Your network of opportunities start at the Homewood campus and span the globe.
Located in Baltimore City, Homewood is where undergraduates at the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering live and study. It has a traditional college feel, with red-brick buildings and grassy quads, and it’s just minutes away from Baltimore’s vibrant art and food scenes. There’s a free shuttle to other campuses, giving you even more freedom to make connections and explore all the Hopkins network has to offer.
Explore Homewood With a Virtual Tour
If you aren’t able to visit Homewood in person, get to know our community through a virtual tour. You can see 360° views of different spots on campus and hear from current students about their experiences at Hopkins.
At Home at Hopkins
Hopkins Student Center
Our new student center is coming in 2024. It’ll include a food market with multiple vendors, plenty of open seating, a studio theatre, sound-treated rooms for music practice, rehearsal rooms with sprung floors, the Digital Media Center, a gaming lounge, and the Student Engagement Hub.Read More
One of the oldest buildings on the Homewood campus, Gilman Hall is home to the humanities. It also houses our own archeological museum and a storied clock tower that’s an iconic part of campus.
Levering Hall is a popular spot for lunch dates, coffee breaks, or study sessions by the fireplace. Students also have movie nights, DIY crafting classes, and other events in this space.Read More
Right near the main entrance of campus, you’ll find “The Beach.” While there might not be any sand here, it is a favorite spot for hanging out on a warm, sunny day. This is also where we gather for celebrations throughout the year.
Brody Learning Commons (BLC)
BLC is the go-to building for collaboration. With group study rooms, interactive projectors, and video teleconferencing capabilities, you have the space and technology for quality work and collaborative thinking.Read More
Shriver Hall is where student-run speaker series, performances, and symposiums take place almost daily. It’s also home to the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra and student a capella and dance groups.
Housing & Dining Programs
Whether you’re spending time with floormates in a common area or sitting down to a meal with friends, residential life is a centerpiece of the college experience, and where lasting friendships and memories are made.
As an undergrad, you can take select graduate-level courses and participate in research opportunities at the Hopkins School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and Bloomberg School of Public Health.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR EAST BALTIMORE CAMPUS
If you’re interested in specializing in business, you can take certain graduate-level classes as an undergrad to help ignite your passion and explore possibilities in this field and beyond.Learn More About The Carey Business School
You may be eligible to take some graduate-level courses and participate in research at our top-ranked School of Education. This is an opportunity to work alongside leaders in the field to make a difference in the lives of children and adult learners.learn more about the school of education
The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University offers a variety of opportunities for undergrads, including the popular Double Degree Program and music lessons available to the public or by audition.learn more about the peabody institute
Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)
Hopkins undergrads can participate in research projects addressing future national priorities at the Applied Physics Lab in nearby Laurel, Maryland. APL provides critical contributions to systems engineering and integration, technology research and development, and analysis challenges.
SCHOOL OF ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (SAIS) CAMPUSES
The SAIS main campus is located in Washington, DC—the perfect complement for international studies. As a student, you’ll have access to invaluable resources just blocks from the school like multilateral organizations that work together for a common goal, global corporations, federal agencies, nongovernmental organizations like nonprofits, and think tanks.Learn More About the SAIS main campus
You can find the SAIS Europe campus in Bologna, Italy, home to a unique combination of tradition and innovation. A city steeped in arts and culture, Bologna consistently ranks in the top ten European cities for quality of life. It’s the perfect place to experience authentic Italian living.Learn More about the SAIS europe campus
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center
Located in the heart of Nanjing, The Hopkins-Nanjing Center is an urban epicenter, with 8 million people. Living in this vibrant, culturally-significant city offers an authentic Chinese experience for students seeking to advance their foreign language skills and to better understand Sino-Global relations.Learn More About The Hopkins-Nanjing Center