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Annapolis Graduate Students

Current Student Information

Below is information for current Annapolis graduate students. If you have questions, please e-mail Tom Crouse.

Student Portal: mySJC

  • Your username and password for the mySJC student portal are the same used to access the college's wifi, lab, and library computers. For assistance, contact the helpdesk@sjc.edu.

Class Schedules and Locations

Prior to or at registration, students receive their individual student schedules, which include tutors and class locations. Class meeting times are:

Fall and Spring

  • Tutorial – Monday and Thursday, 5:15 to 6:30 p.m.
  • Preceptorial – Thursday, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
  • Seminar – Monday, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Summer

  • Tutorial – Monday through Thursday: 4:45 to 6 p.m.
  • Preceptorial – Monday and Wednesday: 2 to 4 p.m.
  • Seminar – Monday and Thursday: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Pre-registration

In order to maintain updated enrollment information, please read and complete the pre-registration form to inform the Graduate Office of your future enrollment plans.

Registration

On-site registration is mandatory for new students, for students transferring from Santa Fe, and for other students who have not received class schedules. Registration is held on the first day of the semester in the Barr-Buchanan Center.

Forms Due Dates

  • Fall Semester – August 1
  • Spring Semester – December 1
  • Summer Semester – June 1

Forms and Information

Meningococcal Vaccine

The meningococcal vaccine is required for all dormitory residents except children under the age of 12.

Student Handbook

Please download and read the Student Handbook (PDF).

Orientation Seminar for New Students

All new students participate in a seminar on Plato’s Meno, 70-86d, on the day prior to the start of the semester in the spring and summer, and on the first day of the fall semester. Any edition with line numbers is acceptable.

Convocation

Convocation is the occasion when new students are welcomed into the college. This is a more formal event, and students should dress accordingly. If a new student must miss convocation, he or she should notify the Graduate Institute Office ahead of time.

Graduate Council

The Graduate Council is a representative body of graduate students whose purposes include the following five items:

  • To represent the graduate students of St. John’s College, Annapolis, on all matters pertaining to their general welfare as graduate students.
  • To provide for and organize After-Seminar Gatherings.
  • To provide for and promote graduate student extra-curricular activities.
  • To provide for the welcoming and orientation of new graduate students.
  • To provide a formal means of communication among graduate students and undergraduate students, the associate dean of the Graduate Institute, and the dean and president of the college.

Two representatives from each seminar are elected to the council at the beginning of each term, but all students are encouraged to attend meetings and offer student insight into any aspect of the St. John’s experience for the council to discuss.

Mailboxes and Campus Mail

Mailboxes are re-assigned to all students each semester. Students are responsible for checking their box frequently for notices of academic matters and social events. Students who expect to receive mail from outside the college should have it sent in their name to St. John’s College, 60 College Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401.

St. John’s E-mail Accounts

All students are required to activate their St. John’s e-mail accounts when they first enroll, and are responsible for checking their e-mail regularly throughout their enrollment. Students are strongly urged to register for e2Campus, the St. John’s security alert system. The college Information Technology Office will activate students’ e-mail accounts.

Photo-Identification 1Card

Photo-identification 1Cards are made for all new students, and each semester are re-validated for continuing students. Each student must have a current St. John’s College photo-identification 1Card. The 1Cards are used to access campus buildings, purchase study materials, and check out books at the library.

Parking Permits

Students who plan to park on campus must register their vehicles each term for campus parking permits. Please read the parking regulations page and visit the Public Safety Office in Pinkney Hall to purchase a permit for $50 per semester.

Bookstore

The St. John’s Annapolis Campus Bookstore stocks all texts on the reading list.

Regular Social Events

The General Hartle Room is reserved for regular after-seminar gatherings on Monday evenings. The Graduate Council organizes and hosts these in addition to the occasional after-preceptorial gathering on Thursday and other events over the course of each term. The Graduate Council seeks new members at the beginning of each term, and students are encouraged to participate.