Established in 1872, Saint Peter’s University is one of 28 Jesuit universities in the nation. Saint Peter’s is based in Jersey City, NJ, with a second location called Englewood Cliffs, and is home to four colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in over 50 academic programs. As a Catholic institution, Saint Peter’s celebrates weekday and Sunday mass at Saint Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s University Church. The university offers study abroad programs in places such as South Korea, Spain, and the Philippines, as well as a semester in Washington DC. Student groups such as the Junkyard Dogs and Students Against Violating the Earth, the University’s Sustainability Council, and the school’s own renewable wind power action plan have all contributed to the school being nationally recognized for its sustainability.
best thing about the school will always be the diversity of religion, culture and way of life. although it's a jesuit school, it accomodates everyone equally, matter fact, it has a muslim prayer space! i like the school but i detest the space area. but thinking about it, being that it's a school in a major city, they are a decent size.
Ifeoluwa from Short Hills, NJ
saint peter's college is a small campus whose main tagline is education. one student at a time. personally, i think that spc follows this tagline. the classes are small and the teachers generally care.