Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, is the center of a metropolitan area of 1.5 million people and home to over a dozen colleges and universities. People of many different backgrounds give the city a melting pot vitality that is reflected in the wide variety of restaurants, shops, and festivals.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY: HOMEWOOD CAMPUS
Hopkins is located in Charles Village, a largely residential neighborhood of traditional row houses and a village center with restaurants and shops. The 140-acre Homewood campus features dining, dorm, laboratory, class, and recreational buildings built in the Georgian architecture style. The student body is composed of approximately:
- 5,000 full-time undergraduate students
- 1,500 full-time graduate students
SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Safe, structured programs featuring immersion study in college credit courses.
Summer in Charm City
The perfect season to take advantage of Baltimore's Art and Culture, History, and Entertainment options!Learn More
Housing and Dining
Enjoy authentic on campus experience by sharing a dorm suite, and eating fresh and local at our on campus dining hall.Learn More
Traveling to Hopkins
Find out the best way to arrive and what you should expect to bring.Learn More
The official bookstore for Johns Hopkins University where you will find all your summer school needs.Learn More
Enjoy a summer Hopkins experience without living on campus!Learn More