St. John's College Annapolis Description:
Admissions Data (2012):
- Percent of Applicants Admitted: 82%
- St. John's College is Test-Optional. The SAT numbers below are from the St. John's website. The college does not report its scores for national ranking purposes.
- What Are Your Chances? (from Cappex.com)
- Test Scores -- 25th / 75th Percentile
- Total Enrollment: 549 (490 undergraduates)
- Gender Breakdown: 57% Male / 43% Female
- 100% Full-time
Costs (2012 - 13):
- Tuition and Fees: $45,004
- Books: $630
- Room and Board: $10,644
- Other Expenses: $750
- Total Cost: $57,028
St. John's College Annapolis Financial Aid (2010 - 11):
- Percentage of New Students Receiving Aid: 59%
- St. John's College Scholarships (Cappex.com)
- Percentage of New Students Receiving Types of Aid
- Grants: 54%
- Loans: 53%
- Average Amount of Aid
- Grants: $28,254
- Loans: $6,512
Most Popular Majors:
Graduation and Retention Rates:
- First Year Student Retention (full-time students): 90%
- 4-Year Graduation Rate: 60%
- 6-Year Graduation Rate: 69%
St. John's College Annapolis Mission Statement:
"St. John's College is a community dedicated to liberal education. Such education seeks to free human beings from prejudice and unexamined opinion, to help them reflect on the nature of things and on the ends and means of human endeavors, and to enable them to make thoughtful choices in public and private life.
Students at St. John's pursue such an education by participating in the activities of its community of learning. The central activity is the reading and discussion, in small classes, of the great works of the West. This study is supported by and intertwined with the study of the elements of languages, mathematics, science, and music. In Santa Fe there is also a program that focuses on the great works of the East.
At St. John's College, we seek to develop in our students an awareness of fundamental alternatives for understanding the human condition, a desire and capacity for lifelong learning, and an ability to deal with complex issues through both cooperative inquiry and independent thinking."