St. John’s University’s mission is to implant a rewarding education into individuals wishing to succeed in all aspects of their lives. Many areas of study, which include more than 100 majors, are designed to prepare students for the future, while focusing on a highly dynamic, increasingly global society. There are several options, such as combined degree programs, that make it easier to graduate earlier.
Many of the teachers are very helpful and genuinely want the students to learn the material. Then, there are the teachers that make the courses and tests extremely hard, without giving the students adequate assistance to comprehend the lessons. There are also teachers that don’t teach or even show up for classes but give out easy A's; in the end, the students are not learning. Students should ask everyone they know about professors prior to enrolling in their classes. It may help to eliminate some of the not-so-good teachers. Sometimes, it’s better to have a strict teacher who will take the required steps for students to learn the curriculum than an easy teacher who just wants students to coast through his or her class. Even if you are falling behind on the work, the good thing about St. John’s is the abundance of coursework assistance, such as tutoring or time management workshops, that help students adjust to college.