Community Enrichment Programs

St. John’s College invites the Annapolis community to awaken their intellect by engaging in mindful exploration. Modeled after the college’s distinctive undergraduate curriculum, the discussion-based classes and hands-on workshops provide a path to enrichment.

Community Seminars

Open to the public, Community Seminars are a longstanding tradition at St. John’s College. Throughout the year, seminars are offered weekly, monthly, or for a single weekend.

Register for Community Seminars
Writing Intensive

In this annual one-day writing intensive, participants will have the opportunity to join other writers for a day devoted to writing instruction, discovery, and inspiration.

Learn about Writing Intensive

Piraeus seminars, originally just for alumni but now open to all, allow participants to experience the St. John's classroom experience over a leisurely weekend on campus.

Participate in Piraeus Seminars
Summer Academy (Pre-College)

St. John’s Summer Academy is a college summer program for high school students (ages 15 to 18), modeled after St. John’s discussion-based, method of teaching the Great Books.

Apply to Summer Academy


Mitchell Gallery

The Mitchell Gallery serves the community as a resource for all ages to experience museum-quality works by viewing, discussing, and engaging in activities about fine art.