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46%

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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Required
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Recommended
Formal Demonstration of Competencies: Recommended
Recommendations: Recommended
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Rank: Recommended
Secondary School Record: Required
TOEFL: Recommended

Application Fees

$50
Undergrad Application Fee
$70
Graduate Application Fee

Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

Address:
8000 Utopia Pky Queens, NY 11439
Phone: (718) 990-6161
General Site: www.stjohns.edu
Admissions: http://www.stjohns.edu/admission
Application: https://www.stjohnsadmin.org/freshman/index.cfm?&isndsl
St. John's University
  • Located in Queens, NY
  • Private not-for-profit
  • 21,354 students enrolled
  • 46% admitted
  • $36,450 annual cost to attend

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Esther from New York, NY
  • Dec-22-2016 I am a current student here

    There an evident and large commuter population. Of all my friends, I only met 3 dormers. If you are not comfortable with the commuter population, then this school will not be right for you. Additionally, becoming a commuter myself, it is pretty hard to get involved. Everything takes place at night, but at that time I'm already home, so sometimes I can be missing a lot. Additionally, from my experience thus far, this school is much more oriented on pharmacy, physician assistant, law, and accounting. Other majors sort of fade into the background.

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  • Tim from NJ
  • Dec-21-2016 I am a current student here

    Get involved with activities that you enjoy most.

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  • amanda from new york cit, ny
  • Jul-19-2016 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    honestly just be yourself because it the best thing you can do in order to find new opportunities.

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  • stephen from lawrence, ny
  • Jun-27-2016 I am a current student here

    1. try to join an organization or club on campus รข?? and stick with it! you'll find that your experience at sju will be a lot more rewarding if you get involved around campus. it'll also allow you to make some valuable connections with other students and administrators. 2. connect with your professors. if they're working in the field related to your major, they can act as personal mentors and potentially aid you in finding internships, gigs, or jobs. it also helps to have someone you can consult when you need advice or when you need help with an assignment. 3. make the most of it! st. john's is pretty expensive. a lot of the people who dislike their college experience tend to head home immediately after classes or spend the majority of their time in their dorm rooms. get active on campus, use the facilities available to you, and remember to relax every now and then.

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  • Bayyinah from Jamaica, NY
  • Dec-29-2015 I am a current student here

    Have a plan for balancing academics and clubs. Look up your professors on ratemyprofessor and choose them ahead of time and schedule your classes on time with your preferred professors. Learn how to study for multiple subjects at once and be prepared to put in way more work than you did in high school. Don't be disappointed if your first semester grades aren't all A's.

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