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Annapolis Student Account FAQ

What are the tuition, room, and board fees for 2017-18?

For academic year 2017-18 the undergraduate tuition and fees are as follows:

  • Tuition: $51,200 ($25,600 per semester)
  • Room and Board: $11,678 - $12,234 ($5,839 - $6,117 per semester)
  • Activity Fee: $470 ($235 per semester)
  • Health Insurance*: $1,584
  • Tuition Insurance**: $723
  • St. John’s College Manuals: $125 (Annual charge Fall semester)
  • Graduation Fee: $100
  • Caution Fee (refundable): $200
  • Parking Permits:
    • Resident students $125 annual; $75 Spring semester
    • Commuter students $85 annual
    • Graduate students $55 per semester

*Mandatory for International Students. Automatically billed for Domestic Students, online waiver available. Please refer to Health Center and Insurance Information.

**Automatically billed for all students, online waiver available.

A typical student budget would include about $630 for books, $400 for personal expenses, and transportation according to the distance of the student’s home from campus.

How do I estimate my bill?

Use ​your financial aid award letter to estimate your balance due.

How do I access my Fee Statement?

Your Fee Statement is ready for viewing on your St. John’s College student portal, mySJC. First, confirm that the password on your account is current. Using any browser, go to

Log in using your college username and password, which are the same used to access the college’s wifi and library computers. If you have issues logging in, click the User Registration link in the upper left and follow the onscreen instructions. Then, using your St. John’s College username and password, log on to your mySJC student portal and select the Student tab to view student account information.

If you have any questions about mySJC, please contact the ITS department at Once you have successfully accessed the portal and if there are questions regarding your student account, please contact student accounts at 410-626-2515 or

Please note: The Fee Statement will no longer be mailed. It is only available online.

When are payments due?

Fall semester payment is due in full by August 1.

Spring semester payment is due in full by December 1.

It is important that payments are received in a timely manner. Please plan ahead to meet the payment deadlines. Payments can be made with cash, check, or money order payable to St. John’s College. Late fees will be assessed for failure to comply with these dates.

Where do I make a payment?

Payments can be made with cash, check, or money order payable to St. John’s College and sent to:

St. John’s College
PO Box 37139
Baltimore, MD 21297-3139

Please include the students name and ID number on the memo line of the check.

How do I make a payment?

Payment plans are available. Tuition Management Systems provides St. John’s College students and families alternative payment options. Contact TMS directly at 800-722-4867 or online at for more information regarding:

  • Payment Plans
  • Credit Card payments
  • International payments Flywire
  • Electronic Check payments
What is the refund policy for St. John’s College, Annapolis?

Written refund requests are to be sent to

All refunds are issued in the name of the student, with the exception of refunds resulting from Parent Plus Loans, which are prepared in accordance with the Parent Plus Loan application.

Refunds resulting from federal loans or grants are automatically refunded after the date of disbursement following federal guidelines.

Whom do I contact with my financial aid questions?

Please contact the Financial Aid office regarding any questions about financial aid. They can be reached at 410-626-2502 or via e-mail at

What forms are required?

Financial Responsibility Agreement

All students are required to sign and submit a Financial Responsibility Agreement in order to register for the fall semester. Please read through the agreement and review each financial category.

Authorization to Release Student Information

The Authorization to Release Student Information form allows third party communication of students billing information and is strongly recommended.

These signed agreements can be submitted with your semester payment or directly to the business office at

Below are the links to the student account forms, letters and brochures:

What is tuition insurance?

The Tuition Refund Plan enhances and extends the college’s current refund schedule. This insurance plan, offered through A.W.G. Dewar, covers tuition and activity fees. It ensures up to a 60% refund for medical or mental health withdrawals at any time during the semester. To facilitate enrollment in the program, students will be billed automatically for the cost of the program. No additional application is required. Students will be provided an opportunity to opt out of the insurance program.

What is a caution fee?

It is similar to a security deposit against damages and/or fines. All incoming freshmen, re-admitted students, and Santa Fe transfer students are charged a $200 caution fee. This fee will remain intact for as long as the student is enrolled at St. John’s. It will be returned to the student after he or she has left the college.

What is the St. John’s College Manuals charge?

All students are billed a non-refundable St. John’s College Manuals charge of $125.00 for the manuals printed by the college for use in their classes.

How do I make a change to my meal plan?

Freshmen are required to participate in the 21-meal plan and are automatically charged accordingly. Upperclassmen living on campus are required to participate in and are automatically charged the 14-meal plan. Meal plans may be adjusted during room selection and authorized on the housing contract. Upperclassmen have 5 business days to change their meal plans once the semester starts. Please contact the Assistant Dean’s office at 410-626-2512 or e-mail Frances Van Ness at if you want to change your meal plan. Meal plan changes will not be allowed after 4:30 p.m. on August 31.

How do I change my address?

Please contact the Office of the Registrar at for any address changes.

Whom do I contact regarding housing?

Questions about on-campus housing should be directed to Taylor Waters, director of student services, at 410-626-2512 or e-mail

What is the St. John’s College 1Card?

The St. John’s College 1Card is the official identification card of St. John’s College. Issued to all members of the college community, it is required for identification and access to essential campus services. It also offers a convenient account for making purchases on campus.

Meal Plans – Swipe the 1Card to access your meal plan at the Randall Dining Hall.

Library – Check out materials at the Annapolis Greenfield Library utilizing the bar code on your 1Card and pay fines using your Campus Cash account.

Residence Hall and Gym Access – Use your St. John’s College 1Card to enter your residence halls and the Iglehart Hall Gym.

On Campus Events – Present your St. John’s College 1Card to attend campus events.

Campus Cash – Campus Cash is a prepaid spending account offering a safe and convenient way to make purchases on campus. It is designed to eliminate the need to carry cash. You can add value via cash, check, or credit card online.

For additional information on the St. John’s College 1Card please visit the 1Card page or contact 1Card customer service at 866-568-5121, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET.