Our campus is nestled between the bustling streets of the city of Annapolis and the languid, flowing waters of College Creek. We are acutely aware of the importance of our physical environment’s impact on both the college community and our neighbors in the surrounding city, which is why our campus participates in a number of initiatives and partnerships to ensure our natural spaces endure for future generations of Johnnies. Read on to learn more about our efforts, which range from oyster farming and geothermal heating and cooling to food recovery designed to address food insecurity in our community.
Since 2018, St. John’s college has been a member of the Maryland Green Registry, which promotes and recognizes sustainable practices at organizations in the state. Member orgs agree to share at least five environmental practices and one measurable result while striving to continually improve their environmental performance.
St. John’s College works with several local organizations regarding immediate and future environmental projects: