Back to School 2017

St. Francis College The Small College of Big Dreams

Founded more than 150 years ago by the Franciscan Brothers, the mission of St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights has always been to help young people achieve their life dreams of personal and professional success by making a quality college education more affordable.

Generations of St. Francis College graduates have gone on to achieve great success as leaders in business, finance, education, public service, health care and more. As alumni, they remain actively involved with the college by providing mentoring and internships to the next generation of dreamers. That’s the St. Francis way.

Value-Added Approach

As one of the most affordable private colleges in the region with an exceptionally generous financial aid program, St. Francis College’s value-added approach provides an education with all the benefits and opportunities associated with a small private college. It’s no doubt that St. Francis has been consistently ranked by

U.S. News & World Report, Forbes.com and Money magazine as a top college.

The college offers more than 70 pro- grams, majors and minors, including the cutting-edge fields of entrepreneurship, interactive media and sports management.

Communication Arts majors take advantage of the high-tech HDTV production studio while the five-year combined BS/MS degree in accounting, and the MS degree in professional accounting takes graduates on to jobs at some of the top accounting firms.

The five-year combined BA/MA in psychology offers students the benefits of the same degrees but graduating in less time. A graduate-level certificate in project management is designed for individuals who want to enhance their project management skills through an intensive executive-level program.

Low-Residency MFA

The college’s newest degree program is the only low-residency master of fine arts in creative writing program in the city (MFA). The program offers separate genre tracks in fiction, popular fiction, poetry, and dramatic screenwriting/playwriting.

Unlike the traditional MFA, the low- residency program offers students the freedom and flexibility to write without disrupting their everyday lives and responsibilities. Visit sfc.edu/mfa to learn more.

With today’s high demand for qualified health care professionals, the college’s healthcare management, health promotion and sciences and other health-related programs are teaching students the necessary skills by conducting research and lab experiments in the college’s state-of-the-art science labs and classrooms. The bachelor of science in nursing program is offered to qualified freshmen and transfers and graduates are eligible to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).

What’s your plan for the fall?

It’s not too late to register for classes. Contact the office of admissions at 718- 489-5200 and learn more about enrolling for the fall semester.

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