Welcome to your new SJC Online Community. This is the place to connect with other alumni, register and get information about college and alumni events, update your contact information, and so much more. This page is updated regularly with upcoming events, news, and other information.
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Croquet 2014: St. John's 1, Navy 4Alumni, students and the wider community packed the front lawn of the Annapolis campus for a celebrated rite of spring: the Annual St. John’s – U.S. Naval Academy Croquet match. More than 3,500 attended in festive attire—top hats, seersucker, pearls, and feathered hats that rivaled those of the Kentucky Derby—for champagne picnics, swing dancing, and reunions with friends and faculty. Amid the joyous outpouring of spring fever the two teams played a closely contested match. From the first opening shot at 1 p.m. to the final swing after 8 p.m., the Midshipmen and Johnnies jousted for the beloved Annapolis Cup. Navy made history, winning for the first time two years in a row. Imperial Wicket and St. John’s senior Samuel Collins led the charge against Navy after the Johnnies revealed their uniforms: Greek togas. “I wanted something that would make a statement,” Collins says, “The togas are a return to our roots.” Read the article in the Capital Gazette.
Notice of Elections and Annual Meeting of the Alumni AssociationThe 2014 annual meeting of the St. John’s College Alumni Association will be held on Sunday, June 8, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. This meeting is open to all alumni, students, faculty, and staff. During the meeting, alumni will learn about the current state of the association and will elect a treasurer, a secretary, and six at-large members of the association's board of directors. In addition, alumni will elect one member of the college's Board of Visitors and Governors. Alumni who are registered on this website may click here to view more detailed information on this election, including the slate of candidates proposed by the Alumni Association board and how to nominate other candidates by petition.Make SJC a part of your summer plans at ALFThe Alumni Leadership Forum (ALF), an annual event founded in 2010, features workshops, trainings, and programs that bring together St. John's alumni, faculty, and administrators for a working weekend, during which college staff share current goals and let alumni know how we can support programs in Admissions, Career Services, and Alumni Giving. ALF rotates each year between the Annapolis and Santa Fe campuses, and all alumni are invited to attend. Your contributions are invaluable. This year's ALF is Friday, June 6, through Sunday, June 8, in Annapolis. Read more.
The Logos of LogosFor all of us who care about St. John’s College and about the education the college offers, recent challenges to higher education in general, and to liberal arts in particular, require careful and timely responses. Read the letter from vice presidents for Advancement Victoria Mora and Barbara Goyette (A73) about the college's new logo.
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St. John's College Email Domains are ChangingSt. John’s College is in the process of changing its email. All college email addresses are now firstname.lastname@example.org. (The Santa Fe campus email domain name has traditionally been email@example.com, and the Annapolis domain name was firstname.lastname@example.org.) Both old and new email addresses will work until September 20, 2014, after which time the old domains will not work. The Communications offices and IT are facilitating the change.
Piraeus 2014 – Continuing the Conversation Piraeus is a series of mini-seminars held specifically for alumni. Whether you graduated last year or 50 years ago, Piraeus is your chance to stimulate your mind in the company of other Johnnies and recapture the magic of seminar. The next session of Piraeus 2014, on selected poems of Robert Frost, will be in Annapolis, May 29–June 1, led by Eva Brann (H89) and Lise van Boxel. The same weekend in Annapolis, Tom May and David Townsend will lead seminars on Dante’s Vita Nuova & Inferno. The last session of Piraeus 2014 takes place in Santa Fe, August 3–8, with Plutarch’s Lives, led by Jim Carey (A67) and Marsaura Shukla (A93). Registration is now open for the upcoming sessions; if you have any questions, please contact the Alumni Office (see below).
SAVE THE DATE for next year's Homecoming: Annapolis, September 12–14, 2014 | Santa Fe September 19–21, 2014
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Alumni Offices Contact Information:
AnnapolisLeo Pickens (A78)director of Alumni Relations, 410-295-6926, email@example.com
Torii Campbellassistant director of Alumni Relations for Regional Programs, 410-972-4518, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dolores Strisselmanager of Alumni Activities, 410-626-2531, email@example.comAnna Perry (A11)coordinator of Young Alumni Programs, 410-295-5532, firstname.lastname@example.org
St. John's College Alumni Office, 60 College Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21401, 410-626-2531, email@example.com
Santa Fe Sarah Palaciosdirector of Alumni Relations, 505-984-6103, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Aamot (SF04)associate director of Alumni Relations, 505-984-6114, email@example.comBen Osbornstudent development and recent alumni coordinator, 505-984-6103, firstname.lastname@example.orgSt. John's College Alumni Office, 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca, Santa Fe, NM 87505-4599, 505-984-6103, email@example.com
Annapolis Campus | 60 College Avenue | Annapolis, MD 21401 | 410.263.2371
Santa Fe Campus | 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca | Santa Fe, NM | 87505-4599 | 505.984.6000