Spring Series Brings Together Students and Senior Citizens on Challenging Topics
The Future of the Planet is in Your Hands
At the crossroads between science and liberal arts, minoring in Environmental Studies will help you understand the world we live in from a wide perspective.
Will you help make the world a better place?
Course in this minor give you an understanding of the science behind the challenges we face, teach you how to solve these problems from a practical, business-oriented point of view, and offer a moral and philosophical view to better understand the impact of the decisions we make.
The Environmental Studies Minor is a multidisciplinary minor designed to provide students with a broad understanding of the relationship between the environment and society from different perspectives. Its primary objective is to give students an appreciation and understanding of current environmental issues, policies and challenges. At 15 credits, it fits into the free electives for most majors, from the business to the liberal arts to the sciences.
Environmental Empathies will be on display from February 6th to March 28th in the Callahan Center Art Gallery.
Sixty-two graduates from the St. Francis College Class of 2019 will be joined by family and friends for the College's winter 2019 commencement ceremony at the St. Charles Borromeo Church in Brooklyn on Tuesday, January 22 at 4 p.m. A Baccalaureate Mass will be held at 3 p.m. before the commencement ceremony begins.
Reaffirming its commitment to an affordable private education, St. Francis College will not increase tuition for the 2019-20 academic year.
Submissions are now open online for the 2019 festival, which runs from April 4-6, 2019 and will screen films in seven different categories including female student and non-student Narrative Shorts, Documentary Shorts, Animated Shorts, Virtual Reality/Immersive, Experimental, and Youth Shorts.
An author and "unintentional" entrepreneur, Kristen launched Student Maid, a cleaning company that employs primarily students, while attending college in 2007.