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St. John's is a private, Catholic graduate school in Queens, New York in the New York City Area. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 4,579 graduate students. Of the 52 graduate programs offered at St. John's University - New York, 11 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at St. John's University - New York are Pharmacy Studies, Law, and Accounting. 41% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.

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8 reviews
This is a very expensive small private university. However, there is a lot that they offer because of that. There are many events throughout the year such as, carnivals, fireworks, winter ice skating, coffee nights, countless free food events, free vendors from well known places, etc. The campus itself is very nice and beautifully designed with flowers, seasonal decorations, modern buildings and technology, and more. I love my campus and I enjoy being there. However, certain professors are out there to ruin your GPA or some are very lazy. I think academically, this school does not line up with its other commodities.
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The school does not support its grad students. There is very little funding and most of it goes to people working on their masters degrees. The faculty do not help you focus on jobs outside academia, though they are producing quality research.
It is a little bit harder for me to tell you about the everyday experiences of a college student. This is because I was a Student Athlete participating on the baseball team. You don't have the same experiences as others do due to your jam packed schedule. I was in Tobin, the business school, and the professor were great. most brought real life experience into the classroom. Giving you a little insight into what the business world will be like when you graduate.