If you’re thinking about applying for graduate school, you probably have a lot of questions: Will I be able to take classes while I’m working? How am I going to pay for my degree? Is it worth the time and energy? Come to SJU Graduate Open House, and we’ll help you find the answers you’re looking for! Here are seven reasons you should attend:Read More
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With the fall semester coming to a close, it’s time for a much-needed break! The next month is a great opportunity to relax and recharge in preparation for the spring semester. During your break from classes, why not get a head start preparing for next semester and get your textbooks? The school bookstore always has some great deals, especially if you’re looking to buy or rent used books. However, there are a lot of options out there to get textbooks at huge discounts, if you don’t mind a little investigating. Whether you’re buying books, renting books, or even selling your old books, these websites are sure to find you the best deal:Read More
Elizabeth Anzevino is a current graduate student in the Special Education five-year teacher-scholar program, designed for recent undergraduates to earn a Master’s degree through combined online and face-to-face course work and clinical experience in local schools. Liz earned her B.S. in Education from Saint Joseph's University in May 2015. She is expected to graduate in May 2016 with her M.S. in Education.Read More
We understand that life as a graduate student can be hectic. Balancing work and school, as well as keeping your finances in order, definitely requires a lot of effort. So this holiday season, we want to make things a little easier for you!Read More
Ellen is a current student in the M.S. Organization Development & Leadership (ODL) program, with an Adult Learning & Training concentration. She expects to graduate from the program in May 2016. As an undergraduate, Ellen attended West Chester University, where she received her degree in Communications.Read More
Every year, we follow up with our Writing Studies graduates to find out how they are using their skills from our M.A. program to further their careers. Below you can read about some career options that our students have pursued, from editing to writing for businesses to teaching classes and writing grants. If you’re a current student, consider exploring a position in one of these areas!Read More
Dan is a current student in the M.S. Psychology program. He expects to graduate from the program in May 2016. As an undergraduate, Dan attended Houghton College in Houghton, NY, where he received his B.A. in Psychology, with concentrations in Cognitive and Social Psychology.Read More
Dr. Kuykendall instructs graduate students in the Health Administration, Health Education, and joint Health Education-Administration programs. Her main area of expertise is the evaluation of public health programs, with specialization in family violence prevention and youth violence prevention. She has also worked as a critical care nurse, which provided her with expertise about many acute and chronic health problems. She has been teaching at Saint Joseph’s University for fourteen years, with eleven years as a tenure-track/tenured professor.
Looking for unique and fun things to do in Philadelphia this fall? The Graduate Review has got you covered! Our Fall 2015 Event Guide has something for everyone – including traditional autumn activities like apple picking, some haunted attractions in a cemetery and prison, and Philadelphia festivals featuring delicious food and great entertainment. Some of the attractions even offer discounts with your student ID! Many of them are open year-round, with special events occurring throughout the fall season. Here are our picks for Fall 2015:Read More
Vanessa is a current student in the M.A. Writing Studies program. She is expected to graduate from the program in May 2016. She is also a 2013 graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, where she focused her undergraduate studies on English and Italian.