If you're here, it means you are re-considering your college path. Johnston faculty, students, and staff have collectively worked for almost 50 years to create intentional education and community. While each Johnston student crafts a unique educational path, we work collaboratively to live and learn together.
(1) Attend the Johnston Transfer Workshop** series in the fall or spring semester.
For the dates and times, contact M. G. Maloney, the Assistant Director of Johnston, Bekins-Holt #102, to get on the email list.
**While attendance at these workshops does not guarantee admission in the Johnston program, they are highly recommended. The workshops offer you an opportunity to learn more about Johnston and to be thoughtful about whether Johnston is the right fit for you. If it is, great! If it isn't, feel free to reach out and discuss other options. Our goal is to help you on your educational journey.
(2) Review the Johnston Web pages for an overview of Johnston academics and living-learning.
(3) Identify a Johnston-friendly ASAP. To start, ask your current advisor if they advise Johnston students.
(4) Turn in your Sophomore Contract to Kerry Robles in the Johnston Office, Bekins Hall Room #112, in early October 2018
Please note: your contract's cover page must be signed by you and your advisor.
(5) Work with Kerry Robles to schedule a Sophomore Contract committee meeting.
(6) Attend Johnston Community Meetings, every Tuesday @ 4pm in Holt Lobby. These meetings are OPEN to ALL!
(7) Enroll in an innovative Johnston course!You don't have to be a Johnston student to take a JNST seminar; spread the word.
*Please note, students must have less than 48 units completed by the spring of 2017, in order to transfer into Johnston.
The 2017 internal transfer students with Johnston Center Intern, Nadia Kelem '17, after listening to Hockey: Mind Chaos (Capitol Records, 2009) by Johnston alumni Ben Grubin '05 and Jeremy Reynolds '05.