Your Journey towards Graduation
Being an online student at Saint Joseph’s University doesn’t mean you will be on your own. Find out about the many different types of support services available to you from admissions to graduation and beyond.
Speak with a dedicated program manager about your personal and professional goals to find out how online education can help make them a reality. As you work towards your next step, he or she will be there for guidance and support.
We’ll help you manage each step of the application process, ensuring that you submit all of the required information on time.
If you are accepted into the program, continue on the path to see your next step.
Many students require some form of financial aid to help them pay for their education. Staff members in our Financial Services department can help you identify and sort through the options you may qualify for.
We know you have questions about how this whole online learning thing works. Don’t worry; we’ve got the answers. During the online orientation, we’ll take you through what you need to know, step by step.
Get excited! And remember: as an online student, you may be studying on your own, but we’re just a click away when you need help or support.
Our Student Services Center is here to support and assist you throughout your time as a student. They can help you with information regarding employer tuition reimbursement, military programs and how to access your billing information online.
Find out about job opportunities, polish that resume, and research potential employers.
Services that are available throughout your journey include:
Personal Support Center
Open 24 hours 7 days a week, the help desk can help with technical support and questions you may have about the online learning environment.
You can access resources or ask our librarians a question through our online library services.
Saint Joseph’s faculty members make themselves available if you have a question about your coursework or need help with an assignment.
Which all leads to Graduation!
Congratulations and remember, graduation is just the beginning of your journey toward greater fulfillment and professional achievements.