Hopkins Senior Preview
Current high school seniors are invited to experience a “day in the life” of a Hopkins student! This two-day virtual experience features information sessions, student panels, Join a Jay chats with current students, and mock classes across academic disciplines
Sunday, October 4
Join us at Hopkins DecidED to learn more about applying ED and if it’s the right application path for you! We will offer a variety of virtual sessions throughout the day, including what we look for in an application, a supplemental essay workshop, financial aid, and the unique benefits of applying Early Decision.
Registration will open soon—but take a look at the schedule now!Details & Registration
Virtual Information Sessions
Learning more about Hopkins now will help you get a sense of our community and build your strongest application as you prepare to apply.
Join us for an information session hosted by a member of our admissions committee and a current student that will provide an overview of everything you need to know about Hopkins, from academics to student life to the admissions process. Alternatively, join our students as they “walk” you through campus on our guided virtual tour, and share all their favorite Hopkins experiences with you!
Financial Aid 101
Grants vs. scholarships, no-loan, and demonstrated need? We explain financial aid lingo and break down the process—like how aid eligibility is determined, types of aid available, and strategies for covering college expenses. Learn about our commitment to affordability and get your questions answered.
Hopkins Firsthand Series
A series of online events tailored for students who are the first in their families to attend college, we will break down every aspect of the college search, from applying for admission and financial aid to identifying a school that is the best match for you.
If you are enrolled in a two- or four-year institution, a transfer student information session may be right for you. Visit our transfer student website for more details and upcoming events.
On- and near-campus living options, a bustling neighborhood, nearby food options, and the city’s cultural center just miles away. Students thrive in Baltimore, a mid-sized city that offers career opportunities and cultural experiences that strengthen and expand their academic curiosities. Take a virtual stroll through nearby Charles Village and Hampden neighborhoods.