Come support the 2013-14 Fighting Saints at CSJ Madness

It’s that time of year. CSJ Madness is set for 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, in the College of St. Joseph Athletic Center. Admission is free. CSJ Madness includes: An exhibition game featuring the AAU Rutland Bandits. Introduction of the … MORE

Lunch and a movie from Counseling Services

CSJ counseling Services will screen the film “Call me Crazy” for students in two parts from 12-12:45 on Monday Nov. 4 and Tuesday Nov. 5 in Tuttle Hall Theatre.  Pizza, quinoa salad, and drinks will be provided. Additionally, the film … MORE

Learn about CSJ and our Provider Scholarship

College of St. Joseph is furthering its mission and addressing national concern over the rising cost of higher education by offering 60 Provider Scholarships for fall 2014. The scholarship for full-time undergraduate students, worth more than $60,000 over four years, … MORE

Provider Scholars have already contributed more than 100 service hours

We are thrilled to announce that our Provider Scholars have already contributed more than 100 service hours in the community. Our students are placed at great area organizations, such as Community Cupboard, Vermont Achievement Center, Mill River Union High School, … MORE

CSJ named military Friendly School for 2014

  College of St. Joseph has again been named a military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs magazine. CSJ was recognized because the college actively seeks to streamline the enrollment process for veterans, offers personal academic advising and review of transcripts, … MORE

President Lloyd to serve on Vermont Campus Compact Board of Directors

College of St. Joseph President Rich Lloyd has been elected to serve on the Vermont Campus Compact Board of Directors. Vermont Campus Compact is a statewide consortium of 18 college and university presidents. Members work to strengthen communities and educate … MORE

Wood takes reins as women’s basketball coach

For new CSJ head women’s basketball coach Chris Wood, basketball runs in the family. Wood’s father was a long-time coach, who brought MSJ to a state championship, and his brother is currently the Rutland high school boys coach. And Woods … MORE

Mark Gagnon selected to co-present at VEOP conference

Mark Gagnon, associate dean of student services at College of St. Joseph, has been selected to co-present, along with Amanda Churchill, statewide director of the Youth Development Program, at the Vermont Educational Opportunity Program’s annual conference on Oct. 15. The … MORE

Dr. Hoisington has two papers accepted at conferences

Dr. W. David Hoisington’s paper, “Compassion Definition and the Inter-Subjective Experience” has been accepted for presentation at the “Psychology and the Other” conference in early October. David also has another paper, “Measuring Compassion: From Theory to Application,” accepted for presentation … MORE