CSJ has received a $2.2 million Title III grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
Dr. Lara Bowers will present at GMP’s College Connections this Tuesday, Oct. 6.
Students in the Provider Program have spent time at the Vermont Foodbank in recent weeks to fill food packs for the Foodbank’s BackPack Program.
The Drive to CSJ Grant allows students to save room and board costs over two years, all while the College helps cover the cost of the commute to campus!
Rev. Dr. Paula McGee visited College of St. Joseph last week to speak with student-athletes and scholars in the Provider Program.
Washington Monthly has named College of St. Joseph as a top 100 “Best Bang for the Buck” College in the Northeast region. Since its inception in 2011, the magazine’s annual list has independently ranked colleges from around the nation that … MORE
Vermont Student Assistant Corp. donated school supplies, gift cards, clothing, dishes and more to students in the College’s STEPS Program Sept. 2.
College of St. Joseph invites all alumni, students and their friends and family to this year’s Alumni & Family Weekend, held Sept. 12-13, 2015.
College of St. Joseph welcomes 75 new students for freshman and transfer orientation. Classes begin Monday, Aug. 24.
Maple Leaf Quilters Guild and the Community Guild of Mount Holly have made seven quilts for incoming STEPS students.