Student Support Resources
We are committed to the academic success of each student. Students will be supported through a variety of services, including one-on-one or group academic advising sessions, available for students regardless of whether they study online or in person.
An academic adviser can help to connect students with campus resources, navigate program requirements, and select and register for courses.
Academic advisers are available by email and live videoconferencing via Zoom. To schedule an advising appointment, please contact Summer at Hopkins at email@example.com. Current Johns Hopkins University undergraduate students should contact their assigned academic adviser regarding academic support.
Student Disability Services
Johns Hopkins University is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Student Disability Services works with students to ensure they have the accommodations they need to be successful.
Requesting Academic Accommodations
- To request academic accommodations in summer courses and programs, please complete the SDS Registration Form through the Accommodate database and upload documentation to the portal.
- After submitting your information to the portal, SDS staff will review it, and you will receive your accommodation letter before the start of your classes.
- Your course Instructor(s) will have access to your accommodation letter in the Accommodate faculty portal
- If you registered with SDS for accommodations during a previous summer term, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about renewing your accommodations for the current term.
To learn more, please visit the Student Disability Services website.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about accommodating students in your courses or using the Accommodate faculty portal.
Office of International Services
OIS staff works with international students to answer immigration and visa questions, address legal matters, and adjust to the area. Learn more at the OIS website.
The JHU library possesses more than 3.8 million books, a million e-books, newspapers, and hundreds of databases that students can access in person at Homewood or virtually. JHU Libraries love helping students find appropriate materials, research effectively, and use appropriate citation techniques. You can meet with them one-on-one or through their workshops and webinars. Learn more at the Sheridan Libraries website.
Program and Course Registration
The Summer at Hopkins registration team is available to help pre-college and visiting undergraduate students with questions regarding how to register, dates, and deadlines. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
JHU undergraduate students can register directly through the Student Information System. SIS is Johns Hopkins’ university-wide, web-based student information system. JHU undergraduate students may also contact the University Registrar’s Office at email@example.com with questions regarding their summer course.
Your billing and payment information is available through SIS. If you have questions about your account, you’ll find answers to commonly asked questions, plus contact information, on the Student Account Office website.
Student Information System (SIS)
Student Information System (SIS) is Johns Hopkins University’s web-based student information system. You can manage your contact information, billing, review enrollment, and grade information. Get more information on the SIS website.
The Learning Den offers a variety of academic support services for undergraduate Summer Term courses, including personalized and group tutoring as well as drop-in help rooms. Learn more on the Learning Den website.
Writing Center at Homewood
The Writing Center offers Summer Term undergraduate students free, individual conferences on their writing with experienced tutors. Get more information about services offered through the Writing Center website.