Meet fellow movie buffs at the Johns Hopkins Film Society.
Answer the call of nature with the Johns Hopkins Outdoors Club.
Fix a meal for neighbors in need with Cooking 4 Love.
Network with future colleagues at the Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society.
To Make Meaningful Connections
Student organizations provide opportunities to develop leadership skills, build lifelong friendships, and to have just plain fun. With over 450+ student-led organizations to choose from and more than 5,000 undergraduate students, there’s always something to do and someone new to do it with.
Explore ways to get involved at our virtual clubs and organizations fair.
The Homewood campus will be your home base, where you’ll pursue big ideas, find new passions, and make connections that will last a lifetime.
You’ll Be Welcome in Our Community from Day One
We offer a variety of housing options to fit the experience you’re looking for, and our residential life programs support a community where you can make lifelong friends, express yourself, and feel safe. Hopkins students live on campus their first and second years and in off-campus housing their third and fourth years.
Our residential life program is
Guided by 3 main principles:
Community & Global Citizenship
Whatever You Call Comfort Food—from Kosher to Korean BBQ—You’ll Find It Here
Campus dining experiences are crucial to the social and cultural soul of Hopkins. Gather with friends, listen to live jazz over Sterling Brunch, or refuel with classmates after a late-night study session.
Best college for food
This is Charm City
Baltimore’s rich history and culture inspires the many students, artists, and innovators who live, work, and study here. Surrounded by a wide diversity of people and neighborhoods, you’ll try new things, learn about other cultures, and meet people who expand your perspective.
During your time at Hopkins, you’ll discover countless ways to experience Baltimore, from sharing crab cakes with your neighbors to volunteering with one of our 50+ volunteer organizations and partnering with students from universities across town.