A non-profit community membership organization, Caritas Society of St. John’s College, Inc. has two purposes:
Membership is open to anyone interested in the activities of Caritas. More than 200 people from the Annapolis region and the college are Caritas members.
Through fundraising, the Caritas Society is able to award eight to ten financial aid grants each year to students whose financial resources are inadequate and are under threat of having to withdraw from school. Caritas also supports St. John’s in other arenas:
Caritas offers members a variety of social, instructive, and entertaining programs and events that promote community relationships. Interests are shared with a network of friends who support St. John’s and its distinctive liberal arts program. Members are also encouraged to take advantage of the many educational and cultural opportunities St. John’s offers to the community.
Make a donation to the Caritas Society of St. John’s College, Annapolis.
Make a donation to the Caritas Society Weigle Book Fund.
Send checks payable to Caritas Society, 60 College Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401. For information, call 410-972-4505 or e-mail the Caritas Society.
Come and welcome students to the academic year.
Bring friends and potential members for a lovely afternoon of camaraderie. No charge.
Last spring St. John’s held its first study abroad program in France. About ten juniors from each campus and four tutors from Santa Fe convened in Aix-en-Provence, with the cooperation and assistance of IAU College (Institute for American Universities). What were the reasons for creating this program? What were the challenges? What have been the reservations about it? What were its successes? What is its future? The Annapolis campus dean, Joe Macfarland, and Aix-veteran Jennifer Ongley, will talk about St. John’s first year in Aix. Cost: $25. Reserve your spot with the Buy Now button below.
Civil War Round Table and Book Sale. Cost $40. Reserve your spot with Buy Now button below.
Join us for holiday cheer, festive banquet, and music. Cost $25. Reserve your spot with the Buy Now button below.