Visiting Hopkins this Summer

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Summer is a great time to explore your college options.

This summer, prospective Hopkins students can meet us on campus or on the road to learn more about what it’s like to be a student here. We’re excited to tell you more about the academic freedom our students enjoy, our energetic campus community, and the entrepreneurial spirit embraced by our undergrads. We’ll also talk about the college application process, including what we look for in an application.

(You can hear about those things from current students here: hopkins-interactive.com)

Here are some ways to get to know us better this summer:

On-Campus Programs

Hopkins Previews: July 11, 18, and 25

The Hopkins Preview summer program is a great chance to hear from current students, ask questions, and get a feel for campus life. Visits include an information session, current student panel, and a campus tour. Space is limited, so RSVP today at apply.jhu.edu/visit—just find the calendar and click on one of the dates noted above.

Daily Information Sessions and Campus Tours

We’ll also continue to offer information sessions and tours on most weekdays and selected Saturdays throughout the summer. See apply.jhu.edu/visit to plan your visit.

Off-Campus Programs

Explore Hopkins: Summer 2015

We’ll be traveling around the country this summer to host Explore Hopkins presentations, where we’ll share details about what it’s like to be a Hopkins student and discuss the best way to prepare for your college applications.

Click here to see the full list of event locations and dates and to RSVP.

StudentLife_HomewoodWe hope you’ll take advantage of all the ways to get a closer look at Hopkins this summer, whether here on the Homewood campus or in one of our summer program destinations (or both!).

In the meantime, learn more about Johns Hopkins right now by exploring our website, apply.jhu.edu, and following us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also hear directly from current students at hopkins-interactive.com, where you’ll find student blogs, photos, videos, and more.