Campus Life

You are more than a major.

 

At Saint Joseph's, you are part of a community is one that loves to come together, cheer each other on and build each other up. We're fiercely loyal to each other and our school, encouraging our friends to dive in, stand up, and do more.

 

You're a person with talents and passions.

We have over 90 organizations that support student’s academic, social, political, spiritual and athletic interests.

You could act in a professional production, have your artwork on display in one of our student galleries, or DJ for Radio 1851. You can write for our award-winning student newspaper, The Hawk, or join academic-focused groups like our chapter of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity, or the competitive Villiger Speech & Debate team.

 

You're a fan (and maybe an athlete).

We’re championship-winning Division I school with 20 teams in the Atlantic 10 and the Philadelphia Big 5, with a fan-base that bleeds crimson and gray.

For the less competitive or weekend-athlete, we have a number of club and intramural sports teams.

 

You're a change-maker.

We have more than 500 student volunteers who regularly serve our neighbors in Philadelphia; who fight for economic and social justice; and who choose to give up Spring Break to help our most vulnerable communities in Appalachia.

 

You're a community member.

Art. Culture. Business. Sports. When you come to Saint Joseph’s, you have access to all the opportunities of Philadelphia, the East Coast’s second largest city, while being living and studying on a sprawling 114-acre campus. You're new home is both a vibrant Philadelphia neighborhood and a Main Line suburb with sweeping green space and historic homes, just 15 minutes from Center City.

 

Life during college is meant to awaken your curiosity and inspire your interests, so take advantage of everything that happens on Hawk Hill.