John Sexton, Ph.D., President Emeritus of New York University, will address the St. Francis College community on April 26th, as keynote speaker at the Charter Day convocation, the college's annual ceremony to present students, faculty, staff and community partners with awards and scholarships reflecting their achievements over the past year.
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 some the best educators in their fields.
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,
- global economy
Concerts at Half Past Twelve wraps up its spring season with Compositions from Beethoven to Debussy and Poulenc, a performance by renowned pianists Zelma Bodzin and Marioara Trifan playing compositions together on one piano.
Renowned American playwright Dominique Morisseau, recipient of a 2018 MacArthur Foundation "Genius Grant," told a rapt St. Francis College audience that successful writers should always think of themselves first as storytellers who are in service to their work.