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St. John’s University admissions are competitive as can be seen from its acceptance rate of 68%. In the 2015 academic year, the university accepted 23428 of its 36105 applicants. Out of these 3253 applicants enrolled.
The average GPA recorded for freshmen is 3.5. Admissions through SAT scores are competitive at an average score of 1158. At 26 the average ACT scores are moderately competitive.
|Application Portal||Common Application/ St. John.s Application|
|Average SAT score||1158|
|Average ACT score||26|
|Tuition (Annual)||29040 USD|
|Application Portal||Online Application|
|Application Fee||70 USD|
|Tuition (per credit hour)||1215 USD|
|Early Decision||November 15|
|Early Action||December 1|
|Regular Decision||February 1|
|FAFSA Priority Deadline||December 15|
|Application Deadlines||Varies for Different Courses|
The first resource to contact whenever assistance or information is needed by international applicants during their stay in St. John’s University is the International Student and Scholar Services Office (ISSSO). They are always available to help.
Following are the St. John’s University admission requirements for international applicants:
International applicants from non-English-speaking countries are required to demonstrate English language proficiency.
Undergraduate Admission Programs are the body regulating the St. John’s admissions for undergraduates. Applicants may direct their doubts and queries to them regarding their application procedure.
Following are the requirements for undergraduates:
Transfer Applicants: Transfer Student Services is the governing body for transfer admissions.
The completed application must have:
Application Portal: Common online application portal for all graduate courses offered by St. John’s University
Application Deadline: Students are advised to check with their desired programs for definite deadlines
Application fee: 70 USD
|MBA||Official GMAT or GRE scores,|
taken within the last five years;
|M.S. Computer Science||3.0 in a bachelor’s degree; Course requirements: Programming I and II, Algorithms and Data Structures,|
Calculus, Discrete Mathematics or discretion of division;
GRE scores in verbal reasoning,
quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing within 5 years of application
|M.S. Data Science||A baccalaureate degree with a 3.0 (based on a 4.0 scale) cumulative undergraduate GPA, and a 3.0 in their major field of study; GRE scores;|
Course work requirements: Calculus, Probability, and Statistics;
|M.S. Biology||A bachelor’s degree with an overall cumulative index of 3.0 and a 3.0 or higher average in biological sciences;|
GRE scores; Additional Requirements**
*Statement of professional goals; resume; 2 letters of recommendation
**Two letters of recommendation
Supporting documents may include:
The university accepts international students from around the globe and tries its best to provide them with a meaningful and comfortable stay. The International Student and Scholar Services Office assists international students and scholars with every aspect of life and learning in the US, whether it is applying for a US visa or a New York State driver’s license, or getting an I-20 or DS-2019.
The office’s mission is to facilitate compliance with federal regulations that govern the immigration status of international students and scholars at St. John’s University and enhance their experience in the United States.