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Saint Peter’s University is excited to welcome prospective students to join our community. Whether you are a high school student, graduate student, or someone transferring or returning to college, Saint Peter’s University wants to make the application process as simple as possible.
Saint Peter’s University students get to experience the best of Jersey City and New York – two of the world’s most amazing, energetic, and sophisticated cities. SmartAsset recently rated Jersey City as the most livable city in the United States. Jersey City residents have an advantage in landing better jobs and earning higher incomes due to their proximity to Manhattan, but pay considerably less for housing than their neighbors in NYC!
Saint Peter's University is one of the few universities that has NGO (non-governmental organization) status at the United Nations. Participate in actual UN briefings and workshops, get access to exclusive internship opportunities and more.
Saint Peter’s University main campus comprises nearly 25 acres in the heart of Jersey City, the second largest city in New Jersey. The campus is easily accessible by car or public transportation as it is minutes from the Journal Square PATH train (via campus shuttle, city bus, taxi, or walking).
Directions to Saint Peter’s University – Mac Mahon Student Center47 Glenwood Ave, Jersey City NJ -07306. From NJ Turnpike Exit 14C/Columbus Drive/Jersey City. Proceed through the light at the foot of the exit ramp (crossing Montgomery street). At the fork bear left to make the U-turn and get into the far right lane to turn right onto Montgomery Street at the light.
Saint Peter's University is a private institution that was founded in 1872. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,134 (fall 2021), its setting is urban, and the campus size is 25 acres.