The St. John's College Digital Archives provides online access to unique material from the archival and special collections at the Greenfield Library (Annapolis, MD) and Meem Library (Santa Fe, NM).
Faith and John Gaw Meem Library
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is here to facilitate your studies in a variety of ways. We maintain a comfortable, quiet study space, provide access to program readings and online databases, and offer interlibrary loan services. Feel free to stop by the circulation desk to request a tour or brief orientation to our services. In addition to supporting the academic life of the college, we also offer other resources that nurture your interests beyond the classroom. These include an eclectic DVD collection and a range of print journals, as well as hands-on activities such as book repair and book-making.
The book collection of some 65,000 volumes is especially rich in ancient and modern classics of literature, philosophy, science, and mathematics, both in the original language and in translation.
Meem Library is open to the public. For information about services available to community borrowers and alumni, please visit our Community Services page.
Whenever you are in the library, don’t forget to visit our much-beloved library dog, Seymour, a certified assistance dog from the non-profit organization Assistance Dogs of the West, who belongs to the library director, Jennifer Sprague. He loves to cuddle next to people while they read.