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St. John's College

60 College Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 626-2547
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About St. John's College

St. John's College

Originally King William's School founded in 1696. Site of Revolutionary and Civil War encampments. A long tradition of liberal arts education with present great books curriculum. Traces its origins back to King William's School founded in 1696. Site of Revolutionary and Civil War encampments. Continues a long tradition of liberal arts education with present "great books"

He's right...
about the sunshine coming in the windows. Wanna place to go and be Quiet? This is it. Great campus to walk. Read Full Review
A treat.
A lovely building, both traditional and modern morphed into one, since an addition was necessary. I find it lovely indeed. Visit all floors to get a full flavor of what the library has to offer. Read Full Review
Let the Sunshine in!
I am a Johnnie, and our library is one of my favorite spots on campus. There are so many windows all around that the sunshine really finds its way into every corner of the building. You can spend... Read Full Review

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Let the Spirit Sing: A Martin Luther King Celebration
Francis Scott Key Auditorium/St. John's College

Let the Spirit Sing: A Martin Luther King Celebration

January 14, 2018

LET THE SPIRIT SING:  A Martin Luther King Celebration  SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 2018 at 3 p.m.  Francis Scott Key Auditorium Concert by the“Extensions of Faith Praise Choir” Welcoming remarks by St. John’s College President Panayiotis Kanelos  Reception to follow. Event is free and open to the public. For more information contact: The Mitchell Gallery 410-626-2556 or visit the website at sjc.edu/mitchell-gallery