The Fighting Saints women’s basketball team was in action on Wednesday, Jan. 28 against NHTI. They won by a score of 69-59. Regina Steele led College of St. Joseph in scoring with 21 points. Chontayvia Kennedy added 15 points and 3 steals. The Saints … MORE
College of St. Joseph, in partnership with the Rutland County Women’s Network and Shelter, is celebrating the completion of a major community service project that renovated an apartment at the shelter. Throughout the fall semester, 35 scholars in the … MORE
College of St. Joseph has received accreditation to offer a Bachelor of Science, Radiologic Sciences Program, beginning in the fall 2015 semester.
CSJ is proud to announce that the Provider Scholars have contributed more than 5,000 service hours in the community.
Catherine Gemmiti has joined College of St. Joseph as founding program director for its planned Master of Medical Science Physician Assistant Studies (MMScPAS) Program. Upon accreditation, CSJ will offer the first PA program in Vermont in 2016. Gemmiti has extensive … MORE
Join us for the Freezing Finals 5K on the College of St. Joseph campus Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014, starting at the Clementwood Mansion on the CSJ campus. All proceeds from this 5k fun run or walk will support the renovation … MORE
College of St. Joseph English Instructor Marshall Highet will introduce her recently published young adult science fiction book, “Spare Parts,” with a book signing event from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.Wednesday, Dec. 17, at CSJ’s Clementwood Mansion. The signing will … MORE
Take a break from decking the halls and stop worrying about Santa bringing lumps of coal. College of St. Joseph will present Health for the Holidays!: Helping Make the Holidays More Restful than Stressful at noon Friday, Dec. 5, 2014, … MORE
Dr. Robert Walsh, assistant professor of Psychology and Human Services, at College of St. Joseph has recently been working to look into the effects of primary and secondary stress on workers in human services. Dr. Walsh has worked alongside colleagues … MORE
College of St. Joseph Criminal Justice students will conduct an instructive presentation around the OJ Simpson case at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 21, at the federal courthouse in Rutland. Students will utilize actual trial transcripts, news reports, coroners’ reports, etc. … MORE