You’re on your way to an unforgettable summer of academic challenge and fulfilling community engagement. As you start your journey, you’ll want to be aware of some important steps, resources and information, noted below.

Coronavirus Update
The Johns Hopkins University continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic. At this time, most Summer Term undergraduate courses will be offered online in either asynchronous or synchronous learning models. More information will be provided on this site as it is available.

Enrollment Checklist

Now that you’ve been accepted, you’ll need to enroll in Summer at Hopkins and complete some important steps. Learn more about deadlines and required documents and forms.

Course Change and Refund Timelines

You may elect to drop, add, or change your summer registration from a previous course or program registration by enacting a request with the appropriate administrative office. If you choose to withdrawal from your course or program, the timing will impact your refund allocation.


To ensure a successful summer, you’ll need to attend our online orientation, which will get you acquainted with our policies and procedures and tell you what to expect as well as how to prepare.

Policies and Procedures

While you’re with us you’ll need to abide by Summer at Hopkins rules and regulations, as well as the university’s undergraduate policies.

Student Resources

You’ll have access to a variety of resources, from technical help with software systems and learning platforms, to academic adviser services, and more.

Transcripts and Grades

After completing Summer at Hopkins, you’ll be able to order your official academic transcript and see the official grading assessment used at Johns Hopkins University.

Program and Course Access

Programs and courses will be made available on Blackboard on Sunday before the course begins. All Pre-College programs and the majority of the Summer Term undergraduate courses will be delivered on Blackboard.

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