Today, Saint Joseph’s College of Maine announced that its president of more than a decade, Dr. James Dlugos, will retire at the end of the current academic and fiscal year.
The appearance of the monkeypox virus in Maine is an opportunity for the Pandemic Response Team to keep our community informed and educated about this new public health challenge. Like COVID-19 before it, this is another moment that can help us reaffirm our commitment to the spirit of community that is so strong within all of [...]
A few days before Welcome Weekend, the College is seeing a rise in cases of COVID-19 - a trend that we have expected as students, faculty, and staff are returning to campus from their homes and summer vacations. SJC currently has 16 positive cases across our community, including a segment of our Resident Advisor group. [...]
We're getting into the swing of summer here on campus, and we're passing along the latest COVID-19 guidance for your continued health and safety. Please read the following carefully, and enjoy these warm months while they last! The SJC Pandemic Response Team Welcome Back to Sebago! We are excited to welcome our neighbors in the [...]
COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements Saint Joseph’s College of Maine prioritizes the health and safety of our entire community - students, faculty, and staff. All members of our community, including any residential or commuter student without a medical exemption, are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. What does fully vaccinated mean? Two Moderna or Pfizer vaccine [...]
Happy May, Saint Joseph's College of Maine! Trees are budding. Flowers are opening. Monks are winning. Yes, it's May in Maine - and it's wonderful. Everyone at SJC is ready to celebrate our smart, resilient, wonderful class of 2022. A successful commencement means that our students must be healthy for their big day, and our [...]
Just a quick note to let you know that our Health and Wellness Center now has Pfizer vaccine boosters available for all community members eligible for their second COVID booster shot (the fourth shot overall). This population currently includes anyone 50 years or older, and people who are immunocompromised. The eligible age range may expand [...]
Jennifer Sherwood, Director of Clinical Radiology at Maine Medical Center, will earn her Master of Health Administration through the College's online program.
Lauren is a commuter student from New Gloucester, Maine, and will graduate summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.
The Pandemic Response Team met this week to discuss our classroom mask policy. The result: the College will make masking in classrooms optional, and up to the discretion of individual faculty. This step will be in effect immediately. Please take note of the discretionary nature of this new guideline. Some faculty will prefer to maintain [...]