An author and "unintentional" entrepreneur, Kristen launched Student Maid, a cleaning company that employs primarily students, while attending college in 2007.
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.
For college students to succeed in our modern economy, there is no substitute for hands-on experience. SFC Innovate, a new office dedicated to enhancing co-curricular experiences and career exploration opens this month at Industry City. The office, a partnership between St. Francis College and Ikove Venture Partners, gives St. Francis College students the opportunity to intern with startup companies and network with the hundreds of companies based in Industry City.
St. Francis College is proud to announce that prospective students, freshmen and transfers, now have another option when applying to become a Terrier, using the Common App.
With a special 50th Anniversary class gift of more than $110,000 from his classmates, St. Francis College raised almost half a million dollars at the Brendan J. Dugan '68 Memorial Meadow Brook Club Golf Outing on June 19, 2018.
The American Dream says that anyone with drive and determination can achieve success. But is that true for all Americans? Was it ever the case, or just a myth? Dean Kathleen Gray of St. Francis College created The Neighborhood Game as a way for participants to explore ideas on race and inequality in America.