The 36-acre Annapolis campus is in the heart of the historic capital of Maryland overlooking College Creek and close to the Chesapeake Bay. Annapolis is within 30 miles of Washington, DC, and Baltimore. When students need a break from the rigors of class or when they want to continue the conversation in a different setting, Annapolis has numerous options to enjoy within a short walking distance—a harbor with luxury yachts and racing sailboats, coffee shops and art galleries, and historic Colonial architecture. Learn why St. John’s College in Annapolis is a top liberal arts college.
Annapolis Campus Information
Driving Directions to Campus
Driving Directions to Campus Locations
Follow Rowe Boulevard to the end, where you will be facing the Maryland State House. Turn left on College Avenue, and continue to the light at the intersection of College Avenue and King George Street. Turn left onto King George Street. Turn left into the first entrance (flanked by a brick wall), into the Chase Stone parking lot, or into the second entrance into Visitor’s Parking. The Admissions Office is in the Carroll Barrister House. Park anywhere you can find a space, and the Admissions Office will issue you a parking permit.
Once on Rowe Boulevard, continue to the intersection of Rowe and Calvert Street. Turn left onto Calvert. At intersection with St. John’s Street, turn left and then right to park in the Mellon Hall lot, or turn right to park in the Campbell lot. For weekend events, turn left into the state-operated parking garage, which is free of charge on weekends and weekdays after 6 p.m.
Mitchell Art Museum
Once on Rowe Boulevard, continue to the intersection of Rowe and Calvert Street. Turn left onto Calvert. At intersection with St. John’s Street, turn right and take first left into the Campbell lot for weekend parking closest to the Mitchell Art Museum. On weekdays, street parking may be available along St. John’s Street, College Avenue, and King George Street. On weekends, parking is also available in the state-operated parking garage, which is free of charge on weekends and weekdays after 6 p.m.