|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Saint Joseph's University Students||11%||28%||51%||17%||2%||3%||2%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
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I appreciate that Saint Joseph's University is a top business school. You sort of have to find and pick clubs that interest you for example, a good some of the business majors made an investment club where you talk about stocks and can make friends and bond over sharing your stock portfolio. Some people may even help you get started if you are interested. It definitely is a small college but, one downside is that people already come into the school with friend groups but do not beat yourself up over that.
Be aware that the school is both city and suburban, sometimes if you are hungry after 8 pm. There are a good amount of food stores to buy stuff, delivery is best for this or hopefully, you brought a car to campus.
Saint Joseph’s University is a very well-rounded school and has an incredibly welcoming campus for all students.
Choose your major wisely but also know that you have time to change your major if you are not invested in it.
I have enjoyed my time so far and can't wait to continue!
The food is not great, but everything else is.
From the time I stepped on campus in the fall of 2019, I knew I had made the right choice. I have met people that will be friends for life and had teachers who have completely changed my outlook on certain subjects. Overall, the buildings are very nice and dining hall options are solid. Campion, the dining hall, has drastically improved since my freshmen year and I imagine that will continue.
Core class requirements- many classes teach things that I already knew/will not be useful in the future.
I liked the laid back atmosphere.
I did not like the food and living there because the dorms were old and dirty.