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Humanities Overnight Program

March 4-5, 2019

Join us for the Humanities Overnight Program, a two-day event tailored specifically for high school juniors with a demonstrated interest in the humanities. During the event, students will have the opportunity to sit in on classes, have individual time to meet with current professors and experts in their fields, get a behind-the-scenes tour of humanities facilities, and attend a college essay writing workshop led by our Admissions Office and faculty from one of our humanities departments.

Participants will stay overnight in on-campus housing. Meals, lodging, and transportation to and from campus will be paid for by the university.

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Space for this program is limited and students are not confirmed for the event until hearing from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.

How do I apply?

Students interested in the program should ask a teacher, counselor, or mentor to fill out the nomination form on their behalf by emailing HumanitiesAdmissions@jhu.edu. This form should be submitted only by a teacher, counselor, or other nominator. Applicants to the Humanities Overnight Program cannot be considered without a nomination. Nominations are due by December 3.

When do I apply?

The Humanities Overnight Program application for students opens December 5. If you are nominated, you will receive an invite from our office with the application. Applicants will find out their status in the program in late January.

How do you define humanities?

At Hopkins, some of our humanities majors and minors include: archaeology, classics, English, German and romance languages and literatures, history, history of art, history of science and technology, Near Eastern studies, philosophy, and Writing Seminars.

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