St John's College Annapolis

St John's College Annapolis

St. John's College, which was originally established in 1696 as the King William's School, was granted a collegiate charter in 1784. It is one of the oldest higher education institutes in the United States. The 36 acre main campus is in Annapolis, Maryland, but the school also operates a branch in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

St. John's College-Annapolis awards the bachelor's degree in liberal arts. Master's degrees are offered through the Graduate Institute. The college is particularly well known for its Great Books Program. Students at the Annapolis campus can also opt for dual degree programs that are offered in collaboration with the University of Maryland School of Law.

St. John's College-Annapolis supports various student publications like "The Gadfly", "The Collegian", "The St. John's Review", "The Epoch", and "Energeia". Students are also involved in a variety of clubs and organizations. The King William Players is the Annapolis campus' theater group. Students also participate in volunteer activities through the Project Politae.

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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