The Milton S. Eisenhower Library is the university’s principal research library and the largest in a network of libraries at Johns Hopkins. The library is named for the university’s eighth president, whose vision brought together the university’s rich collection of books, journals, and other scholarly resources.
Strengths in the humanities include German and Romance Languages, Philosophy, and the Ancient Near East. In science and engineering, collection strengths include biomedical engineering, chemistry and environmental engineering. The library also offers an extensive array of electronic resources, including full-text books and journals, specialized databases, and statistical and cartographic data.
The Brody Learning Commons connects to the Eisenhower Library and includes a large quiet reading room, 16 group study rooms, teaching and seminar rooms, and a café. The Commons is also home to the Department of Special Collections and the Department of Conservation and Preservation.
- Special Collections Reading Room open until 5pm
- Brody Café open until 12am
The Hutzler Reading Room (fondly known as “The HUT”) is located in Gilman Hall, one of the earliest academic building on Homewood campus. The iconic reading room features a high ceiling and 19 beautiful stained-glass windows bearing the marks of Renaissance printers.
Tutors review course-specific material and encourage students to ask questions and exchange information. Students should come to tutoring sessions prepared with questions and specific topics that they would like to review. Students can expect to work with other students in the group while the tutor helps to guide them to understanding. Tutoring is not a substitute for class attendance nor is it a place to just do homework. If you need help in a subject, request support early and often. See Learning Den, for more information regarding tutoring schedules.
Health, wellness, fitness, intramurals, sports clubs, outdoor activities, community — these are just a few of the experiences offered through the Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center and our state-of-the-art facilities. Our professional staff is here to help you engage in ways that speak to your needs — ranging from yoga classes to help build inner strength and reduce stress to exciting outdoor trips and courses that encourage and develop leadership, teamwork, environmental stewardship, character development, and transferable life skills.
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, a licensed dietitian, registered nurses, medical assistants, and a women’s health nurse practitioner.
The college experience includes challenge, opportunity, stress, and growth. The Counseling Center is here to provide support for any mental health needs. The center is a comprehensive counseling center accredited by the International Association for Counseling Services. Our purpose is to provide high quality professional psychological services to students in support of the university’s academic mission.
As the central billing service for tuition, fees and other campus-related student charges, we aim to provide exceptional service to help students, and their families manage their financial obligations to the university. For questions regarding billing and payment, please contact the JHU Student Account’s office.