Campus Partners for Academic Support
The center offers students the opportunity to connect and become more involved with organizations in our Baltimore community.
Through coaching, mentoring, academic support, leadership development, and community-building, the center’s programs provide resources that maximize students’ potential and ability to thrive at JHU and beyond.
For a comprehensive list of JHU Resources, please visit the “Resource Finder” HSA page.
The Registrar is the university’s academic record-keeper and publishes the online academic catalog. The office coordinates course registration, grading, veteran’s educational benefits, and student health insurance, and provides transcripts and enrollment verifications.
The Office of Academic Advising guides students through academic challenges and choices, supports faculty advisors for upperclassmen, and oversees the academic progress of all Krieger School students.
Through life design educators that are embedded within academic departments and centers at Homewood, the Life Design Lab supports and serves all Krieger and Whiting undergraduates and masters students. Life design educators facilitate access to life design programs and courses, experiential learning, and connections with alumni and employers.
Through academic advising, professional school application advising, and career counseling, the Office of Pre-Professional Programs and Advising serves Krieger and Whiting undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni pursuing professional education in medicine, other health professions, and law.
The Global Education Office promotes, supports, and develops international programs that foster creativity, discovery and excellence in undergraduate education. Advisors are available to help students assess which programs meet their academic and personal interests.
The Office of Student Disability Services serves full-time graduate and undergraduate students in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering as well as visiting college and high-school students in JHU summer programs.
Student Disability Services collaborates with campus partners to create an inclusive community for students with disabilities. Its goal is to proactively remove physical, technical, cultural, and programmatic barriers that limit opportunities for students with disabilities at the Bloomberg School
The mission of the Engineering Advising Office within WSE Undergraduate Academic Affairs is to support the WSE mission to prepare undergraduates to be 21st century leaders by providing an outstanding engineering education and enabling undergraduates to participate fully in the research and translational activities of the school.
Campus Partners for Well-being
The center supports holistic wellbeing for individuals, relationships, groups, and the JHU community at-large through programs, services, educational campaigns, leadership and engagement opportunities.
The Counseling Center provides a safe, confidential, non-judgmental space where students can feel free to explore a wide variety of concerns and issues. Services include: drop-in hours, workshops, group therapy, brief individual therapy, couples counseling, psychiatric evaluations and medication management, substance use assessments, eating assessments, and 24/7 crisis intervention services.
LGBTQ Life provides support, education, and advocacy around sexual orientation, gender identity, and the intersections of those identities with other identities. We serve LGBTQA and allied students, staff, and faculty across Johns Hopkins University in collaboration with many campus partners.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs is committed to enhancing the educational experience of students from underrepresented populations and strives to create an environment that reflects the multicultural nature of all JHU students.
Religious & Spiritual Life seeks to enhance the spiritual and ethical educational experience of the whole person mind, body, and soul by promoting and supporting spiritual development, theological reflections, religious tolerance and social awareness among students, faculty, and staff within our Johns Hopkins community.
The Student Health and Wellness Center provides high quality, confidential health care to eligible students of the Homewood and Peabody campus communities. Our health care staff consists of board-certified physicians, nationally certified nurse practitioners, registered nurses, and medical assistants.
As part of JHU’s effort to promote awareness of and holistic support for student wellness and resilience in the context of stressful situations and life events, this website serves as a centralized place to explore the robust variety of health and wellness resources available to Johns Hopkins students.
Women and Gender Resources promotes the academic, personal, and professional achievements of women students, supports and advises all students on matters related to gender equity, and serves as a central hub for on-campus information and events related to women, gender, and inclusion.