St. John's College - Liberal Arts College in the Annapolis and Santa Fe
Post-college, Lyons apprenticed his way into a career. Now, he wants to offer the same opportunity to others.
Internships are increasingly receptive to working with students remotely—even ones in Paris.
The daughter of beloved St. John’s tutor Ralph Swentzell, Steen travels the world teaching others how to build houses using a universal ingredient: the earth.
The first All-College Seminar of 2024 in Annapolis focused on Spike Lee’s 1989 film, selected by Assistant Dean Robert Abbott in observance of Martin Luther King Day.
The annual fall event will be reinstated in Santa Fe and Annapolis in response to alumni feedback.
Books by Johnnies features more than 1,000 published books from small Great Books college’s faculty and alumni.
Demleitner will continue to oversee the college’s Annapolis campus in addition to new collegewide duties; Sterling named eighth president of the historic Santa Fe campus; both appointments effective July 1, 2024.
Bell will toll 100 times overnight Saturday into Sunday in downtown.
Seeking an intellectual community, Cynthia—with service dog Frankie in tow—joined the St. John’s College polity in Fall 2023.
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.
From Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and Academy Award nominees to New York Times best sellers and O. Henry Award winners, Books by Johnnies showcases over 1000 books and dramatic works written by St. John’s alumni and faculty.