White picket fences surround fields dotted with horses. The animals gallop through the patches of mud and grass. Watching them glide across the pasture feels almost as free as the horses themselves. Never would you expect to be outside the classroom like this in college, but at SJC it’s quite common because of 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.
Dawnland is the untold story of indigenous child removal in the United States through the nation's first-ever government-endorsed truth and reconciliation commission, which investigated the devastating impact of Maine’s child welfare practices on the Wabanaki people.
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.
Barbara Plaugher 84 has embodied the Core Values of Saint Joseph’s College by providing humanitarian aid to some of the poorest families across the globe through twenty volunteer service trips. She recounted these experiences in a beautiful memoir published in 2016 called Perseverance: Missions to the World.
Children’s singer-songwriter Rick Charette and his Bubble Gum Band return to Saint Joseph’s College of Maine's Standish campus on Sunday, December 2nd, at 2:30 p.m. for the 28th Annual Holiday Benefit Concert. The public is invited to join the College community for this family-friendly afternoon of music taking place in Pearson’s Café in Mercy Hall.
With $299,884 grant funding from the Department of Justice, Saint Joseph’s College invests in preventative strategies to create a safe and inclusive community.
The Saint Joseph's College Counseling Center launched a movement to emphasize the importance of respect and civility called Stand Up 2 H8, or NOH8 for short.
Elementary Education major Gabriella Latini ’19 interned over the summer at the Stone Barn focusing on wedding planning.