A community to call home. With the shoreline of Sebago Lake, the White Mountains, the beautiful Maine coastline, and an average enrollment of nearly 2,000 students each year, Saint Joseph's offers a close-knit campus with (postcard-worthy) space to explore.
Attending St. Joe's allowed me to have personal level relationships with administrators. So to be able to interact with different levels within an organization has helped me exceed in my career.
Not only are we friends or family, we consider each other family. It's really important that we're not just friends, but we're there for each other on and off the field.
St. Joe's really is focused towards the student and where they're going to fit in the world.
I just find myself staring at the sunset over the lake and how they focused on sustainability. But I saw that and I just wanted to be there. I felt like I was already part of the community.
Sometimes it's not what you know, it's who you know, and here at St. Joe's, you're gonna get to know a lot of people. Not only currently on campus, we're going to be involved with you when you leave here. Our Alums are going to be involved. So it's not just a four year thing. We talk about this as a lifetime relationship.
We can all teach skills, but we also help people learn how to be professional and caring people and we're known for that.