Did you attend or plan to attend an overnight program at Hopkins? If you’re not familiar with the overnight programs, they are comprehensive programs where prospective and admitted students can experience Johns Hopkins college life first-hand by eating in the dining halls, sleeping in the dormitories, participating in on-campus programming, attending a lecture, and much more. Learn more about our fall programs here:
As you can probably tell, planning and running these programs is a lot of work. That’s where Hopkins Hosting Society comes in. Hopkins Hosting Society is comprised of a group of undergraduate volunteers who host prospective and admitted students during an evening on the Homewood Campus.
The Overnight Program is instrumental in this effort: though most students are familiar with the academic rigor to be found at Hopkins, many are unaware of the abundant student life opportunities at Homewood. Whereas the Open House Program strives to present an academic portrayal of the university, the Overnight Program is wholly social—highlighting student involvement in a fun, safe, and engaging manner. As a university, we will host nearly 1,000 accepted students in the spring (and more in the fall), providing first-hand experience with the Hopkins campus and way of life.
Hopkins Hosting Society is a great opportunity to get involved and show all that Hopkins has to offer. Furthermore, members of Hopkins Hosting Society will receive numerous benefits, including a free t-shirt, free food, and various other giveaways. You can apply to host with a simple application at http://hhs.jhu.edu.