St. John's College - Liberal Arts College in the Annapolis and Santa Fe
The low student-to-faculty ratio of 7:1 contributes to the No. 8 ranking for “Best Classroom Experience” by Princeton Review.See more rankings and ratings
Johnnies study more than 200 great books, texts, and works in what is often called the most rigorous curriculum in America.The St. John's College Reading List
St. John's undergraduate tuition of $35,000 is one of the most affordable among top liberal arts colleges in the country.Learn about the St. John's Financial Model
Ranked as the college sending the highest number of students to PhD programs in the humanities, St. John’s sends students to pursue advanced degrees and directly into dozens of fascinating careers.Read more about careers and grad school
The Princeton Review ranks St. John’s as fifth best in the country for top professors. Of course, at St. John’s we call them “tutors.”Check out our rankings
Most Johnnies live on campus in Annapolis or Santa Fe, including all freshmen and sophomores.
Johnnies hold the national collegiate croquet championship title and last year beat the US Naval Academy 3-2 at the world-famous Annapolis Cup.Explore St. John’s Traditions
Johnnies have been reading great books since 1696 (when we were called “King William School”), making St. John’s the third oldest college in the United States.Learn more about our history
St. John’s has two campuses in two state capitals: Annapolis, Maryland and Santa Fe, New Mexico.Visit our beautiful campuses
The Santa Fe campus is at 7,199 feet above sea level and has access to 478 miles of hiking and biking trails and 79 of the best skiing trails in the United States.Join the outdoor adventure
The Annapolis campus is just 30 minutes from Washington, DC, making St. John’s one of the best colleges for students who love to get politically engaged.Read about subjects in politics
Half of all Johnnies do at least one internship, many of which are fully-funded through the Hodson and Ariel internship programs.
St. John’s is in the top 4% for the number of students receiving PhDs in science and engineering. The curriculum includes four years of advanced mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology.Read more about the sciences at St. John’s
The Graduate Institute has two degree programs: the Master of Arts in Liberal Arts, which includes segments on literature, history, politics, philosophy, and math, the Master of Arts in Eastern Classics, where students study the great works of China, India, and Japan.Learn more about Graduate Institute
St. John’s has an unbroken record of sending students to top law schools around the United States.