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It’s easy to apply to the Summer Academy. Go to our online application, select the session(s) you wish to attend, provide necessary contact information, and write a short (100 word) paragraph telling us a bit more about why you're interested in joining us. Upload an unofficial transcript, and your application is complete!
Applications are processed on a rolling basis beginning in January until our program is full.
A $200 deposit is required by June 1, 2022 to secure your place in the session(s) you wish to attend. If you are attending multiple sessions on one campus, a single $200 deposit is all that’s needed. If attending sessions on both campuses, deposits must be submitted to each location.
Summer Academy tuition is $1,100 per week. Tuition covers room, meals, books, activity fees, and cool St. John’s swag.
We understand that the cost of the Summer Academy may be out of reach for some families, and we will do our best to provide some assistance to those with financial need. Please reach out to the Summer Academy Directors for additional information.
The Summer Academy Scholarship Application and required attachments are due on or before May 7, 2022.
If you are a high school student in New Mexico, you may qualify for a regional scholarship. Access the Tecolote & New Mexico Scholarship Nomination form.
To determine the type of visa you will need to enter the United States this summer for our non-credit program, visit the U.S. Department of State’s Tourism & Visit website.
Contact Summer Academy at summer.academy(at)sjc.edu
Sessions are hosted on both St. John’s campus locations, in Annapolis, MD and Santa Fe, NM. Scroll through the six sessions.
Santa Fe | July 10–16
Beginnings: Inquiring into the Origins of Politics, Poetry, and Mathematics
Annapolis | July 10–16
Equality and Inequality: Justice and Law
Santa Fe | July 17–23
The American Experiment: Foundations of Democracy
Annapolis | July 17–23
The Heart of the Matter: Literature and Biology
Santa Fe | July 24–30
The Art of Seeing: Literature and the Visual Arts
Annapolis | July 24–30
Revolution and Rebellion: When Justice Opposes Law