Dear Members of the Saint Joseph’s College Community, Three years ago, in my Call to Action Against Racism, I announced that “it is time that we undertake serious and meaningful action to begin undoing structural racism and its presence within – and impact on – our community.” Several initiatives, programs, and processes followed, including the [...]
Request from Maine Higher Education Institutions to Co-sponsor and Support the Dream Act of 2021, or to Include Dreamer Relief in the Budget Reconciliation Package
Gerald E. Talbot, will be awarded a Honorary Doctorate of Public Service in recognition of her service to society at Commencement on May 8, 2021. Throughout his life, Mr. Talbot has served Maine and his community as an activist and a leader. As the first president of the Portland chapter of the NAACP, he led the passage of the Maine Fair Housing Bill.
Sr. Patricia McDermott, RSM to Receive Honorary Doctorate of Public Service at the 2021 Commencement Exercises
Sr. Patricia McDermott, RSM, will be awarded a Honorary Doctorate of Public Service in recognition of her service to society: for her role as an educator, and later in her role as an administrator.
Thank you for helping us raise more than $138,000 during this year's Giving Day.
This week, we begin rolling out our new college brand to the world, ushering in a new way to communicate the role that Saint Joe’s has been fulfilling for over a century: as the place where community grows.
We write to update you on the latest COVID-19 outbreak that has been identified on campus.
Being farther apart this year reminds us of the importance of community and invites us to recommit to the essential work of growing that community.
IIA to launch tele-social program to combat social isolation
The College has named Donato Tramuto, an author, social justice activist, corporate leader and philanthropist, as the college’s first Honorary Scholar-in -Residence.