You Belong @SFC
Meet some of the students and faculty who help make St. Francis College the Small College of Big Dreams
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.Nurses, financial analysts, future lawyers and teachers; these are the recent graduates and current students who make up the St. Francis college community.
Political Science / Minor in History
Alexander wanted to get off Staten Island for college, but he still wanted that small-town community atmosphere that he grew up with. St. Francis College fit the bill perfectly and helped him focus on his career dreams. Now, as President of the Student Government Association and with experience working with people in his community Alex has a strong desire to make a difference in people’s lives. He currently holds an internship at a law firm in downtown Brooklyn; supporting criminal defense attorneys from arraignment through trial and sentencing. His next stop is law school with a future goal of working in government.
Romello Rogers – Romello is a Sociology major from Brooklyn. Attending St. Francis was made possible by a generous scholarship and Romello works hard to show his appreciation and pay it forward. He is known around campus for the hours he spends helping his fellow students at events, and by working in various offices. It was a natural progression for him to become Vice President of the Student Government Organization. His ultimate goal is to become a guidance counselor or therapist and serve as a role model for the young people in his neighborhood.
Economics & Political Science
Political Science / Minor in Communication Arts
Math / Minor in Economics
Annais transferred to St. Francis College to take advantage of the small class sizes and affordability. At St. Francis she’s found the personal attention and community she wanted. A Math major with an Economics minor and a 4.0 GPA, Annais is also the school record holder in Women’s Track & Field for the 5k indoor and 10k outdoor events, and was a finalist for NEC Scholar Athlete of the Year. She plans to attend graduate school to earn a Master’s Degree in teaching, with a focus on secondary mathematics.
Dillon was part of the first class of undergraduate students to graduate from the four year Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. And like the vast majority of his classmates, he passed the NCLEX Nursing Certification Exam. He’s now working full-time as a nurse at New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. His classmates have gotten job across the city at hospitals and institutions including; NYU, Maimonides Medical Center, Visiting Nurse Services, and several others.
Psychology Professor Marisa T. Cohen takes a hands on approach to teaching, offering her students the opportunity to conduct research on their own and as part of the Self-Awareness and Bonding Lab, which she co-founded with Professor Karen Wilson.