St. John's College - Liberal Arts College in the Annapolis and Santa Fe
Holly Palermo (A26) reflects on studying abroad last summer through St. John's Oxford Exchange.
Tickets are now available to purchase for the event on Sunday, October 29, 2023.
Benjamin Scott (SF25) weighs in on how the school might influence higher education for the better amid the rise of tools like OpenAI’s Chat-GPT.
How can the type of vital academic questioning conducted at St. John’s be encouraged beyond our two campuses? These alums have some ideas.
Elisabeth Long (A86), the Sheridan Dean of University Libraries, Archives, and Museums at Johns Hopkins University, weighs in on the changing nature of academic collections and her job itself.
The axolotl is a valuable component of Freshman Laboratory—and a beloved mascot among Johnnies.
The beloved student hub is slated for its first major move in decades, and Rooney—while nostalgic—is excited for a fresh start.
Naveed, who spent the summer interning at Albuquerque Business First, learned to love numbers and ask tough questions as a student in seminar.
Harness works at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, where she evaluates structures to see if they qualify for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
New students in Santa Fe and Annapolis participated in an annual college tradition—Convocation, a formal celebration welcoming them to the St. John’s community—on Thursday, August 24.
Edgerton discovered his passion for scriptural interpretation while writing his senior essay at St. John’s on Kierkegaard.
The new format emphasizes thoughtful, sustained conversation—a signature component of the St. John’s experience—with prospective students
In “Limbo: Historias de un Migrante,” Armando Rodriguez (A23) and Gabe Coronado (A24) explore the experience of migrants at the border between Juarez and El Paso through the lens of photojournalism, video interviews, and original writing.
Benson strikes a balance between intellectual pursuits and real-world action through her work with the Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy.
Our students read the original writings of great thinkers across 3,000 years of history, engage in vigorous classroom discussion with fewer than 20 students around the seminar table, and study ideas across the humanities and sciences. Every student receives an interdisciplinary degree in the liberal arts. Our graduate programs are also books- and discussion-based.
St. John’s offers paid internships for all students, paving the way for success in a variety of careers and graduate study. This is one reason that the Princeton Review has ranked St. John’s College #25 for career services.
The interdisciplinarity of our curriculum, the analytical skills developed through close reading and open discussion of big ideas, and our robust career supports prepare alumni to succeed across professional fields.