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St. John's University is a well respected Catholic University and will always remain that way. Its location is very influential on how the overall university, student body and faculty body are. The students tend to be very cosmopolitan with the typical hotheaded attitude of NYC outer boroughs being visible as well as some faculty and administration.The students come to class mostly by means of commuting and fill up the parking lots fast, which creates a fight for a spot occasionaly. (PS Dont be late for class due to parking they do not accept that as an accuse and they will hurt your grade by it. leave early to park.) Most students I notice are very click orientated and tend not to associate with others from different parts of the Metroplitan area and out of state students. Making new friends can be difficult for the average student due to the overwhelming locals who attend. Below is a series of pros and cons I put togather about St. Johns if your considering it: (based on my experience of attending SJU)PROS: 1. Great school for Pharmacy, Liberal Arts, and Law School.2. Great athletic facilities and sports.3. Nice dormitories. (appx. 20%live on campus)CONS:1. Arrogant aging faculty and administration that are unhelpul.2. Tobin School of Business, very unorganized and professors are weak, many are adjunct. NYU,Baruch Coll, Pace, Hofstra Universities a better choice in the NY area for business. or up in boston Northeastern is great.3. Parking4. Social Life5. Career Opportunity and employment not promising. ANY QUESTIONS,COMMENTS,INFORMATION ABOUT SJU FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME AT _email_removed_