located over a 30-acre lakeside campus in Patchogue, Long Island
, "The Teaching College" prepares undergrads to become "Future Teachers of America." "St. Joe's," as it is affectionately referred to by current students, offers students a great education at relatively low cost (70% of students recieve some form of financial aid/scholarship!)
St. Joe's is also known for its comprehensive business major and related concentrations, and offers a full range of other majors and programs besides teaching and business.
For the fifth year in a row, the 2007 ranking of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report named St. Joseph's College to the top tier of the "Northern Comprehensive Colleges – Bachelor’s" category.
St. Joseph's has two campuses, one on Long Island (Suffolk County
)and the other in Brooklyn
. Even though the L.I. campus is mostly a commuter school, don't let that fool you.
Lasting friendships ensue due to a strong sense of community on campus: student government, campus activities board, dozens of clubs and greek life opprotunities await!
Oh--and most of the parties are pretty sick.
I've met so many awesome people while going to school at St. Joseph's College, if only they could fix that web registration!