St. John’s College has robust intramural and intercollegiate athletic programs. The highly-organized and much-beloved intramural program, for both men and women, is a mainstay of the college’s extracurricular life. Regardless of skill level, students are able to discover (or re-discover) the joy of amateur athletics in a welcoming setting, such as soccer, basketball, ultimate Frisbee, flag football and more. In Santa Fe, there is something to fit all lifestyles, from yoga to rock climbing, disc golf to Irish dance. In Annapolis, St. John’s College competes in a variety of intercollegiate athletics, from sailing and crew regattas to fencing, to the annual croquet match against the . Naval Academy.
Life After College What makes for a successful college graduate? According to most conventional measures, St. John’s alumni excel in their careers, from law to medicine, from academia to Wall Street, from politics to the military, from information technology to fashion design, from manufacture to farming, from nuclear physics to film making. Having all followed the same curriculum at the college, they fan out after graduation into virtually all fields, attending top graduate and professional schools, racking up achievements, pursuing their goals. 70% go to graduate school. St. John’s is in the top two percent of all colleges and universities in the nation for percent of alumni who go on to earn PhDs; in the top one percent for degrees in the humanities and the top four percent for those in science and engineering. Since 1990, St. John’s has graduated 13 Fulbright Scholars, 6 Rhodes Scholars, 6 Goldwater Scholars, and 5 Truman Scholars.
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