, the renowned Barnes Arboretum at Saint Joseph's University, the pro-bono PT clinic on our University City campus or the local biotech startup that found a home on Hawk Hill.
We’re confident our location is bound to provide something for everybody.
See Saint Joseph’s For Yourself
Explore our unique campuses that are a mix of city and suburbs and find out what life is like at Saint Joseph’s. You can see it for yourself in a small-group tour, a hybrid virtual tour or from the comfort of your home with our virtual tour and interactive campus maps.