Student Government is moving forward with structural changes intended to improve the effectiveness of their interactions with the school. A separation from what is now called Resident Life will allow for more leeway with bills and an independent government that is working towards helping student concerns. Continue reading A Better Future Under Improved Government
JPCatholic’s production of The Crucible by Arthur Miller plays this week on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Continue reading JPCatholic’s “The Crucible” Shows This Weekend
The end of this quarter marks a new beginning for The Jude; Jonathan Sperling was hired to work alongside Joe Cross as the Co-Director of Residential Life, with the new Jude as the office. Continue reading The Jude Moves
Deb Culbertson and the JPCatholic Administration implement a new form of the Personal Plan for Success system in order to help students grow during their undergraduate studies. Continue reading Changes to the PPS
This last week, the Senior and Sophomore class bid farewell to the 7-Eleven located on Washington and Centre City Parkway. The store has been a silent savior to the students through many a midterm and final, providing them much needed junk food and energy drinks. Continue reading 7/11 Closes and Other Center City Parkway Updates
Three weeks after the recent Student Life Restructure, Joe Cross, Co-Director of Residential Life, and Julia Carrano, Dean of Student Success, have resigned from John Paul the Great Catholic University. Continue reading Joe Cross and Julia Carrano Resign From JPCatholic
With the new Musical Theatre emphasis and the ever-growing student body at JPCatholic, it’s no secret that the school is expanding its curriculum and potential degrees. Talk of a BS in Communications Media: Fashion Design is underway. Continue reading Fashion Design Major: Will It Make the Cut?
The recent Pelican News article regarding our new investment into Student Life falls short in describing the true impetus and rationale behind our decision to create the new positions. Continue reading Dr. Connolly’s Response to Recent Student Life Article
After two months of discussion, decisions on the restructuring of Student Life have been made, prompted by student-written letters outlining their grievances against Student Life. Continue reading Student Letters Prompt Student Life Restructure
The Business Innovation Pod, also known by many as the Business Center in the 155 building, may finally be opening as soon as next week. Continue reading Business Innovation Pod Update
Professors weigh in on the purpose of the soundstage for students and faculty and voice their hopes for a new facility in the future.
Continue reading A Soundstage in Demand
JPCatholic student Claire Kelly got hit by a car on Tuesday while crossing Escondido Blvd from Wells Fargo towards the school. Continue reading Student Gets Hit by Car
Sophomore Mercy Salinas has created a Day of the Dead altar outside of the JPCatholic chapel to bring culture to the school and honor family members. . Continue reading Day of the Dead Altar
Austin Schneider, Director of Campus Ministry, has an optimistic vision for renewing commitment and joy in JPCatholic households in the upcoming year. Continue reading Vision of a Household
This Thursday at 6:30pm in the Student Center we will be hosting Lana Link, the VP of Talent Acquisition at the Moving Picture Institute. Continue reading Talent Acquisitions VP to Start Off JPCatholic Speaker Series
Kyle Lavin, Resident Assistant and Senior at JPCatholic, started work as the new Activities Coordinator at the beginning of this Fall quarter, and the job has since evolved.
Continue reading Kyle Lavin Hired as New Activities Coordinator
John Paul the Great Catholic University is ranked #12 in the nation in the U.S. News & World Report’s Best Regional Colleges – West list for 2019. Continue reading JPCatholic Ranked #12 Best Regional West College
SOUL Campus Apostolate has introduced a number of changes in regards to how it will approach its ministry on campus, including more events for the student body and an open opportunity to build community with other ministries in the San Diego area.
Continue reading Changes to SOUL
When returning students walked into the 155 building at the start of this quarter, they were met with some interesting interior design changes.
Continue reading School Renovations Cause Questions
Nathan Scoggins, Communications Media Professor, is now working full time for JPCatholic. He said the transition from part time to full time “…isn’t a huge shift in terms of [his] commitment — practically speaking it means an extra half-day a week.” Continue reading Professor Scoggins Comes on Full Time