|Setting:||Large City Setting|
|Size:||Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)|
|On-Campus Housing Available:||Yes|
Since its founding in 1876, Johns Hopkins University (JHU) has remained true to its mission, “Knowledge for the World”. JHU is a world leading research and teaching university that believes education should be grounded in exploration and discovery. Critical Thinking, problem solving, creativity and more are encouraged at Johns Hopkins.
The University has several campuses in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area, and a few international campuses as well. The Homewood campus is the main campus, and is located in northern Baltimore. JHU offers undergraduate and graduate programs across its various schools, including the schools of Education, Business, Medicine, Nursing, Engineering, and more. There are dozens of majors to choose from.
The university also offers some distance learning opportunities, both online and also off campus. In addition, the school offers part-time and summer programs to offer more flexibility for students.
There are plenty of residency options available to students, with several buildings to choose from offering suites and apartments. Tuition at Johns Hopkins University varies by program, and non-residents pay the same price as residents. Financial aid is available to qualified students in the form of grants, scholarships, loans, and more.
Johns Hopkins University
3400 N Charles St, Mason Hall
Baltimore, MD 21218
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Excellent walkability. You do not need a car for this area.
Some transit. This area has limited public transportation.
Seasonal average temperatures for Baltimore, MD
|Full-Time Undergrad Students||6,895|
|Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)||25,372|
- Latino: 9%
- African American: 6%
- Caucasian: 55%
- Asian: 20%
- Unknown and Other: 10%
|Unknown and Other||10%|
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