Gilman Hall was the very embodiment of the American research university when it opened on the Homewood campus in 1915, and in the years since, an extraordinary academic community has flourished here.

Today, 95 years later, a newly renovated and re-imagined Gilman Hall is once again the heart of The Johns Hopkins University and a national model for humanities scholarship.

As we celebrate the reopening of Gilman Hall, we invite you to learn more about the historic renovation, the school's longstanding tradition in the humanities, and the community that has come home to Gilman.