Imploring the graduates to 'Stand up and yell," WNBC 4 New York Anchor and Reporter David Ushery commended the Class of 2018 for overcoming obstacles and doing the work necessary to reach Spring Commencement on May 17 at the Ford Amphitheater in Coney Island.
Learn From Published Authors, International Artists, and Experts
Speaking Spanish is an integral skill in New York City to succeed in a variety of fields. At St. Francis College, you will learn from the best.
Our professors are published authors, internationally acclaimed artists, and have appeared as experts on TV and in other media on topics ranging from the Latino vote to the Papal visit to Cuba.
Spanish majors at St. Francis College are introduced to the Spanish-speaking world from global and multi-cultural perspectives. Students are expected to have command of the Spanish language and to understand the culture or cultures the language reflects.
A major in Spanish prepares students for various career opportunities in the fields of:
- mass media communication,
- science and technology, and
- global economy.
Leading by example, Valerie Kaufmann '18 will share her successes and hopes to make the world a better place when she delivers her Valedictory Address on Thursday, May 17 at the Ford Amphitheater on the Coney Island Boardwalk at 12:00pm.
Professor Emeritus Francis J. Greene returned to St. Francis College April 23, 2018 to deliver the lecture "St. Francis of Assisi: Sacred Art of the Italian Renaissance and Baroque Eras."
Without the courage of a German captain who hated the Nazis, Sonja Maier Geismar and hundreds of other Jews fleeing Germany on the ill-fated voyage of the St. Louis would never have survived to tell their tale of escape from the Holocaust.
With more than 30 films from almost 10 countries and a series of panels with award winning filmmakers, the 3rd Annual SFC Women's Film Festival offered an amazing resource for St. Francis College students to meet, question, and learn about the craft of making movies.
They come from New York City and around the world; St. Francis College students and faculty who work together for the common goal of improving themselves and the world around them.