In 1932, the Sisters of Mercy of Connecticut set out to establish the first liberal arts college for women in the Hartford area. They were determined to develop a curriculum that balanced professional studies with the liberal arts; focused on service to others; and infused the Catholic intellectual tradition while welcoming students of all ages, races, religions, and cultures.
All USJ Residence Halls offer:
Located on the first floor of McGovern Hall, the USJ Bookstore is the place to purchase your books for the semester, check out the latest USJ gear or just grab a quick snack. Whatever your needs, our friendly bookstore staff is here to help.
The “OIT” manages a centralized Helpdesk where students, faculty and staff can request technical support.
USJ Health Services supports the various health and wellness needs of our students by providing an array of services on campus.
Catholic Hearts, Dance Ensemble, Class Council.
The University of Saint Joseph is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Inc.