College Sophomore 2013-12-04T08:54:55Z
The local area offers a decent amount of attractions, and it's nice being within traveling distance of Washington, D.C and Baltimore.
College Junior 2013-05-22T23:18:55Z
Santa Fe is a beautiful place. If you love nature and beautiful views then living at St John's is amazing. Hiking in the mountains is a wonderful activity to unwind over the weekend. Other than that, it is a quiet place to think and enjoy reading books and doing homework. The plaza has a great cupcake place and Ice cream, lots of shopping and places to see. Everything closes at night though so no big partying happening in town, you'll see students in common areas though having a great time hanging out on a balcony or two.
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-07T13:06:36Z
St Johns – St johns is located in a small town, but has a lot to offer.there is a nice park, 5 minutes away from the college to relax and enjoy quiet time. there are numerous attractions, like the ravine state gardens.
Recent Alumnus 2011-12-14T04:51:44Z
Palatka Florida – SJR State has three campus locations. I wish I attended the Orange Park or St. Augustine campus because those are beautiful and great locations. However, I attend the Palatka campus which is the worst of the three. This location is in the middle of town. However, there are not many jobs to choose from. The "mall" has few stores and only JCpenny or CitiTrends is worth the go. The theatur is run down and full of dust. This town stinks from the papermill. Worst location for a college. The people in this town are rednecks or low class in general. The only "exciting" event is the blue crab festival.
Recent Alumnus 2010-06-06T23:13:40Z
Townies Vs. Johnnies Vs. Middies – The area is exquisitely beautiful, being the historical section of Annapolis. However, to be frank, it's a tourist town. "Townies" barely acknowledge that St. John's exists, as the school is greatly overshadowed by the Naval Academy right next door. The Naval Academy defines Annapolis. Few recognize the rigor and passion that drive the heartbeat of the school and often deem the students "weird" or "hippies." On the other hand, many alumni live in Annapolis and are always enthusiastic to converse with (and hire) current students.
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