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The Homewood campus serves as the main undergraduate campus of Johns Hopkins University and home to the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering. Bustling with energy due to its diverse student population of 5,000 full time undergraduates, there is always something to do whether it’s studying in the new Brody Learning Complex, dining at the Fresh Foods Café, or relaxing at the President’s Garden. It is situated in the north Baltimore neighborhood of Charles Village, providing the atmosphere of a serene college town lined with green grass, trees, and beautiful brick residence halls and buildings, all in the heart of a major city. In minutes, the action of Baltimore can be accessed by bus, light rail or car. Students can take advantage of the Hopkins free shuttle service that loops between the Homewood and East Baltimore campus, with other stops throughout the city.
East Baltimore Campus
Home to the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, The School of Nursing, and the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the East Baltimore campus is collectively known as “Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions” (JHMI) Campus and commonly referred to as the “Medical Campus.”
The campus spans several city blocks spreading outwards from the world renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital and its trademark dome. With more than a century of leading in biological research, medical education, and clinical medicine, the East Baltimore campus continues to grow and expand as a frontrunner in graduate studies and research. The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been consistently ranked #1 in the nation and all three schools have been ranked among the top programs in the country. For future doctors and health practitioners, it is a must to visit this historic campus that remains a leading innovator of medicine.
Located in the heart of one of the nation’s leading biotechnology clusters, the Montgomery County Campus (MCC) welcomes more than 4,000 students of all ages. Since its opening, the campus has become a major educational resource for Montgomery County and the surrounding Washington, DC, area. It is home to four Johns Hopkins University Schools including the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and Whiting School of Engineering. A community of education, business, and government organizations intersecting in collaborative thinking, the campus provides a state-of-the-art teaching wet lab, smart classrooms and computer labs, extensive library, lab spaces, support services, and cafes. MCC is a destination location for education, entrepreneurship and community relations.
Located in the heart of Washington DC, the Johns Hopkins University Bernstein-Offit Building at 1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW offers a dynamic learning environment that is conveniently located near everything that Washington has to offer. We are located just two blocks south of Dupont Circle and we are on the Red Line Metro.