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The Office of Financial Aid is committed to ensuring all qualified applicants can afford a St. John’s education. For undergraduate students in the Class of 2021, the average cost of attendance is $19,200; 91 percent are receiving financial aid and $8.1 million in scholarships were awarded.
To learn more about Room and Board costs and fees associated with attending St. John’s, see links below.
See 2017-18 tuition and fees for Santa Fe students.
Learn more about the Spring Freshman program in Santa Fe that allows students to start the school year in January, continue through the summer term, and become sophomores in the fall so they graduate in three and a half years.
Costs for the 2018-19 academic year are as follows:
*This health insurance fee may be subject to change. All international students are required to have approved health insurance. An annual insurance premium is automatically billed at the start of the fall semester (or spring for students enrolled in the Spring Freshman program). U.S. students are required to show proof of insurance prior to registration. The Santa Fe campus does not offer student health insurance at this time. Please contact the Student Health Office in Santa Fe with any questions.
**Tuition insurance is automatically billed for all students, online waiver available.
See 2017-18 tuition and fees for Annapolis students.
*The health insurance fee may be subject to change. All international students are required to have approved health insurance. An annual insurance premium is automatically billed at the start of the fall semester. U.S. students are required to show proof of insurance prior to registration. Please contact the Health Center and Insurance Information for more information.
A typical student may spend about $630 for books, $400 for personal expenses, and transportation (according to the distance of the student’s home from campus).
For more information, see frequently asked questions about student accounts.
There are no meal plans offered in the summer in Annapolis. There is a full kitchen in the dormitory, an outdoor grill for student use, and there are many restaurants nearby.
All students are required to have health insurance while attending St. John’s College. Students are automatically billed for insurance; however, a waiver is available for those with proof of other medical insurance coverage. To learn more about the coverage offered and to ask other questions, e-mail stjohns(at)rcmd.com or call 1-800-346-4075 ext. 1607.
60 College AvenueAnnapolis, MD 21401Phone: 410-626-2502Fax: 410-626-2885E-mail Annapolis Financial Aid
1160 Camino Cruz BlancaSanta Fe, NM 87505Phone: 505-984-6058Fax: 505-984-6164E-mail Santa Fe Financial Aid