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St. John’s University is a private Catholic university in Queens, New York City. It was founded in 1870 by the Congregation of the Mission (C.M., the Vincentian Fathers) with a mission to provide the youth of New York with a Catholic university education. Originally located in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, the flagship campus was moved to its current location in the Queens borough during the 1950s.[5] St. John’s has an additional New York City campus in Manhattan. The university’s Staten Island campus closed in May of 2024.Additionally, the university has international campuses located in Rome, Italy, Paris, France, and Limerick, Ireland.

St. John’s is organized into five undergraduate schools and six graduate schools offering more than 100 bachelor, master, and doctoral degree programs as well as professional certificates. In 2019, the university had 17,088 undergraduate and 4,633 graduate students. The student body represents 46 states, District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, and 119 countries. As of 2020, St. John’s alumni total more than 190,000 worldwide.
St. John’s Vincentian values stem from the ideals and works of St Vincent de Paul (1581–1660), who is the patron saint of Christian charity. Following the Vincentian tradition, the university seeks to provide an education that encourages greater involvement in social justice, charity, and service. The Vincentian Center for Church and Society, located on the university’s Queens campus serves as “a clearinghouse for and developer of Vincentian information, poverty research, social justice resources, and as an academic/cultural programming center”.
Seal of St. John’s University, set in the floor of a campus building
One of the gates on the Queens campus
The St. John’s University Seal bears one phrase in Latin and one in Greek. The Latin phrases “Sigillum Universitatis Sti Joannis Neo Eboraci” translates in English to “Seal of St. John’s University, New York”. The Greek phrase translates to “A lamp, burning, and shining”, a reference to the way Jesus describes St. John the Baptist in John 5:35. The University Crest bears the Latin phrase “Educatio Christiana Animae Perfectio”, which translates to “A Christian education perfects the soul”.

As a Catholic school run by the Vincentians, clergy can be found in positions within the administration, faculty, and spiritual staff. Crosses adorn many rooms and buildings throughout the campus and the university maintains close ties to the Catholic Church.