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Information for 2014 Parent and Family Weekend is forthcoming. Please check back soon.

 

Lodging

Annapolis is a popular tourist destination, and the local hotels often book to capacity well in advance for autumn weekends.

Please consider staying with one of our local business friends, who provide support to the college, and frequently offer discounts to the St. John's College community

Another list of area B&Bs and hotels can be found here: Accommodations in Annapolis & Anne Arundel County

 

Getting to Annapolis

Transportation from BWI Airport/Train Station:
BWI SuperShuttle: 800-258-3826 or supershuttle.com
The Airport Shuttle: 800-776-0323 or theairportshuttle.com
You can make reservations by phone or online.

If you're driving from the airport, follow the signs for Interstate 97. Take 97 south to Route 50 east. Rowe Boulevard is Exit 24.

 

Parking

Campus parking is limited. Beginning at 4 p.m. on Friday, and throughout the weekend, parents may park in all available campus lots, on a first come, first serve basis. Free parking is available at the new Bladen Street garage on the corner of St. John's and Calvert Streets on weekends and from 6:00 pm to 6:00 am weekdays. The entrance is on St. John's Street.There is also parking for a fee at the Navy/Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Rowe Boulevard and Taylor Ave., just off Route 50, where a free downtown shuttle runs every 15-20 minutes.

 

Access

All events are accessible, but it is helpful if we know about your special needs in advance. Please advise the Advancement Office if any one in your party uses a wheelchair, requires handicapped parking, or requires other special arrangements.

We look forward to seeing you in November. If you have questions please contact the Advancement Office at 410-626-2536 or molly.burnett@sjc.edu.

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