The College has named Donato Tramuto, an author, social justice activist, corporate leader and philanthropist, as the college’s first Honorary Scholar-in -Residence.
The College's first Honorary Scholar-in-Residence is Donato Tramuto.
Core values at work: read about April's experience in Uganda over break.
Read about Kelly's incredible volunteering experience in Guatemala over break.
Help our students make a difference in the women and infants in Uganda
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine Recognized by Tivity Health for Contributions to Reduce Social Isolation and Improve the Health of Older Adults
Tivity Health®, recognized Saint Joseph’s at the 2019 Connectivity Summit on Rural Aging for extensive work to promote healthier aging and social connectivity for older adults.
At SJC it’s quite common for learning to be done outside the classroom through community based learning (CBL). CBL engages students in problem-solving experiences within their school and community.
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine celebrated the annual Portland Pride Festival, as students, alumni, and faculty took to the streets of downtown Portland to march in this year’s Pride Parade.
Sister Karen Schneider RSM, MD, MPH will receive an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters during the Saint Joseph’s College Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine Hosts AmeriCorps Program that Played Key Role in Providing Relief from Heating Fuel Costs
Saint Joseph’s College students, faculty, and staff coordinated with several community organizations and volunteered to build 172 insulating window inserts for nineteen qualifying families in Windham, Standish, Casco, New Gloucester, Westbrook, and Raymond, Maine.