One of 36 recent graduates to begin their journeys in full-time service, Dan Soucy ’18 has received a William J. Clinton Fellowship to serve in India. But Soucy is no stranger to the region, the work and the language.
The assignment was simple: Student groups must create a project that will counter health issues found in third-world countries. Now, the Institute of Clinical Bioethics (ICB) at Saint Joseph’s University is bringing their design to a refugee camp in Chad.
Court Simmons ’18 won’t walk across the commencement stage with the rest of the Class of 2018 on Saturday, May 19. The interdisciplinary health services major, who completed studies in December 2017, says it’s simple: “I’m not done yet.”
The demands of being a Division I athlete might discourage many students from devoting their time to other activities, but that didn’t hold back Lincoln Park, New Jersey, native Christopher Blewitt ’18 from getting involved.
A nine-percentage-point improvement in the acceptance rate since 2014 headlines early Class of 2022 enrollment returns, indicating strength in the academic quality of the incoming freshman class. Additionally, SJU is poised to enroll the largest percentage of students of color and Pell Grant-eligible recipients in its recent history.
In April, the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV) at Saint Joseph’s University graduated its third cohort of students. The program included lectures, seminars and breakout sessions led by successful business owners, entrepreneurs and faculty members from the Haub School of Business.