Curious about what’s new with Johns Hopkins University’s Summer at Hopkins? The Blue Jay Bulletin is the best way to stay up-to-date on program and course news and get helpful tips for a successful summer experience. Read on to learn the latest…

Ready to Apply? Follow These Easy Steps

Once you have decided to enrich your summer, take the next steps to ensure your summer is a success. To help you navigate the process, we have outlined four important steps, with tips and reminders from the Summer at Hopkins admissions team.

Program and Course News

New in 2024: 3 On-Campus Pre-College Programs

Be sure to explore Summer at Hopkins’ new on-campus 2024 Pre-College Programs: Foundational Mathematics of Artificial Intelligence; Introduction to Experimental Design in Biology; and Social Inequality and the Public’s Health.

Two New Undergraduate Courses to Consider

Looking for undergraduate courses to dig into this summer? Consider two new options: Mathematics for Sustainability and Positive Psychology. Or choose from more than 80 other undergraduate courses on offer in 2024.

Pursue Your Passion for Medicine and Health

Get a taste of life as a medical school student; explore anatomy, physiology and disease; or get an introduction to surgery or laboratory research through our Foundations of Medicine and Health programs and courses.

Learn More About Summer at Hopkins

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Summer at Hopkins Blogs

Summer 2023 Recap

More than 1,800 pre-college and undergraduate students from around the world headed to JHU’s Homewood campus or logged in online over ten weeks of summer programming in 2023. Read more >>

Got Questions About Summer at Hopkins?

Will you earn college credit? Can you study more than one subject at a time? Is Summer at Hopkins out of reach if you are across the world? We have answers. Read more >>

Are College Summer Classes Right for You?

Considering your summer plans? Learn the benefits of summer courses and get more information on how to enroll as a visiting undergraduate or international student. Read more >>

Summer Term: Commuting vs. Living on Campus

Taking undergraduate courses this summer? Consider the pros and cons of living on campus in the residence halls or commuting in order to save money. Read more >>

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