Putting the intracampus network to task, students and faculty are
served by several online resources, both while oncampus and from
the comfort of home. St. Josephs libraries offer online catalog
searching and access to a wealth of subscription databases, journals,
and research materials.
One of our newest offerings is the St. Joseph’s College
Webmail system. Moving from a location–dependent e-mail
system, Webmail allows the college administrators, faculty and staff to
read, compose and respond to their e-mail from any computer with an Internet
Online Registration began limited testing in Spring
2001, but after much success, had expanded to include most undergraduate
and graduate programs by Fall 2001. Students may search the entire course
offerings for courses that suit their schedules. The same system provides
students with their end–of–semester grades, academic advisors access to
records to better help their students, and faculty to view class rosters.
St. Josephs currently offers 12 fullyonline courses,
ranging from History, Biology, and Psychology, to a course in Health Administration
for Adult and Professional students.
Select from the list of links to the left for your area of interest.
Currently, the only service that allows guest access is the Web Registration
Server – you will be allowed to browse course offerings, and view
a list of faculty and instructors.