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St. John’s College

Live + Meet + Stay + Dine = The World Around Our Table

Meet me at the Clock Tower

The clocktower acts a meeting place for residents on their various journeys.

Waterscapes: Johannean Journeys

"Waterscapes: Johannean Journeys"... SJC's art installation featuring over 1,000 paper boats!

Applying to SJC!

We accept applications for membership on an ongoing basis.

The World Around Our Table

Our Dining Hall has nearly 100 flags representing the countries of our residents who made SJC their "home away from home."
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St. John's College celebrates 20 years!

Who We Are

St. John’s College is a residential college for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and visiting scholars from around the world who study and teach at the University of British Columbia. We seek to inspire a global vision and foster a spirit of community among our residents and alumni through multicultural education, intercultural understanding, and international exchange. We cultivate lasting friendships across diverse backgrounds by dining together and creating a home away from home. We bring you the world around our table We aspire to create an atmosphere of social and intellectual engagement through dialogues, lectures, workshops, and other activities. We are committed to enriching the intellectual and cultural life of the University, as well as welcoming and engaging with off-campus communities. We strive to embody the traditions of academic excellence and public service inherited from our founders, the alumni of St. John’s University Shanghai. Our mission statement has been translated into 11 languages by our international residents and we are working on adding further translations!

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St. John's College
2111 Lower Mall,
Vancouver, British Columbia, V6T 1Z4, Canada
Tel: 604.822.8788
Fax: 604.822.8885

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