Maple Leaf Quilters Guild and the Community Guild of Mount Holly have made seven quilts for incoming STEPS students.
College of St. Joseph’s Class of 2019 will arrive on campus Aug. 20, while the rest of campus joins them Aug. 23.
College of St. Joseph will add a Public Safety Administration major to its growing list of undergraduate offerings beginning this year. This 127-credit, career-focused degree program will provide students with knowledge on the nature and causes of personal and property … MORE
College of St. Joseph will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit Nov. 8-11, 2015, by a team representing the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The Commission on Institutions of Higher Education … MORE
College of St. Joseph is continuing to expand its healthcare offerings with the addition of Vermont’s only Sonography program, beginning in the fall 2016 semester. Sonographers are highly skilled clinicians who perform ultrasound studies. Sonographers may find employment in hospitals, … MORE
College of St. Joseph is welcoming adult learners with the September 2015 launch of Pro-C.E.E.D. at CSJ©
College of St. Joseph’s Dr. Jonas Prida has been invited to speak at this year’s Robert E. Howard Days. The two-day event is held annually in Cross Plains, Texas and celebrates the life and writings of author Robert E. Howard, … MORE
NEASC has approved College of St. Joseph’s proposal to proceed with PA Program development.
College of St. Joseph’s Food Service Director Muffie Harvey is preparing to hoof-it across Vermont once again as she and her new horse, Joe, raise money for breast cancer research with “Ride for a Cure.” Her journey will begin sometime … MORE
College of St. Joseph was honored to grant degrees to 72 graduates at the College’s 56th commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 17. CSJ President Dr. Richard Lloyd conferred degrees upon the graduates. Academic Dean Dr. David Balfour led the processional, … MORE