Over 40 majors in undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs.
Saint Joseph’s offers a personalized education geared toward your future.
Our campus is a resource for our neighbors, including pool use and cultural events.
A rich tradition in Catholic education for more than a hundred years.
Residence hall life encourages student growth beyond the classroom.
Engage with your student body as a voice of the community.
Student clubs provide opportunities for you to apply your passions.
On campus and off, check out these exciting events.
Ten weeks immersed in science traveling from Nova Scotia to the White Mountains to the coast of Maine.
Immerse yourself in the Spanish culture and language and earn credit towards your degree!
Travel to the southwest to study sand dune deposits. Hike the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.
Our Health Services Office provides walk-in and preventative care to students.
The Counseling Center provides services for full- and part-time students.
We are an authorized provider of the American Red Cross and offer many classes to the community.
We take the health and wellness of our students and staff seriously, offering many programs to help everyone get healthy.
Dive right in and participate in the College’s various aquatic programs, such as open swim times, children’s lessons, and lifeguard training courses.
Creating delicious dishes and homemade treats using only the freshest, most wholesome ingredients.
Attend Mass on campus or visit local places of worship for all faith traditions.
Prepare for and celebrate the Sacrament for Confirmation by joining our Confirmation process.
Connect with others and engage in community in a common quest for meaning.
Saint Joseph’s overlooks Sebago Lake, Maine’s second-largest lake. A panoramic view of the White Mountains is available from our beach.
When our dining services cater an event, all meals are prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients.
Accommodations available in both traditional and suite rooms to best fit your needs.
Public Safety officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.