The Johns Hopkins network extends throughout Baltimore, offering resources to many types of students. Undergraduates on the Homewood campus enjoy access to this larger network of schools, labs, centers, and other resources as part of a medium-sized university.
Though Johns Hopkins has schools and centers throughout Baltimore, in D.C., and around the world, our main undergraduate campus is nestled amongst residential areas and neighborhoods known best for antique shopping, coffee shops, and dining.
Named for its first benefactor, entrepreneur and philanthropist Johns Hopkins, the university includes the schools of Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Advanced International Studies, Education, and Business, in addition to an undergraduate program.
billion in research funding and grants.
Hopkins offers 22 varsity sports (lacrosse is Division I, all others are Division III), intramurals, and sports clubs. Our mascot is the Blue Jay. Students cheer on their classmates in “the Nest,” the student cheering section of our stadium.
U.S. News & World Report: #10 Best National Universities, #11 Best Global Universities, #2 Best Public Health Program, #2 Best Biomedical Engineering Program, #5 (tie) in High School Counselor Rankings
USA Today: #3 Best Colleges for Writers
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The academic environment here welcomes students who are eager to pursue their passions and answer questions that haven’t even been asked yet. Our students are innovative and creative thinkers. They collaborate with peers and mentors who are experts in their fields to investigate topics that matter to them. Johns Hopkins students find the freedom to explore their interests in a culture that encourages hands-on learning, with access to world-class resources.
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