Regardless of whether students are on campus or taking classes remotely, tuition will remain the same: $35,000. The college lowered tuition to $35,000 in 2018 and has decided to freeze tuition at this amount for the year, despite average increases of 3 percent or more at most colleges. The money you pay toward tuition funds the salaries of our tutors and allows us to keep classes small, which are costs that have not changed whether classes are offered on campus or online. In these unusual times, classes might even be smaller than usual (between 10–20 students). Unlike colleges creating pre-recorded lectures online or increasing class sizes to reduce costs, St. John’s is committed to live, discussion-based classes led by tutors where all students participate. We are confident that our classes are among the best available at any college—whether on campus or online.
Work study opportunities on campus may be limited. If you do not currently have a work study job and are interested in one, please contact the Financial Aid Office.
We encourage you to use email for the quickest reply since most college staff are working remotely.