Did you know that your spouse and
children may be eligible to take St. John’s courses abroad this
summer, even if they currently attend another college or
St. John’s study abroad courses offered through the Office of Global Studies are covered by the
University’s Tuition Remission benefit on the same basis as
domestic programs*. And under the “Visiting Student” benefit, if
your spouse or child is matriculated at another university, he/she
may be able to attend summer session courses at St. John’s (in the
US and abroad) as long as the St. John’s credits are accepted by
the student’s degree program at his/her home school. So, whether
they are pursuing a degree at St. John’s, or just visiting us for
the summer, Global Studies opportunities abound for your spouse and
This summer alone, St. John’s expects to run undergraduate and/or
graduate programs to Argentina, Bermuda, Canada, China, England,
France, Guatemala, Italy, Morocco, Spain, Taiwan and Vietnam.
To learn more about how to open up a world of opportunity, contact
the Office of Global Studies, either by phone at (718) 990-6105,
or visit our programs on the web at http://www.stjohns.edu/globalstudies.
Tuition remission policies are available on the St. John’s Intranet
for staff and administrators. Visit the HR
Policy Manual online. Faculty can refer to their
CBA or contact the Office of Student Financial Services at (718)
990-5745 for benefits information.
Note:The tuition remission benefit
covers the cost of tuition only, and does not cover additional fees
or expenses, such as room and board, flights, books or program
* Seats may be limited.