SUMMER PROGRAMS AT MONTGOMERY COUNTY CAMPUS
Experience Hopkins this Summer at the Montgomery County Campus in Rockville, MD.
The Johns Hopkins Summer University Programs offers qualified high school students and visiting undergraduates the opportunity to take freshman- and sophomore-level credit classes. Students can take undergraduate classes taught by instructors from one of America's top-ranked universities and earn college credit, all while enjoying the convenience of the Montgomery County Campus in Rockville, MD.
Students can select courses in a full term lasting five weeks or mini-terms lasting two-weeks each. To see the courses being offered at the Montgomery County Campus, visit our course listings pages:
Pre-College Course Listings
Undergraduate Course Listings
Tuition & Fees
2017 Tution for all courses is $875 per credit. Tuition listed for laboratory courses includes laboratory fees. Costs for books and supplies are not included in the price of tuition.
I'm an Undergraduate Student
Summer Programs welcomes current Hopkins students or visiting students to take classes at the Montgomery County Campus.
- For Hopkins students: Registration on ISIS date TBA.
- For visiting students: Requirements include an official college transcript and an online application. To apply please visit our application site.
I'm a High School Student
Admission for high school students is highly selective and early application is recommended, as courses fill quickly. Applications are reviewed on a rolling, space-available basis when all materials are received. For a list of requirements and to apply online, please visit our application site.
Montgomery County Campus
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. 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.
Students have the convenience of commuting to the Montgomery County Campus and can enjoy access to the following amenities on campus:
- Library Services
- Computer Services
- Campus Cafe and Surrounding Restaurants
- Parking and Shuttle Services
The Montgomery County Campus is easily accessible by both car and public transportation. Take advantage of the free shuttle service offered by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) which loops from MCC to the Shady Grove Metro Station. Students and visitors who wish to drive can find ample parking spaces free of charge.