If you're unable to attend Wednesday at Hopkins, join us for additional, limited programming from Sept. 18-22.
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At this event, you can expect to hear from our admissions leadership about recent institutional investments, exciting developments in our community, and how we identify the students who thrive here. You’ll also get to attend a special, “Day in a Life” tour with a student guide. 

Preparing for Your Visit

We look forward to seeing you on campus! Due to construction, we recommend arriving at least 15 minutes early.



A free Hopkins shuttle will depart 45 minutes before the start of your session from the Baltimore Convention Center to our Homewood campus.

By car

See our directions to Mason Hall. Please park in South Garage—parking will be validated for this event.

Tours are rain or shine, so make sure you check the weather forecast before your visit and dress appropriately. In the event of inclement weather (severe thunder and lightning), we may cancel tours for the safety of our guides and visitors. You will be notified via email if we need to cancel your tour for any reason.

If you need special accommodations, such as wheelchair access or other services, or if you have mobility concerns, email admissionsevents@jhu.edu at least two weeks in advance or be sure to make a note on your reservation form. You can also view our Homewood Campus Accessibility Map for important features including the locations of accessible building entrances and routes, and the slope of exterior pathways.

COVID-19 Safety Guidelines

If you are experiencing any symptoms, not feeling well, or have had a known COVID-19 exposure, or have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days, we ask that you please stay home and reschedule your visit.

See COVID-19 Safety Guidelines >

In addition to reading through the JHU Coronavirus Information website, please be sure to also stay up to date on the latest CDC and Baltimore City guidelines.