Communications maintains social media accounts, graphic identity standards, brand messaging, web design, publications, photography and video production, and manages news-media relationships. There are offices in both Annapolis and Santa Fe to handle local communications and jointly manage the combined efforts of the two campuses. Each office produces a calendar of events, press releases on college news and events, periodicals, and publications, including The College alumni magazine.
St. John's College Chief Communications Officer
Office of Communications
St. John's College
60 College Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401
Media Relations and Print Communications
Associate Director of Communications
College Logo and Seal
The college logo and seal are for official college use only. If you have questions or need guidelines, please contact Jennifer Behrens.
To see all of the college's social media accounts, click here. For questions regarding social media, please e-mail .
Editorial Style Guidelines
The editorial style guide ensures consistency and clarity in the College’s print and online publications. This style guide is based, primarily, on the Chicago Manual of Style, although other sources are used as well. It also notes style guidelines and usage—words like “Johnnies”—that reflect specific preferences and practices, to ensure that communications remain stylistically consistent.