University Communications & Marketing | 02/07/2024
Both the President's & Dean's Lists were announced on Wednesday, February 7, 2024. A total of 801 students were named; 222 to the President's List and 579 to the Dean's List.
SFU Occupational Therapy students and faculty hosted an open house on January 26, 2024 to share their new space, St. Margaret Hall, with the campus community. The department is planning an official open house in April (OT Month) for the public (and alumni!).
Marie Young, University Communications & Marketing | 01/26/2024
In 2022 SFU launched its Second Degree/Accelerated BSN to meet the demand of non-nurse college graduates who wanted to move towards a profession in nursing. Congratulations to the first class of graduates!
William W. Marshall, Penn Cambria School District | 01/26/2024
The Penn Cambria School District Superintendent shares the emotional "why" of how he brought an activity that showcases the power of unity and inclusion to his students by partnering with Saint Francis University's Rural Education Alliance for Leadership (REAL) Institute.
University Communications & Marketing | 01/25/2024
Saint Francis University's growing presence at the John Murtha Johnstown–Cambria County Airport was featured in a recent segment on WJAC.
University Communications & Marketing | 01/23/2024
An empty plastic Powerade bottle kicked off an unexpected journey for three Saint Francis University Biology/Pre-Medicine majors. Their quest for free filament to use in their personal 3-D printers has blossomed into something truly extraordinary.
The 2023 digital edition of Tapestries, the literary and visual arts magazine of Saint Francis University is available.
University Communications & Marketing | 01/09/2024
Join Dr. Amy Hudkins, Professor of Occupational Therapy, for a sneak peek of Saint Margaret Hall!
Bill Karabinos, 11th ACVVC Chaplain | 11/30/2023
The following announcement originally appeared in the membership newsletter of the 11th Armored Calvary’s Veterans of Vietnam and Cambodia. SFU is proud to partner with the organization on this new matching scholarship initiative. The author, Blandin ‘Bill’ Karabinos, is an SFU 1960 alumnus with a degree in philosophy. You can read his inspiring story here.