Matthew DeGeorge ’10, a former biology major at SJU, began his journalism career writing for The Hawk student newspaper. This summer, DeGeorge found himself flying to Tokyo to cover the Olympic games for Swimming World Magazine. SJU News caught up with DeGeorge to talk about what got him to the Olympics and uncover any wisdom he had to share with aspiring journalists on Hawk Hill.
Outcomes & Success
Here at Saint Joseph’s University, we take pride in our Hawks' incredible achievements, both on and off-campus. Our students constantly strive to achieve and succeed, whether that is in their internships, graduate programs, student teaching opportunities or research.
Of our undergraduate Class of 2021 was employed, pursuing graduate study or in full-time volunteer programs within 6 months of graduation.
Of our undergraduate Class of 2021 participated in at least one semester-long experiential education program.
Of our undergraduate Class of 2021 found full-time employment through Career Development Center services and networking.
The average total starting salary of our undergraduate Class of 2021.
Where Our Students Land
The New York Times graphics and multimedia editor shares her journey from designing layouts for The Hawk newspaper to developing interactive stories in the newsroom.
St. Joe’s alumnus Brett Tiagwad ’12 started his own aerial photography business and donates a percentage of his profits to the addiction treatment center that saved his life.
Share Your Story
Did you have an impactful internship or co-op experience? Landed an awesome first job or got accepted into graduate or professional school? We want to hear about it! Tell us about your experience or recent accomplishments using the form below.