Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Mason Hall / 3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218 USA
Tel. +1 410 516 8171
Fax +1 410 516 6025
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3101 Wyman Park Dr.
Baltimore, MD 21211 USA
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Information for Counselors

We value the partnerships with high school counselors and the work that goes into preparing, advising, and counseling students through one of the most important decisions they will make.

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So what do we want you to know about Johns Hopkins University?

We also encourage you to spend some time exploring Hopkins Interactive, our student-run social media portal. Spending some (virtual) time with our current students will give you a clearer picture of our students—who they are and the amazing things they’re doing here.

First Year Applications

View our deadlines and requirements here. (See information specifically for transfer applicants here.) Or, click here for more in-depth information about our application process.

Throughout the application cycle, we’ll keep you informed about upcoming deadlines and requirements, both on this site and via email. We’ll also send updates about the status of your students’ applications, including missing documents. If you are sending application materials directly to us, you may send via email at (or, when appropriate, submitted by fax at (410) 516-6025.) Be sure to include the student’s name, high school, and Common Application or Universal Application ID number.

Reaching Us

Find the counselor who oversees your area, or contact the main office.

For general news from around the university, check out Hub—News from Johns Hopkins.

To help you get know what a “Hopkins student” is, spend some time with our current students at Hopkins Interactive.

Follow our admissions blog, Hopkins Insider, for a behind-the-scenes look at the application process and life on campus.

Questions? Contact Undergraduate Admissions.