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Baltimore and Beyond

Featured Student Blog:
A Saturday at the Harbor

The hub for Hopkins undergraduate student life, Homewood campus is located within the dynamic “Charm City,” also known as Baltimore, Maryland. Our students enjoy the best of both worlds: all the amenities of a major urban center—theaters, museums, music, professional sports, amazing restaurants, and public transportation—plus the community, comfort, and easy access of a close-knit campus.

Explore Baltimore through the student-produced “Learn More, See More, B’More” video series.

Where in the world is Baltimore, Maryland? Located in the bustling mid-Atlantic region of the country, Baltimore is a seaport town that’s known for its scenic Inner Harbor and distinct neighborhoods.

Featured Student Blog:
Baltimore in a Banner

Baltimore is more than just our hometown, it’s where our students grow and build their lives. The city is an extension of campus, offering internship, service, and career opportunities that allow students to put their skills to practical use right in their own backyard.

Campus community

The Homewood campus is located within Charles Village, where students shop, eat at local restaurants, visit the Johns Hopkins Barnes & Noble bookstore, and live in the several residence halls and university-owned apartment buildings. The Baltimore Museum of Art is located at the south end of the Homewood campus and Hampden, one of Baltimore’s most unique and charming neighborhoods, is easily accessible from campus.

Explore Baltimore

Baltimore Office of Promotion
Baltimore Collegetown Network
Baltimore Sun
Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore Magazine
Baltimore Orioles
Baltimore Ravens
The Arts
American Visionary Art Museum
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Baltimore Opera
Center Stage
Walters Art Museum
JHU students camping.

Beyond Baltimore

Doing good, here and there:
Hopkins students are actively engaged within their own community as well as communities in need across the globe.

Another benefit to Johns Hopkins’ location? It’s easy to get where you need to go, whether you’re heading to an internship, getting away for the weekend, or just exploring the nearby areas. Our campus is in easy reach of Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and New York City, with a train station about two miles from campus and several airports within a short distance.